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Trench Warfare in WWI Reading/Worksheet
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Trench Warfare in WWI 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 trench warfare and the difficulties of soldiers living in the trenches during WWI. 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.
World War I Readings and Worksheets
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World War I Readings and Worksheets

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This bundle includes 5 resources that are available individually in my store. The resources are all Readings and Worksheets covering topics from World War I. These worksheets provide a quick in depth look at some specific topics and events from World War I. Each individual reading and worksheet includes a 1-2 page reading with visuals and photographs, one page worksheet with multiple choice, short answer, and extended response questions, and an answer key. These are great for distance learning. The resources included are: Assassination of Franz Ferdinand The Sinking of the Lusitania Technology of World War I The Sinking of the Lusitania Trench Warfare in World War I Treaty of Versailles Each one of these is also available separately by clicking on the links above. You do receive a discount by bundling all five. This bundle includes Microsoft Word and PDF versions of each resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Industrialization Word Search
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Industrialization Word Search

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This word search is comprised of terms relating to Industrialization and the Industrial Revolution of the United States. The words in the puzzle are listed below. 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 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.
Industrial Revolution Videos Review
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Industrial Revolution Videos Review

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This product is designed to be used as an in class computer based assignment or an assignment to be completed at home with the use of a computer. This resource is a Google Docs created product so Google Classroom would be a perfect place for this assignment to be posted. It could also be printed for students to use and complete. Students must watch short 8-10 minute video clips about certain portions of the Industrial Revolution. The videos and links that they will watch are: The Steam Machine Changes the World From Steam Machine to Locomotive Changing Times: Railroads and Canals Karl Marx: The Revolutionary Scholar Students are presented with a graphic organizer of the four clips from above. 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. Teachers may find that they want to show the clips to all students in class at the same time or students may complete on their own as the links to the videos are included in the worksheet. 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.
United States Census Activity
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United States Census Activity

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This resource tasks students with exploring the United States Census and analyzing the results and implications from that activity. The product is a two page worksheet that includes three separate tasks/activities. They are: Students will read an article about the winners and losers of the 2010 census. The article includes information on winners and losers of the census. Students must analyze this information to make informed inferences and analyze how the information presented will affect the United States and also where they live. A small chart the students will complete is also included in this section. Next, the document includes a graphic organizer that students will complete that has them analyze the effect of the census on their home state. Finally, students must answer extended response questions about the 2010 census and also the upcoming 2020 census. Questions include analyzing the effect of the census on the government, citizens, and other organization. Students must also use their knowledge of the previous (2010) census to understand the ramifications of the 2020 census. This product includes a Microsoft Word and a PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Enlightenment Bingo
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Enlightenment Bingo

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This Bingo game is designed to help students review important figures, terms, publications, and ideas relevant to the Age of Enlightenment. This Bingo game includes printable game boards and clues for teachers to read to students. Ideas from the game include: John Locke Natural Rights Social Contract Theory Separation of Church and State Philosophe Popular Sovereignty Leviathan Absolute Power Life is Nasty Brutish and Short Capitalism Wealth of Nations Adam Smith Thomas Hobbes Balance of Mind and Heart Separation of Powers Checks and Balances Three Branches of Government Jean-Jacques Rousseau Montesquieu Enlightenment Monarchy Laissez-Faire Economics Governed by the General Will 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 A Bill Becomes A Law
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How A Bill Becomes A Law

4 Resources
This bundle includes four resources to help teach your students about how a bill becomes a law. The resources are thought provoking, and include a variety of activities.
How a Bill Becomes a Law Quiz - U.S.
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How a Bill Becomes a Law Quiz - U.S.

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This product includes questions about Congress and the process of how a bill becomes a law in the United States of America. The resource includes 12 short answer and extended response questions. Topics covered in the quiz include: The process of a bill becoming a law The roles of Congress The roles of Congressmen Information about the chambers of Congress An answer key 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.
Bill of Rights Study Guide
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Bill of Rights Study Guide

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This study guide is a great resource to use for teachers reviewing The Bill of Rights with students. This product is designed to review a Bill of Rights unit or chapter. This study guide includes three sections that students will complete: Vocabulary - A graphic organizer of 16 terms that students will define. Words include: assembly, Establishment Clause, militia, due process, reforms, civil liberties, probable cause, petition, censorship, search and seizure, indictment, slander/libel, double jeopardy, eminent domain, grand jury, bail. 10 Amendments - Students will complete a chart of the ten amendments. Students will write the meaning of each amendment in the chart. Extended Response Questions - 5 extended response questions - Ex. List and describe one limitation of a 1st amendment right. Then list and describe an extension of a 1st amendment right. This study guide could also be used to plan a unit or chapter and/or create a test/quiz about the Bill of Rights. A thorough answer key is also included with this 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.
Timeline Activity: Events Leading to the American Revolution
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Timeline Activity: Events Leading to the American Revolution

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This product includes instructions and directions for a student created timeline that includes important events leading to the American Revolutionary War. The instruction sheet includes directions for important events, visuals, and info about all of the events listed. The events that students will include on the timeline are: ● The French and Indian War ● The Sugar Act ● The Stamp Act ● Townshend Acts ● The Boston Massacre ● The Boston Tea Party ● The Intolerable Acts ● Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death” Speech ● The Declaration of Independence ● The First Continental Congress Students are asked to create a timeline that includes the following criteria: ● Correctly place the event on the timeline with the correct date ● Describe the event in 1-2 sentences ● Correct dates of the above events ● Correct placement of the events on the timeline ● Timeline is completed neatly and easy to understand ● 4 visuals/pictures related to the events listed above - no stick figures ● Color - not just black and white 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 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.
1st Amendment Supreme Court Cases
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1st Amendment Supreme Court Cases

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This single page worksheet is divided into three different sections. The three sections are designed to teach students about the importance of the 1st amendment, the freedoms of the 1st amendment, and important 1st amendment Supreme Court Cases. The three sections are: Review: Students will list and explain the 5 freedoms of the 1st amendment. Prior Knowledge: Students will define and explain the following terms: judicial review and precedent. Graphic Organizer: Students will complete a graphic organizer of important 1st amendment Supreme Court Cases. Student will explain the freedom extended or restricted by the Supreme Court case and then explain the outcome of the case. The cases included in the organizer are: Schenck v. United States, Tinker v. Des Moines, New York Times Company v. United States, and Texas v. Johnson. This graphic organizer and questions activity is a great resource to use for students that have learned/are learning about 1st amendment Supreme Court cases. The activity can be used as an assessment, an introductory activity, or a research activity. The product can also be easily modified to match your teaching/assessment procedures. 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.
American Government Grab Bag
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American Government Grab Bag

20 Resources
This collection of American Government resources includes many activities, tests, quizzes, projects, presentations, and more over a wide variety of topics studied in American Government. This bundle includes 20 resources that can be found individually in my store. Topics covered include: Democracy, Forms of Government, Bill of Rights, Civil Rights, Interest Groups, Branches of Government.
Branches of U.S. Government Bundle
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Branches of U.S. Government Bundle

8 Resources
Bundle includes various resources about the three branches of government in the United States. These resources range from quizzes and study guides to research paper assignments. 8 resources total.
U.S./World History Writing Prompts
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U.S./World History Writing Prompts

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This bundle of writing prompts includes 8 colorful (or non-colorful, depending on your photocopying preferences) that cover 8 different topics or time period in World or U.S. History. The writing prompts cover the following topics: American Civil War Industrial Revolution Mass Production World War I Propaganda World War II Cold War Middle East The products are all PDF format.
Industrial Revolution Writing Prompt
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Industrial Revolution Writing Prompt

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This PDF document includes a writing prompt about the Industrial Revolution and its beginning in Europe. The document provides an easy way to keep students organized while also being aesthetically pleasing. 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? The preview and the thumbnails include a watermark on the image. This is removed in the purchased product. Other individual World History/U.S. History writing prompts are available in my store: Project Education. A bundle of 8 different writing prompts about 8 different time periods in history is also available at: U.S./World History Writing Prompts.
Industrial Revolution: Connecting Past with Present
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Industrial Revolution: Connecting Past with Present

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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: Child Labor Innovations in Transportation Women in the Workplace Use of the Assembly Line Popular/Mass Entertainment Urban Growth 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. If you are interested in other Social Studies and History resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
Industrialization and Mass Production Study Guide
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Industrialization and Mass Production Study Guide

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This one page study guide includes key terms and ideas from a unit on Industrialization and Mass Production in the United States. This study guide is composed of two sections. Key Terms - students will be tasked with looking a up important ideas, individuals, examples, and definitions of terms related to the era of industrialization and mass production. Extended Response Questions - Three extended response questions are included for students to answer and prepare for assessment. This product is a good tool to use for review or to use to create a test or quiz. A detailed Answer Key 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.