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Engaging lessons, activities, and resources for the Social Studies classroom!

Engaging lessons, activities, and resources for the Social Studies classroom!
Manifest Destiny - Oregon Trail, Mormon Trail, Mountain Men, 49ers
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Manifest Destiny - Oregon Trail, Mormon Trail, Mountain Men, 49ers

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Manifest Destiny - Oregon Trail, Mormon Trail, Mountain Men, Forty-Niners Aim: Why did certain groups of people move west? Which trails did they travel on? FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Cover Page • Student centered Do Now question • Document Analysis and corresponding graphic organizer - Mountain Men - Missionaries and Families - Mormons - Forty-Niners/49ers • Application/Closing/Higher Order Thinking Question • Answer Key for Teachers Students will analyze the primary/secondary source documents that describe the groups and circumstances surrounding migration west. They will complete the graphic organizer based on the documents and their knowledge of Social Studies. Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary, creating arguments with evidence, analyzing secondary and primary source documents Differentiation: cooperative {students may work in pairs/groups according to teacher's discretion for graphic organizer}; students argue their opinions using relevant examples and details from the lesson and their knowledge of social studies. ★ You can find all my Manifest Destiny Unit lessons and activities HERE. ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Manifest Destiny and Who Went West ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Digital Papers by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Thomas Jefferson, Barbary Pirates, and the Embargo Act of 1807
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Thomas Jefferson, Barbary Pirates, and the Embargo Act of 1807

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Thomas Jefferson Foreign Policy: Thomas Jefferson, Barbary Pirates, and the Embargo Act of 1807 FOR GOOGLE DRIVE Aim: What was President Jefferson's foreign policy? How did President Jefferson solve problems with Great Britain and France? Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Included in this product: • Cover Page • Student-centered Do Now question using a reading passage and quotation from Stephen Decatur • Barbary Pirates mock-newspaper article with scaffolding questions • "Problems with Great Britain and France" reading passage with corresponding graphic organizer • Application/Closing/Higher Order Thinking Question • Answer Key for Teachers Students will analyze the close-reading passages to understand the causes and effects of the Embargo Act and the desire for Thomas Jefferson to keep the country isolated. Students will also decide what toll the failure of the Embargo Act took on the presidency of Thomas Jefferson, if any. Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary, creating arguments with evidence Differentiation: cooperative {students may work in pairs/groups according to teacher's discretion for questions and graphic organizers}; students argue their opinions and make predictions using relevant examples and details from the lesson and their knowledge of social studies Thomas Jefferson Clipart by Educlips Digital Paper by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2014 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Christopher Columbus - Hero or Villain? Students Debate!
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Christopher Columbus - Hero or Villain? Students Debate!

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Christopher Columbus: A Hero or a Villain? Aim: How can Christopher Columbus be viewed as a hero? How can he be viewed as a villain? FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Do Now/Motivation student-centered question • Christopher Columbus Hero/Villain reading passage with positive/negatives graphic organizer • Debate Worksheet: Students will be placed into debate groups upon teacher's discretion; will gather information based on their side's argument - Evidence worksheet included • Application/Closing Questions Students will analyze and evaluate the effect Christopher Columbus had on the world and if he should be considered a hero or a villain Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary; writing/discussion based on argument Differentiation: graphic organizer; cooperative (students will be placed into debate groups based upon teacher's discretion) ★★ NOTE: When I execute this lesson, I usually split it up into two days: Day One giving the students time to create their arguments in groups, and Day Two allowing them to argue each side with closing arguments and submitting their application questions answers ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Christopher Columbus ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Christopher Columbus Original Illustrations/Clip Art by Kerri Webb {GET IT HERE!} Application tag by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts and Kevin/Amanda Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Executive Branch FLASH CARDS
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Executive Branch FLASH CARDS

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Executive Branch and Powers of the President FLASH CARDS Included in this product: • Title page • 7 Powers of the President "Hats of the President" Flash Cards These fun, colorful flashcards outline the powers or the many "hats" the president wears during his/her presidency. They include: • Chief Executive • Chief Diplomat • Commander-in-Chief • Economic Chief • Chief Legislator • Political Party Chief • Chief of State ★★ Looking for the Executive Branch & Powers of the President full lesson? Find it here Just cut out & laminate! :) Buy the BUNDLE and SAVE!! •• This product is also included in the Constitution UNIT BUNDLE with BONUS card sets! •• Digital Papers by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2014 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Analyzing Primary and Secondary Sources
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Analyzing Primary and Secondary Sources

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Analyzing Primary and Secondary Sources An Introduction to Primary & Secondary Sources: Political Cartoons, Scaffolding Questions, Constructed-Response Questions, and more! FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM This series of activities and examples introduces primary and secondary sources to your students! Included in this resource: • Analyzing Primary & Secondary Sources Cover page • Analyzing Primary & Secondary Sources Cover page for students • What is a document? Explanation page • Problems with Primary Sources explanation and activity • How do I analyze a document? Explanation with example activity • Analyzing Political Cartoons explanation and activity • Answering Constructed-Response Questions explanation and activity • Application/Closing/Higher-Order Thinking Question • Answer Key for Teachers ★ Looking for more introductory lessons and activities in the Social Studies? Find posters, activities, and more here! If you would like more information on how to execute this lesson/activity in your class, please email me at asocialstudieslife@gmail.com. ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Analyzing Primary and Secondary Sources ASSL Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Digital Papers by Erin Bradley Clipart by Melonheadz KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Native Americans - Land Bridge and the First Settlers of the Americas
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Native Americans - Land Bridge and the First Settlers of the Americas

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Native Americans - Land Bridge Aim: How did humans get to the Americas? FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Do Now/Motivation student-centered map-skills questions • The Land Bridge reading passage with scaffolding questions • The Land Bridge graphic organizer • Application/Closing/Higher Order Thinking Questions Students will research how the first humans reached the Americas by the Land Bridge Theory and use their research and analysis of the document to answer scaffolding questions and complete the graphic organizer Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary; writing/discussion based on argument Differentiation: graphic organizer; cooperative (students may work in groups/teams/partner to complete reading questions and graphic organizer) ★★ NOTE: This can be a one or two day lesson depending on the length of time students need for their work - day one can be cooperative, day two can be whole-group discussion -->your discretion !) ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Land Bridge Settlers ASSL •• Digital Papers by Christi Fultz KG Fonts and Kevin/Amanda fonts Clip Art by KERRI'S ART CORNER © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Oregon Trail Reading Passage and Questions *FREEBIE*
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Oregon Trail Reading Passage and Questions *FREEBIE*

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Oregon Trail Reading Passage with Scaffolding Questions FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Cover Page • Oregon Trail reading passage • 4 short answer scaffolding questions Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary, analyzing documents and making conclusions Differentiation: cooperative {students may work in pairs/groups according to teacher's discretion for scaffolding questions} ★ You can find all my Manifest Destiny Unit lessons and activities HERE. ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Oregon Trail FREE ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Digital Papers by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Native Americans Quiz/Test
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Native Americans Quiz/Test

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Native Americans Assessment for A Social Studies Life's Native Americans Unit FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Multiple Choice questions • Document-Based Questions (can be used as a quiz or a test) • Suggested Answer Key ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Native Americans Unit Formal Assessment ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Digital Papers by Christi Fultz KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
American Revolution Battles of Lexington and Concord
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American Revolution Battles of Lexington and Concord

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American Revolution - Battles of Lexington and Concord FOR GOOGLE 1:1 CLASSROOM Aim: How did the American Revolution begin? Included in this resource: • Title page • Primary source excerpt from Ralph Waldo Emerson's hymn sung at the Concord Monument • Beginning Battles graphic organizer • Paul Revere's Midnight Ride • "The War Explodes!" short story with scaffolding questions • Application/Closing/Higher Order thinking question Students will research the causes and effects of the battles at Lexington and Concord; why battles began; outcomes/significance; Paul Revere's Midnight Ride; General Gage ★★ NOTE: The reading and scaffolding questions can be used in a variety of ways. It can be utilized as independent work or completed in cooperative learning groups and then discussed in a whole class setting Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary Differentiation: graphic organizer, cooperative (may work with a partner according to teacher's discretion for questions) ★★ Looking for the printable, pen and paper version of this resource? Find it here! Lexington and Concord ASSL Digital Paper by Lovin Lit and Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
War of 1812
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War of 1812

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War of 1812 - Key Battles and the Effects of the War of 1812 FOR GOOGLE DRIVE Aim: What were the effects of the War of 1812? Digital, 1:1, Interactive Social Studies learning! Included in this product: • Cover Page • Causes of the War of 1812 Do Now graphic organizer • The War of 1812 reading passage with scaffolding graphic organizer outlining the significant battles, events, important people and outcomes - War Begins, 1812 - Battle on Lake Erie - Battle of the Thames - Attack on Washington D.C. and Dolley Madison - Battle of Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland - Battle of New Orleans, Louisiana and General Andrew Jackson - Treaty of Ghent • Effects of the War of 1812 graphic organizer for student completion • Application/Closing/Higher Order Thinking Question • Answer Key for Teachers Students will analyze the close-reading passage to understand the significant events of the War of 1812. Students will complete the graphic organizer based on the reading. Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary, creating arguments with evidence Differentiation: cooperative {students may work in pairs/groups according to teacher's discretion for graphic organizer}; students argue their opinions and make predictions using relevant examples and details from the lesson and their knowledge of social studies. Clip Art by KERRI'S ART CORNER Digital Papers by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2015 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Battles of the American Revolution
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Battles of the American Revolution

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Battles of the American Revolution Lesson FOR GOOGLE 1:1 CLASSROOM Aim: Why did colonists choose sides and why were the battles of the American Revolution important? Included in this resource: • Title page • Americans Divided reading passage with Patriots vs. Loyalists definitions • Sides of the American Revolution graphic organizer • Battles of the American Revolution reading passages with graphic organizer • Answer key/ideas for graphic organizer • Application/Closing/Higher Order thinking question Students will research the importance and significance of the battles of the Revolutionary War: Lexington and Concord, Fort Ticonderoga, Bunker Hill, Battle of Long Island, Trenton & Princeton, Saratoga, Camp at Valley Forge, Yorktown Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary Differentiation: graphic organizer, cooperative (may work with a partner according to teacher's discretion for graphic organizer) ★★ Note: This is usually a two-day lesson, with day one cooperative work and day two whole-group discussion ★★ Looking for the printable, pen and paper version of this resource? Find it here! American Revolution Battles ASSL •• Digital Papers by Lovin Lit and Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Age of Exploration Technology
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Age of Exploration Technology

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Technology during the Age of Exploration Technological Advances during the Age of Exploration Aim: How did new technologies impact exploration? FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Do Now/Motivation student-centered question • Technological Advances Graphic Organizer • Answer Key for Teachers Students will research and analyze the technological advances made during the age of exploration: printing press, navigational schools, astrolabe, magnetic compass, maps, caravels Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary; writing/discussion based on argument Differentiation: graphic organizer; cooperative (students can work with a partner for graphic organizer based upon teacher's discretion) ★★ NOTE: When executing this lesson, I either have the students research these technologies in the computer lab, or using our class-set of textbooks. Whatever works for you! ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Exploration Technology ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Digital Paper by Erin Cobb and Ashley Hughes KG Fonts Clip art by Kerri Webb © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Age of Exploration UNIT BUNDLE
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Age of Exploration UNIT BUNDLE

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Age of Exploration UNIT BUNDLE 10 Lessons, Review, Unit Assessment, Task Cards, Project, Simulation FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this download: 14 resources including lessons, a review packet, and test! A $50.00 VALUE FOR ONLY $40.00!! 20% OFF! This bundle is priced to save you significantly over buying each resource separately! See the links below for full details on each lesson/product included! 1) Motivations for Exploration Google Drive ASSL 2) The Vikings Google Drive ASSL 3) New France, New Spain, New Netherlands Google Drive ASSL 4) Spanish Exploration Google Drive ASSL 5) The Columbian Exchange Google Drive ASSL 6) Christopher Columbus: Hero or Villain? Google Drive ASSL 7) Mercantilism Google Drive ASSL 8) Technological Advances Google Drive ASSL 9) The Growth of Slavery in the Americas: Middle Passage & Triangular Slave Trade Google Drive ASSL 10) The Great Explorers Play Google Drive ASSL 11) Age of Exploration Review Google Drive ASSL 12) Age of Exploration Unit Assessment Google Drive ASSL 13) Age of Exploration Snapshot Activity Google Drive ASSL 14) Age of Exploration Task Cards Google Drive ASSL © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Constitution - Checks and Balances
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Constitution - Checks and Balances

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Constitution - Checks and Balances Checks and Balances Aim: Why is no branch stronger than another? Included in this product: • Title page • Do Now: Student-centered critical thinking question - What is the principle that created the three branches of government? What is its purpose, and why is it important? {separation of powers} • The Separation of Powers & Checks and Balances reading passage with scaffolding questions • The Branches of Government "Check" Each Other Out Activity {can be individual or cooperative activity} • Application/Closing/Higher Order thinking question • Answer Key for Teachers Students will research and understand the role of the concept of checks and balances, and abilities of each branch to check and balance another - they will understand the connection between the branches of government and make their own decision about which branch is the strongest! Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary Differentiation: cooperative {students may work in pairs/groups according to teacher's discretion for activities}; questions are scaffolded; students participate in application scenarios Buy the BUNDLE and SAVE!! •• This product is also included in the Constitution UNIT BUNDLE! •• Patriotic Papers provided by Ashley Hughes Rainbow Tags by Ashley Hughes USA clipart by Educlips KG Fonts © 2014 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, Kansas Nebraska Act, Fugitive Slave Law
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Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, Kansas Nebraska Act, Fugitive Slave Law

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Causes of the Civil War Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Fugitive Slave Law, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe Aim: How did Congress compromise over the issue of slavery? FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Do Now - Primary Source Quote analysis from Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin • 5 documents/reading passages with scaffolding questions - Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Fugitive Slave Law, Uncle Tom's Cabin • Free and Slave States and Territories Map Analysis with Questions • Application/Closing/Higher Order thinking photograph activity - students insert quotes during a Senate debate over slavery • Answer Key for Teachers Students will research, analyze, and use their critical thinking skills to read the documents and complete the scaffolding questions. They will use their inferential skills to make predictions about the successes or failures of the compromises. ★ NOTE: This lesson/activity can be executed in a number of ways. I like to group my students heterogeneously based on learning level and have them walk around the classroom "station" to "station" answering the questions together. This way, you won't have to make copies of the documents for every student. You can also execute a "document pass" with the students passing the documents group to group with them remaining stationary. Yours to execute how you would like! Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary Differentiation: scaffolding questions, common core aligned reading analysis, close reading, cooperative (may work with a partner(s) according to teacher's discretion for scaffolding questions and activities); reading passages are leveled (lower levels and higher levels) ★ You can find all of my Civil War lessons and activities HERE! Updated 041916 ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Slavery Compromises ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Cover page digital paper by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Abolitionists, Wilmot Proviso, Free Soil Party, William Lloyd Garrison
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Abolitionists, Wilmot Proviso, Free Soil Party, William Lloyd Garrison

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Causes of the Civil War Abolitionists, William Lloyd Garrison, Free Soil Party, Wilmot Proviso, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman Aim: How did people begin to resist slavery? FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Do Now Student constructed response: What are three ways people resist or fight against a war or decision that they do not like? • William Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator primary source document analysis with corresponding scaffolding questions • Abolitionist quote activity with corresponding scaffolding questions • Wilmot Proviso and Free-Soil Party reading passage with scaffolding questions • Abolitionist Matching Activity • Application/Closing/Higher Order thinking cartoon activity - students draw cartoons from the perspective of an abolitionist • Answer Key for Teachers Students will read and analyze the beliefs of abolitionists during the period before the Civil War, read and analyze the provisions of the Wilmot Proviso and the effectual creation of the Free-Soil Party. Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary Differentiation: scaffolding questions, common core aligned reading analysis, close reading, cooperative (may work with a partner(s) according to teacher's discretion for scaffolding questions and activities) ★ You can find all of my Civil War lessons and activities HERE! ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Abolition and the Crusade Against Slavery ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Cover page digital paper by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Civil War - Union and Confederacy Compared
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Civil War - Union and Confederacy Compared

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Civil War - Comparing the Union and Confederacy Reading Passage, Scaffolding Questions, Vocabulary FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Aim: Comparing the Union and Confederacy Included in this resource: • Title page • Union and Confederacy Compared reading passage with corresponding scaffolding questions • Vocabulary - students define important terms from the reading • Suggested Answer Key for Teachers Students will read, research, analyze, and critically think to answer questions based on their knowledge of the Civil War and Social Studies. ★ NOTE: I use this reading passage and activity with my lower-level reading students in grades 7 and 8. Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary, argument Differentiation: cooperative (may work with a partner(s) according to teacher’s discretion for scaffolding questions and activities) ★ You can find all of my Civil War lessons and activities HERE! ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Union and Confederacy Compared ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Cover page digital paper by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Civil War Test
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Civil War Test

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Civil War Unit Test/Exam Unit Test/Exam A Social Studies Life’s Civil War Unit Version #2 (37 Questions) FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Title page • Key Terms • Legislation recognition • Multiple Choice • Graphic Organizer • Document Analysis • Suggested Answer Key for Teachers ★ NOTE: This is version #2 of Civil War formal assessments included in A Social Studies Life’s unit plan (the difference in the versions being the questions asked). You can find alternate versions as well all ASSL’s Civil War Unit lessons and activities HERE! ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Civil War Assessment Version #2 ASSL •• Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Cover page digital paper by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Industrial Revolution Snapshot Foldable Project
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Industrial Revolution Snapshot Foldable Project

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Industrial Revolution Snapshot Foldable Project FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM Included in this resource: • Cover Page • IR Snapshot Foldable Task Sheet and Reminders for students • Foldable template • IR Snapshot Foldable Rubric • Directions for teacher (to give to your students) with images • The completed foldable images (to show you what the end result should be) Do your students LOVE Snapchat?? This foldable/project is a great way for them to create "snapshots" of the causes/effects of the Industrial Revolution! Students will create a collection of snapshots from the study of the Industrial Revolution unit. The snapshot foldable booklet will include: • Title and illustration on the cover • One “snapshot” that must include a COLORED ILLUSTRATION exemplifying a GSPIRE (Geography, Social, Political, Intellectual, Religious, or Economic) Cause/Aspect of the Industrial Revolution • Two “snapshots” that must include COLORED ILLUSTRATIONS exemplifying two GSPIRE (Geography, Social, Political, Intellectual, Religious, or Economic) Effects/Aspects of the Industrial Revolution • Next to/underneath each image, write a paragraph (at least 5 sentences) explaining the image and why it was an important aspect to the Industrial Revolution • Illustration on the back page of the booklet that summarizes the Industrial Revolution unit This foldable project can be given as in an in-class assignment/assessment or a homework assignment. It is up to teacher's discretion. ★★ Looking for the pen and paper, hard-copy version of this resource? Find it here! Industrial Revolution Snapshot Project ASSL Digital, 1:1, interactive Social Studies learning! Digital Papers by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2012 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.
Constitution - Six Principles of the Constitution
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Constitution - Six Principles of the Constitution

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United States Constitution Six Principles of the Constitution Aim: What are the main principles of the Constitution? Included in this product: • Title page • Do Now: How the Government Affects Us student-centered question & student-created cartoon • Discussion of the definition of "principle" • Six Principles of the Constitution boxes for student notes • Six Principles of the Constitution PowerPoint Slideshow/Answer Key for Teachers to aid in whole-group discussion Students will research and understand the meaning of a principle and discuss the six principles of the U.S. Constitution: popular sovereignty, limited government, federalism, separation of powers, checks and balances, flexibility Adheres to Social Studies Common Core Standards - research, application, literacy, vocabulary Differentiation: auditory/visual Buy the BUNDLE and SAVE!! •• This product is also included in the Constitution UNIT BUNDLE! •• Patriotic Papers provided by Ashley Hughes KG Fonts © 2014 A Social Studies Life For personal use only. Duplication for an entire school, an entire school system, or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. Please have other teachers purchase their own copy. If you are a school or district interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide quote.