Qatar History And Citizenship Resources - Year 3 - 39 Worksheets and Weekly Lesson Plans

Qatar History And Citizenship Resources - Year 3 - 39 Worksheets and Weekly Lesson Plans

Qatar History and Citizenship is a compulsory subject for any primary school teacher in Qatar. When I taught this subject in Qatar, I was surprised to discover how thin the student text book was, how little resources were available for students on the Internet and that there was no teacher guide to help teachers effectively teach this subject. This Year 3 teaching pack contains lesson plans and additional worksheets to support 39 weekly lessons. These lessons cover all a student needs to know about the subject, and the lessons are designed to motivate and excite a student's interest in the history around them. These worksheets could be printed out and used as workbooks in the classroom, sent home as additional homework or shared via an interactive whiteboard. *** Please note that these resources are designed to be used with the official text book, not as a replacement. ***
peterfogarty
Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

This resource is designed for a KS3 class and covers the following lesson objectives: LO: To find out information from primary sources LO: To describe the underground rail road using detail LO: To make inferences from combining sources LO: To explain significance using PEE It may be used as a standalone resource, or in combination with other resources on freedom fighters such as Toussaint L'Ouverture, Nanny of the Maroons, Sam Sharpe or Bussa. It contains a variety of tasks such as source analysis, and links to literacy objectives of using metaphors, clarifying the meaning of words using a partner, and refining a PEE paragraph. US teachers - this resources is designed for UK students who have little existing knowledge of the underground railroad and haven't heard of Harriet Tubman. As such, it provides an overview rather than an in depth examination of Tubman which you might want to go to if your classes have a higher level of pre-existing knowledge. NB I have made a map for students on which I have roughly drawn borders and rivers freehand. In case this isn't precise enough, I included a hyperlink to an online map with more precise borders - I didn't use this in the first instance because my whiteboard isn't too great and I don't think many students will be able to see the borders. All feedback gratefully received! Ruth
ruthmessenger
War in North America

War in North America

KS 3 - A unit of work, which can be projected or printed, about the Seven Years / French and Indian War; The War of Independence / Revolutionary War and the American Civil War. Contains information and tasks. Suggested answers are on PowerPoint presentations for follow-up work. Suitable for students who have not studied these topics before. International Curriculum for Africa Year 9. 34 pages plus 3 short Ppt presentations. Final assessment task - students have the option of using iMovie; Notability; Wevideo; Moviemaker; Animaker or Powtoon.
LesleyRitchie
American Civil War Guided Reading Scripts

American Civil War Guided Reading Scripts

American Civil War Guided Reading Scripts This set of 5 guided reading play scripts (Readers Theater) plus quizzes provide an overview and background to the American Civil War, plus an insight via ‘the winners and losers' i.e. two different perspectives; along with events after the war including Reconstruction; and finally an ‘interview' with the First Ladies of this period and their take on what happened. List of scripts: American Civil War Guided Reading Play Scripts (Reader's Theater): Play 1 Overview of American Civil War 1861-65; Play 2: Background to Civil War Play 3: Civil War - Winners & Losers; Play 4 After the Civil War - Reconstruction 1865-1877 Play 5 First Ladies of the Civil War Period Sample Text Play 1 Overview of American Civil War 1861-65 Speakers: Abraham Lincoln (Union president) Jefferson Davis (Confederate president) John Brown (fanatical abolitionist) John Wilkes Booth (actor & Lincoln's assassin) Sojourner Truth (anti-slavery campaigner) Simon Legree (cruel slave manager - character taken from Uncle Tom's Cabin) Davis: But what fine commanders we had! James Stuart - what a brave man he was! Lincoln: Bit of a chancer, I've heard! Brown: Stonewall Jackson .. Sojourner: Killed by his own men! Booth: An unfortunate accident! Lincoln: Not for us! Booth: Robert E. Lee Brown: The villain! Davis: Just because he was the man to capture you and put an end to your little war games! Legree: And Admiral Raphael Semmes .. Lincoln: Huh! Don't you mean, Pirate Semmes! Hardly the most law-abiding citizen! He sure wasn't fussed about the rules of warfare! Whereas our fine commanders were .. Brown: Ulysses S. Grant Sojourner: The face on our 50 dollar bill! Brown: George McClellan Davis: Fired by Lincoln! My! This is an interesting list! Other American history scripts available from www.plays-r-ussell.com include: • Events Leading up to the War of Independence • The Mayflower • Colonial Times • Sacagawea • All the Presidents • All the Presidents’ First Ladies • American Heroes • Black History
suesplays
Florence Nightingale Topic Pack

Florence Nightingale Topic Pack

A fabulous topic pack giving an interesting insight into the life of Florence Nightingale. Includes: - a stimulating PowerPoint slideshow based on the life of Florence Nightingale - a variety of worksheet activities - a Florence Nightingale quiz
jessplex
50 States Profiles Poster Set

50 States Profiles Poster Set

This is a complete set of state posters! Each state is represented. Each poster has major symbols, state flag, the state's shape and the order it was admitted into the Union. Each poster is designed with symbols that represent the states. There is a full color option and a White background that can be printed on any color to match your classroom décor. Print 1 to a page for a chart in the classroom or print 4 to a page and provide students with flash cards or inserts for an interactive notebook! The possibilities are endless. Please Note--These posters are included in my state profile notebooking pages. If you own the 50 state bundle, then you already own this poster set!
RedstickTeaching
Glory an Illustrated Guide and Quiz

Glory an Illustrated Guide and Quiz

Glory an Illustrated Guide and Quiz Includes Video link also Play as a quiz either in pairs or whole class. Pupils have to guess the red words - easy to edit if you wish. The Fifty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment was the first military unit consisting of black soldiers to be raised in the North during the Civil War. Prior to 1863, no concerted effort was made to recruit black troops as Union soldiers. The adoption of the Emancipation Proclamation in December of 1862 provided the impetus for the use of free black men as soldiers and, at a time when state governors were responsible for the raising of regiments for federal service, Massachusetts was the first to respond with the formation of the Fifty-fourth Regiment.
sfy773
Avoiding the Civil War: Compromises between the north and the south

Avoiding the Civil War: Compromises between the north and the south

In this web quest, students will learn about the Missouri compromise, the compromise of 1850, Harpers Ferry and the election of 1860. Students will research the growing rift between the North and the South and the attempts to keep the country united. Provided are links for each of the questions. To be directed to the links, students just need to click on the link with their mouse. If you have any questions or comments please right it down below. Enjoy! Powerpoint is also included
tmccord1986
Lincoln video guide

Lincoln video guide

This video guide is for the 2012 movie Lincoln. There are 12 questions and an essay piece at the end. Times are located by the question to assist students with the questions. No answer key is provided.
tmccord1986
US Civil War Project: Battles and New Technology and video guide

US Civil War Project: Battles and New Technology and video guide

In groups of three or four, students will study a pivotal Civil War battle and technology that made the Civil War one of the first modern war. There are 10 key battles and new technologies that students can select from. There are three roles in this project: Historian, Artist and Thespian. The Historian will study the battle and answer 10 questions relating the the battle. They should put this on a powerpoint presentation or a Prezi. The Artist will draw an overhead view of the battle, so students can have a visual of the battle that occurred. Make sure they include arrows and directions for troop movement. The Thespian is in charge of creating a 45 second play of the battle as well as studying the technology. Recommended-Students will need technology for this project. Attached is also a video guide that introduces the civil war to your students.
tmccord1986