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The Sedition Act of 1793 Primary Source Analysis takes students back to time when political enemies could be imprisoned for any criticism of their beliefs and policies. John Adams and Federalist lawmakers would use the threat of war and an armed revolt to silence the criticisms of the Democratic-Republicans. This primary source document guides students to key parts of the law, comparing them to the First Amendment. #HistoryLessonPlans #socialstudies
Frederick Douglass was an amazing orator and writer who dedicated his life to the abolition of slavery. Pair your copy of Andrew Woods's book with our text-dependent questions to teach Common Core standards RL 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8, L4, and W1 and 2 to 2nd and 3rd grade elementary students. Close reading fact sheet, vocabulary, informational and opinion paragraph activities included. Please see our preview at teacherspayteachers.com.
This product offers an excellent way to give your students practice in reading for information. You place the 12 fact cards around the room and your students hunt,read, write,and learn all about Reconstruction after the Civil War.The cards can also be used as a word wall. Included: 12 Fact Cards st...
This product offers an excellent way to give your students practice in reading for information. You place the 12 fact cards around the room and your students hunt,read,write,and learn all about the Navajo Code Talkers and their important role in WWII. The cards can also be used as a word wall.Inclu...
This collection of 3 WebQuests covers the Three Branches of the United States Government. The first Webquest gives your students background about the President and all of the people that serve in this area of government.The second Webquest explains about Congress and the inner workings.The third Web...
Bargain bundle of 15 Crash Course Government Worksheets. Includes episodes: • 1 Why Study Government • 2 The Bicameral Congress • 3 Separation of Powers / Checks & Balances • 4 Federalism • 5 Constitutional Compromises • 6 Congressional Elections • 7 Congressional Committees • 8 Congressional Leadership • 9 How a Bill Becomes a Law • 10 Congressional Decision-Making • 11 & 12 Presidential Power Parts 1 & • 13 Congressional Delegation • 14 How Presidents Govern • 15 The Bureaucracy
World War I Timeline takes your students to Europe from 1914 to 1919. Students analyze the timeline and complete a twenty question common core aligned worksheet. This assesses students on the history of the WWI as well as timeline analysis. An optional QR coded timeline is also included for more student engagement. #HistoryLessonPlans #Socialstudies #WorldHistoryLessonPlans