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    10 of the Biggest Lies in History. ::: According to myth, a young George Washington confessed to cutting down a cherry tree by proclaiming, "I cannot tell a lie." The story is testament to how much respect Americans have for their cherished first president and honesty in general. Unfortunately, in the annals of history it seems there are 10 dishonest scoundrels for every honorable hero like Washington. Supposedly, the truth can set you free. But for many, deceit holds the key to money, fame, rev

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    10 Tech Tools for US History Teachers. My mind is going crazy with ideas!!!

    Revolutionary War Timeline – Events of The American Revolution. My biggest complaint is it neglects the critical Battle of Saratoga, which is the reason the French signed the alliance in the first place...

    This would be a good way to organize Social Studies research for projects!

    Prohibition was definitely not one of those shining points in American history. In fact, attempts to regulate alcohol consumption go way back to the early days in US (even during the Colonial period). This infographic spells out a history of attempts (and failures) of alcohol legistlation, protests, repeals and so on... (read more...)

    Come travel the world and learn about these varied landmarks. From the mysterious Stonehenge to the beauty of the Taj Mahal, your students will learn the rich history behind some of the world's famous monuments. This 19 page package includes worksheets for 5 student webquests . An Answer key is provided. The Mysterious Stonehenge-includes a "just for fun"quiz. The Great Wall of China-includes a virtual walk on the wall. There are more interactive links provided.

    Teach your students the history behind the holiday! Halloween is a holiday shaped by history and culture. This lesson provides you a teaching moment on what might otherwise be a bit of a hectic day in your classroom. Students will learn about the historical background of the holiday, how it has been shaped by American culture, and some fun trivia facts about the holiday today.

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    Free lesson plan for high school teachers that meets national U.S. History and Civics standards.

    So neat! Could be a great resource for a history teacher!

    WebQuest: U.S.A. Landmarks. Come travel the United States of America and learn about these important landmarks. From the majestic Mount Rushmore to the Alamo, your students will learn the rich history behind some of the USA's famous monuments. This 20 page package includes worksheets for 5 student webquests . An Answer key is provided. This Collection includes the following : The Majestic Mt. Rushmore The Gateway Arch of St. Louis The Washington Monument Independence Hall The Alamo

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