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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 Poster Bundle
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Industrial Revolution Poster Bundle

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This bundle of posters offers 4 Industrial Revolution Posters that are available individually in my store. The subject of each poster is the Industrial Revolution. These posters are designed and downloaded as high-quality, print-ready PDF files. The posters all vary in design. The designs in this bundle are: Industrial Revolution Infographic - This resource includes 4 versions of the infographic. The versions are: original PDF, 10x24 inch PDF poster, 2x6 inch PDF bookmark, High Quality PNG image *** Industrial Revolution Information Poster** - This poster includes important information about dates, inventions, individuals, and events from the Industrial Revolution. This poster is designed as an 18x24 inch PDF. * Industrial Revolution Poster - This poster was created to be displayed in a classroom. It includes the saying: “The Transition From Hand Production to Machines.” This is an 18x24 inch PDF. Industrial Revolution History Poster - This resource is also an 18x24 inch PDF. It includes information about date/time (1760-1840) and location (Europe and The United States.) All posters are designed to be printed with high quality settings but can also be shared with students to view and analyze. The four resources are also available individually in my store by clicking on the links above. The previews and thumbnails of the posters include watermarks, these are removed and not present in the purchased downloaded versions. Please check out the other posters and educational activities are available in my shop: Project Education.
Interest Groups Presentation
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Interest Groups Presentation

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This product is a PowerPoint presentation about Interest Groups and Lobbying in the government of the United States. The product includes easy to understand text and graphics. This is an ideal resource to use when lecturing and for student notes. I recommend using this as a base of knowledge and building off of the information provided. The Powerpoint includes 10 slides of information and 1 slide of interesting internet links.
Write Your Own Bill
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Write Your Own Bill

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This document provides directions for a group project in which students will write their own Bill according to the process used in the United States government. This document is perfect for an introduction and is by no means an exhaustive look at the legislative process of the U.S. or of American politics. This is a basic project perfect to use in younger grades or to give a base knowledge of the legislative process. Document does include an example related to the 2015-2016 school year but this can be easily edited.
Stock Market Discussion Questions
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Stock Market Discussion Questions

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Within this document, students will examine two publicly traded companies and answer questions based on their stock market value, history, and profitability. Students will have a link to a website to help explain what some of the confusing terms may mean.
Interest Groups Research Activity
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Interest Groups Research Activity

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This resource tasks students with researching various interest groups that influence the United States government with power and financial contributions. The purpose of the activity is to demonstrate how interest groups function and what role they play in government. This activity is a great activity in a U.S. History or U.S. Government course and can be used at the beginning, middle, or end of a unit. In this activity, students will research various interest groups and find information related to mission statements, news stories, and purpose. Many interest groups are already listed but the document can be easily modified to include others that may have been discussed in class. The listed interest groups for the activity are: Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Organization for Women Veterans of Foreign Wars Americans United for Separation of Church and State National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Common Cause Eagle Forum The activity also includes questions to guide students and also a task at the end for student’s to create a piece of advertisement for one of the interest groups. 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.
Henry Ford and the Assembly Line
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Henry Ford and the Assembly Line

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This product includes links to 4 YouTube videos about Henry Ford and the assembly line that he pioneered. It is a collection of videos about Ford’s life and legacy. The video links that this resource includes are listed below: Henry Ford: 3 Minute Innovative History Henry Ford Assembly Line Henry Ford’s Assembly Turns 100 Ford History of Moving Assembly Line Questions that accompany each link are related to the life and accomplishments of Henry Ford. This document includes questions about Ford’s early life, assembly line, and legacy. This would be a great resource to use as review or to introduce the topic. 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 Government (Country)
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Create Your Own Government (Country)

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In this document, students will create their own unique government/country. Students will be guided through the process of creating unique economies, class systems, legislatures, court systems, and many more aspects of a country. This resource includes examples and definitions of important terms and vocabulary that will be used throughout the activity. The activity also includes directions for the the creation of a piece of propaganda supporting your newly created country. This resource comprises multiple pages and is a project designed for students to create their own government. Some examples of what students must complete include: define territorial units, create an economy, legislature, list the powers of the head of state, design a judicial system, and find allies among classmates. This activity is designed to be used for multiple grades and skill levels. This activity includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the activity. This project can also be found as part of the Forms of Government Notebook that includes vocabulary, visual (art), notes, and examples of the forms of government. This is a comprehensive resource that also includes this Create Your Own Government Project. Please click on the links below if you are interested. Forms of Government Notebook - PDF If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Store.
Interest Group Research and Presentation Bundle
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Interest Group Research and Presentation Bundle

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This bundle includes the Interest Groups Presentation and the Interest Groups Research Activity found in my store for a great discount. Also included are the "Thank You For Smoking" Response Questions and Active Participation in Government Lesson plan as they are both related to interest groups and the role of interest groups in the United States.
Industrial Revolution/Mass Production Test
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Industrial Revolution/Mass Production Test

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This product is an assessment over a unit covering the Industrial Revolution all the way up to the era of Mass Production in the United States. The test covers a large time frame beginning in Great Britain with the start of the Industrial Revolution before progressing to the United States and the use of steam engines, railroads, and the growth of cities. Topics covered include: Agricultural Revolution, early textile mills, mass production, the importance of railways, cotton gin, assembly line, and the ingenuity of Henry Ford. The test includes 3 different sections with different types of questions: Multiple Choice - 25 questions Matching - 5 questions including the terms: Cotton Gin, Assembly Line, Transition, Mass Production, Bourgeoisie Extended Response Questions - 3 questions. Topics include: the connection from the industrial revolution to today, inventions and innovations of the industrial revolution, the assembly line. 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.
4 M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Poster
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4 M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Poster

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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. This poster was created for a World History or U.S. History classroom. The preview file includes a watermark which is removed on the final product. This is a single poster product about the causes of World WarI. The poster includes information about the M.A.I.N. causes of the war, as well as a short description of the spark that started the fighting. M - Militarism A - Alliances I - Imperialism N - Nationalism Spark: The assassination of Franz Ferdinand Many other posters for History classrooms are available in my Project Education Shop by clicking on the link.
U.S. Constitution Scavenger Hunt
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U.S. Constitution Scavenger Hunt

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In this activity, students will use the U.S. Constitution to find specific information about how the U.S. government works and operates. Students will complete response questions in which they must look top specific parts of the Constitution and explain the meaning. Students will also answer questions that require them to search the Constitution and find answers. A copy of the Constitution is required for this activity and is not included. An answer key is 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.
How It's Made Activity
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How It's Made Activity

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This product includes YouTube links to short “How It’s Made” clips and the following questions: Briefly describe the process of creating the product that you viewed. (2-3 sentences) Explain why this product is important, or what are it’s uses. (2-3 sentences) Explain how this product might have been made before the Industrial Revolution and the use of factories/assembly lines/mass production. These three questions are presented to students after each video clip. The document could be modified to change the videos and/or change the questions. The clips included are: Chocolate - Milk Chocolate, From Scratch | How It’s Made Ketchup - Ketchup | How It’s Made Scoreboards - Scoreboards | How It’s Made Matches - Matches | How It’s Made Bowling Balls - Bowling Balls | How It’s Made This activity was created for students to make connections from the Industrial Revolution and Mass Production to the present day but could be used in other course and classes. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in a Google Docs version that students could use directly with Google Classroom, please click the link: How It’s Made Activity - Google Docs. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Classroom  Consequences
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Classroom Consequences

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A simple list of classroom consequences that could be used in many classrooms. This list accompanies the "Classroom Rules" document also available for download.
Cultural Institutions
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Cultural Institutions

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This document contains two questions for students to answer about certain cultural institutions (family, religion, etc.) in the United States.
Judicial Branch Study Guide
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Judicial Branch Study Guide

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This study includes key terms and ideas for students to research and define. It also includes extended response questions to include on an assessment.