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This shop provides Social Studies resources from a classroom teacher at a low cost.
Classroom Rules
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Classroom Rules

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This product is a simple list of rules that apply to most classrooms. The list is already formatted in large print and ready for print. Students will find the list of rules easy to understand. A class list of consequences is also available for purchase.
Foldable Paper Dice
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Foldable Paper Dice

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This FREE resource is great to use for the creation of a classroom game or activity. It is easy to create your own dice from this product. Simply cut out the pattern and glue/tape the labeled tabs. This product includes a numbered dice for younger grades and a traditional dice as well. This is a PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other Social Studies, History, and educational 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.
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.
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.
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.
ESPN 30 For 30: Broke Review Questions
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ESPN 30 For 30: Broke Review Questions

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This documentary movie was created by ESPN and is part of their 30 for 30 series. The film shows the impacts and reasons behind the large number of millionaire athletes declaring bankruptcy and becoming “broke.” This film is an excellent resource to use in an Economics, Personal Finance, Financial Management, and or Financial Literacy course. This product is a two page document of ten questions pertaining directly to the film while encouraging students to analyze the film and the choices presented within it. 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 Store.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Civil War Interactive Games
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Civil War Interactive Games

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This product is a single page document that includes links to interactive games on the internet that students can play to review and learn about the American Civil War. The document can used online or printed for student use. The games included in the document include a timeline activity, Battle of Gettysburg, and slave v. free state activity. The website used for the games are: Quia Timeline Game: Students organize a timeline of six Civil War events chronologically. The document then asks students to list one of the events. Battle of Gettysburg Simulation: Students are tasked with attempting to win the Battle of Gettysburg. Students must make strategic decisions in this battle simulation to try to win the battle. The document asks students to describe their choices and the outcome. Rags to Riches Trivia Game: This game asks students trivia questions about the Civil War. Students try to win the most money in this gameshow style game. The resource asks students to play multiple times and to input the highest amount of money won in a single game*.* * Civil War Challenge and Discovery: This is the most involved game of the bunch and has students organize a map of 1860’s United States into Confederate, Union, and Border states. The game presents important information about each state while playing. The product tasks students with determining the number of each type of state and challenges them to play another game on the website. A one page answer key is also included. This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in other History and Social Studies resources please check out my Project Education Shop.
M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Study Cube
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M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Study Cube

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This foldable hands on project is a great, quick project to complete with students studying the causes of World War I. The study cube has students create a foldable cube that lists and explains the M.A.I.N. Causes of World War I. The causes include: M - Militarism A - Alliances I - Imperialism N - Nationalism This resource includes two versions of the cube that teachers can choose to use. The first version is a blank version in which students must find and input their own information for each of the causes (militarism, alliances, imperialism, nationalism) and then create or find a visual that could be used for World War I. The second version of the cube that is included has all of the sides of the cube completed and ready for students to use as a study tool. This version can also be used as an answer key. The cube is designed to be printed and then cut out. Students the fold the output on the lines of the cube and glue/tape the flaps. The cube works with regular printer paper and looks great when used with card stock. 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.