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This is an amazing two-page documentary film project on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights. Students are assigned one minority group in US history and they need to trace the journey of that group and the fight to achieve equality. Students can be so creative with this project. They trace Supreme Court cases, laws, discrimination endured, and must get as close to present-day current events as possible.
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Enhance your teaching with this comprehensive FREE United States Homefront during WWII Station Lesson! This lesson will get your students out of their seats, critically analyzing primary sources, and learning in an interactive way about the US Homefront during World War II. Get this lesson today!
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Enhance your teaching with this comprehensive FREE United States Homefront during WWII Station Lesson! Get your students out of their seats, critically analyzing primary sources, and learning in an interactive way. Get this lesson today!
Accelerate and engage your Sociology students’ with these online distance learning review games! This product contains 10 editable Socrative games that are sure to engage your students. Perfect for distance learning!
Accelerate and engage your government students’ with this Crticisms of Congress Lesson! This criticism of Congress is sure to engage them in the content and make them critically analyze the Legislative Branch. https://notanotherhistoryteacher.com/product/criticismsofcongress/
I love this class set of dry erase sheets that make station work and helps to make primary documents safe during station work. I use these all the time in groups as instant white boards and so many more uses.
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How do you teach about the Executive branch? How do you remain impartial during turbulent times? #sschat #hsgovchat
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