Causes of American Revolution Gallery Walk

Causes of American Revolution Gallery Walk

Get your students up and moving around the room to discover the causes of the American Revolution. Students will use the attached worksheet to follow the Power Point Posters that you display around the room. (Also included) Playing music during this activity is a welcome alternative to a quiet classroom for kids! The Power Point Slides that you print into full page posters are colorful, attractive and precise.
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Operation Next Year/Back To School

Operation Next Year/Back To School

This adorable bundle includes: 1. Operation: End of School Year Student Advise sheet for NEXT years students. 2. Operation: Back to school Student Questionnaire Questions connected to Game parts are: 1. Tell me about what is near and dear to your heart. (What do you love?) 2. WRITE about your GOALS this school year. 3. What is your WISH for this class? 4. What are FUN things you do in your spare time? 5. How do you like to learn? How can I help you learn?
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Teacher End of School Year Kit

Teacher End of School Year Kit

This awesome bundle contains the following: 1. Parents Thank You Letters: 4 styles to choose from. It is the same letter with different backgrounds. These come in PDF and word files so you can EDIT them. (Sold Separately in my store Here) 2. A Student Thank You Letter in PDF and EDITABLE Word Doc. 3. Student Self Reflections in 3 different styles with modified questions on each. 4. Class Expectations Poster 5. Advise for next years students sheet. 6. "Operation Next Year" (Operation Game themed) Advise for next year sheet
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Secondary Back to School Kit with Social Studies Emphasis

Secondary Back to School Kit with Social Studies Emphasis

This awesome bundle is an excellent BACK TO SCHOOL KIT! Most of it can be used across all Secondary subjects. All of it is EDITABLE. FREE UPDATES FOR LIFE! Kit includes: 4 editable syllabus of different styles Operation Back to School Student Questions Worksheet Pokemon Get to Know You Questions Worksheet Customized Class Coupon Creative Homework Pass Unique Multi - Class Hallway Pass Meaningful parent and student back to school letters A Student Interest Inventory A TAKE HOME Detention form (VERY UNIQUE reflection - behavior intervention) Telephone Call Documentation Form NEW: ALL 10 POSTERS now INCLUDED from my Unique history posters, sold separately in my store ***MOST of this material can be used for ANY CONTENT! *Note- I have the kept the wording “as is” from my own syllabus to ensure that the document was easy to understand. You WILL need to edit this document before you use it to reflect your personal information, course name, grade level, textbook that you’re using, etc
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Dawes, Homestead and Morrill Acts Illustrated

Dawes, Homestead and Morrill Acts Illustrated

TIMER SAVER for covering these three Reconstruction Acts. This assignment comes with 3 video links that illustrate how to create easy to remember icons for each one of these acts. YOU WILL LOVE THE CUTE MEMORY TECHNIQUES! Students remember best after sketching images of their learning. The definitions of each act are on the worksheet. Students can work independently or you can watch the videos to teach yourself how to illustrate this lesson while your students follow you. Finally, students critically think by putting all three acts on the triple venn diagram to compare and contrast each act.
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Parent Thank You letters

Parent Thank You letters

This purchase includes 4 letters or posters. This thank you letter is written in a unique poster style. Give your parents gratitude at the end of your school year with this colorful and thoughtful gift. **FOUR different styles to choose from! Each in PDFand EDITABLE word documents.
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Class Syllabus

Class Syllabus

This Info-graphic style syllabus brings class info to life! Are you a new middle school or high school teacher? Are you confused on how to design a syllabus? Now you can use my syllabus as a template and change as much or as little of it as you want! Since this is a .docx file, it is completely editable! My syllabus was written for a middle school history class, but it can easily be adapted for any secondary grade level or subject. It includes a section on: Curriculum Textbooks Course Materials Absentee Policy Homework Policy Grading Policy Classroom Rules and Discipline Policy Class Web Site Contact Information
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Jay's and Pinckney's Treaty Readers Theatre

Jay's and Pinckney's Treaty Readers Theatre

This ORIGINAL and engaging readers theater will bring this typically boring material to life. Students become excited and enthusiastic about reading when they are presented with the opportunity to participate in Readers Theater. The ideal way to use this play is to put students in groups of 4 so they all have a part to read. Print copies for each students or read off of your website/google drive. A Student Reflections sheet keeps students engaged and accountable for what they are learning.
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Three Crucial Court Cases

Three Crucial Court Cases

Need a fast way to cover Marbury V. Madison, Gibbons v Ogden, and McCulloch v. Maryland? TIME SAVER....excellent cartoons with short and clear explanation that include a description of 1. The Court Case. 2. The Ruling 3. The Significance. Each case follows with 2 critical thinking questions. You can cover this material all in 1 class period or break it up into daily warm ups.
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Bill of Rights hand Game

Bill of Rights hand Game

This HIGHLY engaging lesson teaches the students the Bill of Rights using hand gestures as memory tricks. Teacher can watch the included video and learn the techniques and then teach the class or you can flip the classroom. IT IS WAY MORE FUN FOR YOU TO TEACH THIS AND HAVE YOUR STUDENTS REPEAT after you each hand gesture as a class. A fill in the blank guided worksheet keeps students on track. Finally, students will summarize each amendment in their own words. A WORD BANK is included on the student copy. Teacher KEY included.
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SuperHero Exit Tickets

SuperHero Exit Tickets

These fun and creative Exit tickets are superhero themed. There are 8 different styles of exit tickets. The last two pages include emoji exit tickets and numerical ratings exit tickets. **Customize each for entrance or exit tickets **Differentiate your lessons **Use for formative Assessments
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Emoji Exit Tickets

Emoji Exit Tickets

These fun and creative Exit tickets are emoji themed. They are great for early finishers and also provide you with great feedback to assess student progression in your lesson that you can then use to plan differentiated lessons to suit their needs. **Customize each for entrance or exit tickets **Differentiate your lessons **Use for formative Assessments
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George Washington's Accomplishments

George Washington's Accomplishments

Not only did George Washington lead our new country to independence, he is also considered to be one of our greatest presidents. No one had ever been president before and almost everything that President Washington did set a precedent, or example, for other presidents to follow. In this assignment, students will do the following: Student ASSIGNMENT: 1. Look over this list and choose two of Washington’s accomplishments that you feel are the most important. 2. Use pictures (use very few words, if any) to symbolically represent these accomplishments. Draw the pictures within the picture of George Washington. 3. Outside of this picture, write down why you chose these two accomplishments as the most important. Write two paragraphs, one for each accomplishment that you have chosen. Each paragraph should be at least two paragraphs long.
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Bill of Rights Illustrated

Bill of Rights Illustrated

Students will first define each Bill. Then after teacher reviews each bill students will make corrections. Finally, space is provided for students to ILLUSTRATE each amendment in the Bill of Rights.
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Hurdles of Washington's Presidency

Hurdles of Washington's Presidency

Purpose: build student background knowledge about the events, problems, and issues that the early republic faced during Washington’s presidency. Overview: Students summarize reading passages about issues and government responses during Washington’s presidency and create visuals. Essential Question: How did Washington overcome the “hurdles” of his presidency? Purchase contains: 1-Short Background Reading 2 - STRUCTURE OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH 3 - ROLE OF THE JUDICIAL BRANCH 4 - UNSTABLE ECONOMIC SYSTEM 5 - TAXATION 6- FOREIGN CONFLICTS 7 - TRANSFER OF POWER TO A NEW EXECUTIVE **Lesson could be turned into learning stations or a gallery walk. **"Hurdle" Exit ticket/formative asessment included
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