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Getting the vote

Getting the vote

A PowerPoint with activities that takes students from the Peterloo Massacre through to the Suffragettes.
jamiew4
The French Revolution

The French Revolution

A PowerPoint the French Revolution, from causes to events to consequences . Designed to take between 4 and 6 weeks
jamiew4
Revolutionary War Guided Notepacket

Revolutionary War Guided Notepacket

Bring the American Revolution right into your classroom. With over 65 pages, this engaging note packet will give your students every angle of the war including how it all began living in the original colonies, to the design of the American flag, and the surrender at Yorktown. It’s all contained in this package. Depending on your curriculum, you can customize the activities and worksheets or put it all together for an engaging unit describing the war that led to American’s independence. Content included in this packet includes: Colonial America – 13 colonies The first American flag “the Betsy Ross flag debate” Preparation for rebellion vocabulary The three geographic areas of the colonies American armies and the militia The continental army The royal army – British redcoats Preparations for war – population, manufacturing, & armies Weapons of the revolutionary war The history and evolution of the American flag Also, this educational artifact has the top ten most influential battles of the Revolutionary war. The battles that are covered include the following: Lexington & Concord Bunker Hill Battle of Quebec Battle of Charleston Battle of Trenton Battle of Saratoga Battle of Rhode Island Battle of Kings Mountain Battle of Cowpens Yorktown Also included are the Heroes of the war section. 16 war generals and significant militia that helped turn the ties of the war. Learn about the following Colonial & British Veterans! Paul Revere General William Howe Richard Montgomery Benedict Arnold Henry Clinton Benjamin Lincoln John Adams George Washington John Burgoyne Simon Fraser John Sullivan Patrick Ferguson Nathaniel Greene Charles Cornwallis Daniel Morgan Salem Poor Each person has an extension activity that includes a smart phone or tablet bar code that links to an information website link. Students love these activities. Included in this package is a detailed teacher's answer key. This guided note packets can be utilized in multiple ways. In addition, teachers love the correlation using the note packets with the PowerPoints. They are both engaging and visual.
Taylaj42
Revolutionary War 3D Animated PowerPoint

Revolutionary War 3D Animated PowerPoint

Bring the American Revolution right into your classroom. With over 30 visual and engaging slides, the experience will give your students every angle of the war including how it all began living in the original colonies, to the design of the American flag, and the surrender at Yorktown. It’s all contained in this package. Depending on your curriculum, you can customize the PowerPoint or put it all together for an engaging unit describing the war that led to American’s independence. Content included in this packet includes: Colonial America – 13 colonies The first American flag “the Betsy Ross flag debate” Preparation for rebellion vocabulary The three geographic areas of the colonies American armies and the militia The continental army The royal army – British redcoats Preparations for war – population, manufacturing, & armies Weapons of the revolutionary war The history and evolution of the American flag Also, this educational artifact has the top ten most influential battles of the Revolutionary war. The battles that are covered include the following: Lexington & Concord Bunker Hill Battle of Quebec Battle of Charleston Battle of Trenton Battle of Saratoga Battle of Rhode Island Battle of Kings Mountain Battle of Cowpens Yorktown Also included are the Heroes of the war section (16 war generals and significant militia that helped turn the ties of the war). Learn about the following Colonial & British Veterans! Paul Revere General William Howe Richard Montgomery Benedict Arnold Henry Clinton Benjamin Lincoln John Adams George Washington John Burgoyne Simon Fraser John Sullivan Patrick Ferguson Nathaniel Greene Charles Cornwallis Daniel Morgan Salem Poor Each person has an extension activity that includes a smart phone or tablet bar code that links to an information website link. Students love these activities. In addition, teachers love the correlation using the note packets with the PowerPoints. They are both engaging and visual.
Taylaj42
Industrial Revolution -- Primary Source Readings -- World History

Industrial Revolution -- Primary Source Readings -- World History

This is a series of primary source readings on the industrial revolution for a World History course at the high school or university survey course level. The four primary source readings include 4-15 questions at the end of each reading that combine reading comprehension, links to current government issues and Document-Based-Questions (marked with a "►"). Contents include: 1. Adam Smith from The Wealth of Nations on the division of labor (1776) 2. Sadler Report on Child Labor excerpts (1832) 3. Parliamentary debate on the Sadler bill (1832) 4. David Ricardo on the Theory of Competitive Advantage (1817) 5. Short project/paper on source documentation 6. Unit vocabulary and concept list with a practice test worksheet The readings can be used for in-class lessons, sub-plans or homework assignments. They're ideal for a World History AP course, though I use them for my standard-level students as well.
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World History -- Age of Revolution -- Primary Source Readings

World History -- Age of Revolution -- Primary Source Readings

This is a unit of primary source readings for world history students at the high school or university level and other content for the Age of Revolution (1776-1848). The five primary source readings include 6-12 questions at the end of each reading that combine reading comprehension, links to current government issues and Document-Based-Questions (marked with a "►"). Contents include: 1. The Order of Illuminati: John Robison's "Proofs of a Conspiracy" (excerpts) 2. English Views of the French Revolution: MP Edmund Burke, Rev. David Price (both excerpts) 3. Worksheet on Comparison/Contrast of French with American revolution 4. Haitian Revolution: Toussaint's letter to the French Directory (excerpts) 5. Venezuelan Revolution: Simon Bolivar's "Cartegena Manifesto" 6. The Communist Manifesto (excerpts): Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels 7. Age of Revolution Historical Impact Presentation (Google Slides project) 8. Unit study guide with key concepts, vocabulary list and practice test The readings can be used for in-class lessons, sub-plans or homework assignments. They're ideal for a World History AP course, though I use them for my standard-level students as well. (The Communist Manifesto reading is too advanced for standard level high school students as a homework assignment, so I do it in class.)
teddlem
Age of Nationalism (1860-1900)  Primary Source Readings World History

Age of Nationalism (1860-1900) Primary Source Readings World History

This is a series of primary source readings on nationalism for a World History course at the high school or university survey course level. The three primary source readings include 7-13 questions at the end of each reading that combine reading comprehension, links to current government issues and Document-Based-Questions (marked with a "►"). Contents include: 1. Italy's Risorgimento: Guiseppi Girabaldi and Pope Pius IX 2. German Unification: Otto von Bismark's "Thoughts and Reminiscences" 3. The Russo-Japanese War: Japanese declaration of war, Russian response 4. Unit vocabulary and concept list with a practice test worksheet The readings can be used for in-class lessons, sub-plans or homework assignments. They're ideal for a World History AP course, though I use them for my standard-level students as well. 18 pages total.
teddlem
Imperialism Modern World History Primary Source Readings

Imperialism Modern World History Primary Source Readings

This is a series of primary source readings on imperialism for a World History course at the high school or university survey course level. The four primary source readings include 7-15 questions at the end of each reading that combine reading comprehension, links to current government issues and Document-Based-Questions (marked with a "►"). Contents include: 1. The Indian Thuggee Cult in British India and Efforts to Exterminate It: WIlliam Henry Sleeman 2. The Opium Wars of China: Lin Zexu, Treaty of Nanjing 3. The Casement Report on the Belgian Congo: Roger Casement 4. The Philippine Insurrection and Empire: Rudyard Kipling's "The White Man's Burden," American Anti-Imperialist League, Mark Twain, Houston Post 5. Unit vocabulary and concept list with a practice test worksheet The readings can be used for in-class lessons, sub-plans or homework assignments. They're ideal for a World History AP course, though I use them for my standard-level students as well.
teddlem
Tudor Rebellions - Dynastic Issues and the Succession

Tudor Rebellions - Dynastic Issues and the Succession

Fully resourced A level history lesson and activities on dynastic disputes and their relation to rebellions of the Tudor period, 1485-1603. Booklet provides everything the student requires - detailed historical overviews, structured tasks and a revision resource to be printed on A3 paper.
niatunnicliffe1982
Informational Texts - Reading Comprehension Worksheets - Bundle

Informational Texts - Reading Comprehension Worksheets - Bundle

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore different concepts, influential people and historical events. After carefully reading each informational text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes.
MariaPht
KS3 History Assessment: Wilberforce was most important factor for the abolition of the slave trade

KS3 History Assessment: Wilberforce was most important factor for the abolition of the slave trade

For teachers delivering Key Stage three history. This is an assessment for the question: ‘William Wilberforce was the most important factor for the abolition of the slave trade.’ How far do you agree with this statement? It uses a question stem from the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 course to help prepare students. It also includes a help sheet for the students including structure and key words as well as a mark sheet for the teacher. This is in line with the old National Curriculum levels, but it is easily adaptable for individual needs for life after levels!
miriamtaylor
Napoleon Bonaparte Activity Pack

Napoleon Bonaparte Activity Pack

Napoleon Bonaparte Activity Pack Handout Overview Napoleon Bonaparte Comic Strip and Storyboard Napoleon Bonaparte Puzzle Message Who was Napoleon cloze activity Napoleon Crossword Napoleon Bonaparte Word Search
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