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1917 (Movie) - Movie Guide
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1917 (Movie) - Movie Guide

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This product includes resources to be used with the film, 1917. This film was released in 2019 and is a great resource to use when teaching a unit on World War I. In the film, two soldiers are tasked with a seemingly impossible mission to cross nine miles of war torn France to deliver an important message. The Movie Guide includes numerous resource, some of which are available individually in my store and can be found by clicking the links below. The resources include: Teacher Guide: This guide provides teachers with movie details, a film review, summary of the film, how to use in the classroom, and content warnings about the movie. Review Questions: This two page resource includes 5 response questions about the film that students will answer as they watch the movie. Movie Visual Project: This one page project tasks students with creating a movie poster for the film based on the theme, purpose, or personal opinion of the movie. Quick Quiz: This ten question multiple choice quiz is a single pages document with an answer key also included. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and educational resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
American Civil War Choice Activity
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American Civil War Choice Activity

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This activity is a great resource to use for distance learning and in the classroom. It provides students with three opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge of the American Civil War. This differentiated product is designed to reach students of different abilities and strengths and can be used as a classroom project or assessment. The task asked of students are challenging and require students to use the knowledge they have gained about the American Civil War. The activities that students may choose to complete are: Activity 1: This activity is a visual activity in which students watch two short (10 minutes) video clips about the Civil War. These video clips are available on YouTube and the links are provided. After watching the two clips, students will create a PowerPoint/Google Slides Presentation about the Civil War. Criteria for the presentation is included as well. Activity 2: This activity is writing based. Students are presented with Civil War topics and then they must write a 5 paragraph essay about one of the topics. Students must use at least two sources. Activity 3: The final activity used primary sources and a link to a great variety of primary sources is provided. In this activity, students are given a variety of options to use the information in the primary sources to create their own product. Some of these options include newspaper front page, journal, letter, propaganda, or political cartoon. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
1917 (Movie) Review Questions
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1917 (Movie) Review Questions

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This product is designed to accompany a World History/U.S. History course that is using the film “1917” to teach students about World War I and trench warfare. The resource includes questions that guide student learning and assess knowledge of World War I, trench warfare, and the life of a soldier during The Great War. This product includes 5 extended response type questions. The questions are multi-part questions in which students are expected to provide thoughtful, thorough answers based on their viewing of the film. Some of the topics covered in the film and the questions include: World War I Trench Warfare Life in the trenches The life of a WWI soldier This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Create Your Own Invention
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Create Your Own Invention

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This project is a great resource to use for many different age groups and subject areas. Students are tasked to create their own invention by describing, drawing, and finally creating a prototype to share with the class. Students will complete the following tasks when completing this project: Brainstorming an idea for a new invention. Diagraming/drawing their new invention. Creating a patent application. Creating a prototype of their invention to share with the class. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. The project is self-guiding but can be modified to fit your curriculum. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
World War I Test
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World War I Test

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This World War I is a comprehensive assessment over the “Great War” or World War I as it later came to be known. This test includes three question formats: Multiple Choice: 30 multiple choice questions are included; subjects covered include: the Lusitania, assassination of Franz Ferdinand, unrestricted submarine warfare, propaganda, causes of WWI, Treaty of Versailles, trench warfare, and more. Matching: 15 questions make up this section of the test. The terms in this section are: military, conscription, mobilization, unrestricted, propaganda, trench warfare, war of attrition, total war, aid, soviet, abdicate, cooperation, armistice, mandate, reparation, Extended Response: 3 extended response questions are included in this section. The questions cover the following topics: 4 M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI, Treaty of Versailles, Technological Advances in WWI This assessment covers a lot of material and can be used for backwards planning as well. An answer key for all sections is included at the end of the resource. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
War Horse (Movie) Review Questions
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War Horse (Movie) Review Questions

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This resource is a set of review questions that follow along with the film War Horse, directed by Steven Spielberg. It is the story of a horse and his journey from farm to the frontlines of World War I. The questions in this product include questions relating to the film itself and also critical thinking questions about WWI and the effects of war. This would be a great resource to use with students as they watch the film. The questions follow the film in order and are well connected to the history of WWI. There are 15 total questions on two pages. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Feudal Japan Review Worksheet
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Feudal Japan Review Worksheet

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This product is designed to review a lesson or unit on Feudal Japan and its society. This resource is a review worksheet that includes questions about: The structure of society in Feudal Japan The role of the Emperor, Shogun, Daimyo, Samurai, Peasants Alternative scenarios about power struggles and class struggles Comparison to Medieval Europe - Venn Diagram Task - Students are to create a piece of propaganda for one of the social classes. This resource would be great as a review or study guide for test or quiz. It could also be used a an independent assignment for students to research. This product includes both Microsoft Word and PDF versions of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Treaty of Versailles Reading & Worksheet
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Treaty of Versailles Reading & Worksheet

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This product is a great resource to use as a quick reading assignment or homework assignment in a World History or U.S. History course studying World War I. Specifically, this product describes the end of the War and the Treaty of Versailles. It presents and explains the punishments handed down to Germany at the end of The Great War. This product includes a one page reading passage and also a worksheet that was made to accompany the reading. The reading page was created for a high school classroom but could be used in lower grades as well. The reading is written at a 9th-10th grade level. The worksheet that accompanies the reading includes: 5 multiple choice questions 4 short answer questions 1 extended response question An answer key for quick grading is also included. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Conflicts of the Middle East
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Conflicts of the Middle East

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This graphic organizer of events from the past, present, probable future includes information about the following conflicts that have taken place in the Middle East: Iranian Revolution Gulf War Iraq War War in Afghanistan Fight Against ISIS Israel v. Palestine Syrian Civil War The graphic organizer includes the following information: Dates (Years) Who (What groups are fighting) What/Why (Why are the groups fighting) U.S. position in the Conflict Deaths/Casualties This resource includes a student copy that is partially completed to demonstrate what is expected of students. This student copy is made for students to complete and fill out on their own. The second page of the document is an answer key that includes all of the information that should be on the graphic organizer. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Sinking of Lusitania Reading/Worksheet
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Sinking of Lusitania Reading/Worksheet

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This product is a great resource to use as a quick reading assignment or homework assignment in a World History or U.S. History course studying World War I. Specifically, this product explains the reasons behind the sinking of the RMS Lusitania, the implications from the sinking, and the reaction from around the world. This product includes a one page reading passage and also a worksheet that was made to accompany the reading. The reading page was created for a high school classroom but could be used in lower grades as well. The reading is written at a 9th-10th grade level. The worksheet that accompanies the reading includes: 5 multiple choice questions 4 short answer questions 1 extended response question An answer key for quick grading is also included. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Technology of WWI Reading and Worksheet
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Technology of WWI Reading and Worksheet

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This product is a great resource to use as a quick reading assignment or homework assignment in a World History or U.S. History course studying World War I. Specifically, this product describes the technology developed and innovations of World War I. The reading explains the impact these changes had on the war and society. This product includes a two page reading passage and also a worksheet that was made to accompany the reading. The reading page was created for a high school classroom but could be used in lower grades as well. The reading is written at a 9th-10th grade level. The worksheet that accompanies the reading includes: 5 multiple choice questions 4 short answer questions 1 extended response question An answer key for quick grading is also included. This resource includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the product. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Industrial Revolution Bundle
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Industrial Revolution Bundle

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This bundle of resources includes all of the Industrial Revolution products available in my store. This bundle is strictly for teachers teaching the Industrial Revolution period from approximately 1760-1840. It does NOT include resources for the era of Mass Production and Industrial Society that immediately followed this period in history. If you are interested in a bundle of resources for that time period, please click the link: Mass Production and Industrial Society Resource Bundle. A combined bundle of resources for both time periods (Industrial Revolution and Mass Production) is also available by clicking this link: Industrial Revolution/Mass Production Resource Bundle. This resource bundle includes many activities, assessments, posters, and resources for a unit on the Industrial Revolution. It is not a comprehensive bundle with lesson plans but is designed to supplement your teaching of the material and provides a wide variety of activities and resources. Below is a comprehensive list of the resources available in this bundle, as well as links to the resources individually if you are interested in only some of the products. Industrialization/Industrial Revolution Vocab Graphic Organizer: This graphic organizer is set up for students to write a definition for the word, explain it’s significance to the Industrial Revolution for the word, and then find a picture or visual for each word. The words include: Agriculture, Assembly Line, Mass Production, Bourgeoisie, Proletariat, Railroad, Transition, Capitalism, Immigrant, Factory, Natural Resources ,Steam Engine, Textile, Urbanization. Answer Key Included. Industrial Revolution Overview Video Questions: The questions in the document follow a YouTube video and are basic questions about important inventions, innovations, and individuals that were vital to the Industrial Revolution. Answer Key Included. Industrialization Chart and Information: This chart/visual has numerous uses and can be used as a display item, poster, exit slip, notes, activity. The information lays out the when, what, where, who, and why of the Industrial Revolution. Industrial Revolution Extended Response Questions: This document includes two extended response questions. There are 2 different questions and they are included on each document 4 times for easy printing and cutting for students. The resource is a great tool for quick assessment or entry/exit slips. Industrial Revolution: Connecting Past Events with Present: This Industrial Revolution Resource tasks students with making connections from the past to aspects of today’s society. For this activity, students are tasked with finding present day current events that relate to concepts from the Industrial Revolution. These concepts and ideas include: Child Labor, Innovations in Transportation, Women in the Workplace, Use of the Assembly Line, Popular/Mass Entertainment, Urban Growth Industrial Revolution: Connecting Past Events with Present - Version 2: Another version of the above activity in which students are tasked with making connection from the past to aspects of today’s society. The concepts and ideas in this version include: Innovations and Inventions, Women’s Rights and Women in Power, Workplace Safety Regulations, Consumer Economics, Industrial Growth and Manufacturing, The Middle Class Industrial Revolution Quick Quiz: This product is designed to provide quick, concise feedback to teachers about the Industrial Revolution. This Industrial Revolution Quick Quiz is a ten question quiz with 5 multiple choice and 5 matching questions (with word bank) over the Industrial Revolution. Answer Key included. Industrial Revolution Videos Review: Students are presented with a graphic organizer of the four video clips. For each video clip, students will then write a description of each video and then find a visual that could accompany each video clip. All of this is completed in the graphic organizer. Industrial Revolution Writing Prompt: This PDF document includes a writing prompt about the Industrial Revolution and its beginning in Europe. The prompt for this document asks: Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Europe, especially Great Britain, in the 19th century and not some other place in the world. Industrial Revolution History Poster: The poster was created to be 18x24 inches but the sizing can be adjusted accordingly based on classroom need. This poster is a single resource. The poster is a visual representation of the Industrial Revolution and the following information: Visual (Industrial Revolution), Date (1760-1840), Location (United States and Europe) Industrial Revolution Infographic: This product presents information in an easy to read, easy to understand format. Information on the infographic includes dates, figures, events, and information about the Industrial Revolution time period. Includes a zip folder with 4 files of the infographic. They are: Original Print-Ready PDF, Resized 10x24 inch Poster, PDF Print Ready, Resized 2x6 inch Bookmark, PDF Print Ready, Original PNG image, 800x2000 pixels Industrial Revolution Information Poster: This is a single poster product about the Industrial Revolution. The poster includes information about the Industrial Revolution including: Dates, Prior knowledge, Facts and important events, Important individuals. It is a high quality file designed to be printed as an 18x24 inch poster. The poster could also be resized to be smaller or stretched to be a larger size. Industrial Revolution Poster: This resource is a downloadable Print-Ready PDF poster. It is a high quality file designed to be printed as an 18x24 inch poster. The poster could also be resized to be smaller or stretched to be a larger size. Industrial Revolution Word Search: This word search is comprised of terms relating to Industrialization and the Industrial Revolution of the United States. The words in the puzzle are: ANDREW CARNEGIE, ASSEMBLY LINE, CAPITALISM, COMMERCE,CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, CORPORATION, FACTORY, HENRY FORD, INDUSTRY, JOHN D ROCKEFELLER, LABOR, MASS PRODUCTION, MARKET, MONOPOLY, RAILROAD, ROBBER BARONS, TELEGRAPH, TRUST, URBAN More detailed descriptions of each product can be found on the individual product pages. Most of these resources come in two formats; Microsoft Word and PDF. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Electoral College Worksheet
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Electoral College Worksheet

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This printable worksheet is a one page document created using Microsoft Word. It is designed to be used with the internet or printed for students to complete. This is a good product to use for homework or sub plans as everything the students need is present on the worksheet. This activity includes important information about the Electoral College election process in the United States: The United States uses the Electoral College to elect a President and Vice President. Each state is given a certain number of “electors.” The number of electors from each state is dependent on the number of members that state has in Congress (EXAMPLE: Ohio has 2 Senators and 16 House of Representatives members; therefore Ohio has 18 electoral votes.) The electors in each state are “supposed” to vote for the candidate that wins the popular vote in that state. If a candidate wins the state, they typically get all of the electoral votes for that state. In order for a candidate to win, they must win at least 270 electoral votes. In the case of a tie or if no candidate gets a majority (270 votes,) the House of Representatives decides the outcome. Within the House of Representatives, each state delegation receives one vote to cast. A majority is required to win (26 votes) The above information is included on the worksheet for students to refer to as they complete the three extended response questions that make up the rest of the worksheet. The extended response questions assess students on their knowledge of the process, opinion on the process, and potential problems/issues with the system. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and Personal Finance resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Industrial Revolution Past and Present 2
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Industrial Revolution Past and Present 2

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This Industrial Revolution Resource tasks students with making connection from the past to aspects of today’s society. It requires them to think critically and research how past concepts are still prevalent today. This Industrial Revolution was a time of change and prosperity and like any historical event, many connections to the present day can be found in the history of that time period. For this activity, students are tasked with finding present day current events that relate to concepts from the Industrial Revolution. These concepts and ideas include: Innovations and Inventions Women’s Rights and Women in Power Workplace Safety Regulations Consumer Economics Industrial Growth and Manufacturing The Middle Class This worksheet is set up as a graphic organizer. Students will find a current event based on the concepts listed and describe and then create a visual for the event/concept. This activity can be completed on the computer or printed for student use. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. This is version 2 of this resource. Version 1 includes the same general set-up but with different concepts and topics for students to analyze. If you are interested in version 1, please click on the link: Industrial Revolution: Connecting Past with Present. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
1917 (Movie) Quick Quiz
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1917 (Movie) Quick Quiz

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This Quick Quiz is a ten question multiple choice quiz to be used with the World War I film 1917. This film provides an accurate depiction of World War I through a fictional story. This is a great resource to use in a U.S. History or World History course. The resource includes an answer key for fast grading. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Worksheet
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Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Worksheet

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This product is a great resource to use as a quick reading assignment or homework assignment in a World History or U.S. History course studying World War I. Specifically, this product describes the assassination of the Archduke of Austria-Hungary, Franz Ferdinand. This event is considered the spark that started World War I. This reading provides information about the background, the assassination, and the aftermath of the assassination. This product includes a one page reading passage and also a worksheet that was made to accompany the reading. The reading page was created for a high school classroom but could be used in lower grades as well. The reading is written at a 9th-10th grade level. The worksheet that accompanies the reading includes: 5 multiple choice questions 4 short answer questions 1 extended response question An answer key for quick grading is also included. If you are interested in other World War I Reading and Worksheets, please see the links below: Technology of World War I The Sinking of the Lusitania Trench Warfare in World War I Treaty of Versailles World War I Reading/Worksheet Bundle This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Industrial Revolution Video Overview Questions
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Industrial Revolution Video Overview Questions

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This product includes questions for an Industrial Revolution video found on YouTube at: Industrial Revolution Overview. The questions in the document follow the video and are basic questions about important inventions, innovations, and individuals that were vital to the Industrial Revolution. The video is only about 20 minutes long but provides a good, quick, concise overview of the Industrial Revolution from its beginnings in Europe to the Industrial Revolution coming to the United States. Also included in the video is content about Eli Whitney, steam power, and changes in transportation. It includes 15 questions spread out over 2 pages about the video and progresses in chronological order. This would be a good assignment to use to keep students engaged and focused on the video. An answer key is also included with this product. This product is a Microsoft Word/PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Industrial Revolution Quick Quiz
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Industrial Revolution Quick Quiz

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This product is designed to provide quick, concise feedback to teachers about the Industrial Revolution. This Industrial Revolution Quick Quiz is a ten question quiz with 5 multiple choice and 5 matching questions (with word bank) over the Industrial Revolution. Quick Quizzes are meant to provide teachers with a quick assessment tool over a subject or unit. The quizzes are all one page documents that should be completed in a few minutes by students over material that they have learned in class. Quick Quizzes can also be used as an opening activity to assess student knowledge on a topic. An answer key is also included for teacher use. This resource is a Microsoft Word/PDF version of the product. If you are interested in other quick quizzes or education resources, please check out my Shop: Project Education.
Industrial Revolution Extended Response Questions
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Industrial Revolution Extended Response Questions

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This document includes two extended response questions to be used in a unit with a on the Industrial Revolution. There are 2 different questions and they are pasted on each document 4 times for easy printing and cutting for students. The resource is a great tool for quick assessment or entry/exit slips. The extended response questions are: Describe everything you know about the Industrial Revolution.What is it? Where did it occur? Who was involved? Time frame (years)? If you do not know any of this information, then make an inference. Write your answer in complete sentences. (3-4 sentences) In a short paragraph (4-5 sentences) describe the changes that occurred because of the Industrial Revolution. Think about groups of people, government, and other institutions that were affected by the rise in industrialization. Finally, describe your opinion on these changes in terms of its effect on society. This resource includes a Microsoft Word version and a PDF version. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.