Great US History Interactive Notebook Ideas -- ohmohamed [licensed for non-commercial use only] /

Great US History Interactive Notebook Ideas -- ohmohamed [licensed for non-commercial use only] /

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Simple worksheet on the background of the Missouri Compromise with a map of Free and Slave states students must color before answering questions.

Simple worksheet on the background of the Missouri Compromise with a map of Free and Slave states students must color before answering questions.

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C3W8: A short video giving the highlights of the Missouri Compromise. #week8 #history

C3W8: A short video giving the highlights of the Missouri Compromise. #week8 #history

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Using a T-Chart storyboard, students will compare and contrast the viewpoints from both the proponents of the Missouri Compromise as well as the opponents.

Using a T-Chart storyboard, students will compare and contrast the viewpoints from both the proponents of the Missouri Compromise as well as the opponents.

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Henry Clay and the Missouri Compromise of 1820 - Free US History I Video

Henry Clay and the Missouri Compromise of 1820 - Free US History I Video

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Statehood: The Missouri Compromise of 1820Statehood: The Missouri Compromise of 1820 is a Social Studies lesson I created to help my 4th grade students understand the issues surrounding how Missouri became a state in 1821. Since I teach in Missouri, the primary focus of this lesson is how the Missouri Compromise of 1820 led to statehood for the Show-Me State.

Statehood: The Missouri Compromise of 1820Statehood: The Missouri Compromise of 1820 is a Social Studies lesson I created to help my 4th grade students understand the issues surrounding how Missouri became a state in 1821. Since I teach in Missouri, the primary focus of this lesson is how the Missouri Compromise of 1820 led to statehood for the Show-Me State.

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Lesson 1: An Early Threat of Secession: The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Nullification Crisis | EDSITEment

Lesson 1: An Early Threat of Secession: The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the Nullification Crisis | EDSITEment

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