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Teacher ideas for the history, social studies classroom

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Are you looking for ways to ignite your students' curiosity about the election process? During election season is when all students become naturally curious about what’s going on in the news, who the candidates are, and what each candidate believes. To capitalize on this natural curiosity, I want to share five proven ways to keep your students engaged, and excited to learn, during the presidential election season. #2020Elections #PresidentialElections #USGovernment Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Us Presidential Elections, Teaching American History, Election Process, Democrats And Republicans, Political Spectrum

5 Ways to Keep Your Students Engaged During This Presidential Election Season

Teaching about the upcoming Presidential election is always an exciting time for any teacher. While Democrat candidate Joe Biden and Republican incumbent Donald Trump are sure to keep the political issues alive, students are ready and eager to learn. Keep your students active and engaged in the political process with these amazing lesson ideas for your middle school or high school classroom!

Doable lesson ideas to challenge students to explore political party platforms and their own party affiliation in your high school government & civics classroom.

Your Guide To Teaching Political Party Ideologies

Doable lesson ideas to challenge students to explore political party platforms and their own party affiliation in your high school government & civics classroom.

Project based learning for social studies class.

Marking History, Making History | MyPBLWorks

History is a process of interpretation and perspective-taking. In this project, students research the history of their home community or region and use primary source materials to learn about the experiences and perspectives of multiple community members (e.g., indigenous people, immigrants, colonists, enslaved people, people of different class backgrounds) in relation to particular events.

Supply or Demand? - Be your best teacher! Teaching Economics, Social Studies Classroom, Financial Literacy, Best Teacher, Classroom Management, Presentation, Study, School, Dyi

Supply or Demand? - Be your best teacher!

Need an online activity for your remote economics class? Try this interactive, drag and drop game for supply and demand! Click on the question card in the picture below and drag it to the correct supply or demand bucket. Ten questions in all. If you need a standalone URL for your Google Classroom click here.… Continue reading →

Have you been looking for ways to incorporate culture into your classroom? Children deserve to be provided with opportunities that highlight the diversity and beauty the world has to offer! Click to check out 10 unique ways your students can be a guest in other cultures. #MulticulturalClassroom #ClassroomCulture #TeachingCulture #ELL #ESL Diversity In The Classroom, Multicultural Classroom, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Vocabulary Activities, Classroom Community, Spanish Activities, Preschool Worksheets, Classroom Team Building Activities

10 Ways to Promote Culture in the Classroom

Are you looking for ways to incorporate culture in the classroom? Keep reading to check out 10 ways your students can be a guest in other cultures!

Historical Scene Investigation contains thirteen cases in which students analyze "clues" found in primary sources in order to form a conclusion to each investigation. History Teachers, Teaching History, Co Teaching, Teaching English, Cult Of Pedagogy, Social Studies Classroom, Instructional Coaching, Primary Sources, Environmental Education

Historical Scene Investigations - A Great Way to Get Students to Use Primary Sources

Historical Scene Investigation is one of my favorite resources for U.S. History teachers and students. I've used it and referred people to...

Race-related issues impact all of us, inside school and out. How can we have productive, healthy conversations with students about these issues? Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Inside Schools, Social Studies Classroom, Classroom Games, Cult Of Pedagogy, Education Reform

Talking About Race in School: An Interview with José Vilson | Cult of Pedagogy

Race-related issues impact all of us, inside school and out. How can we have productive, healthy conversations with students about these issues?

Teach ANY cartoon, historical or modern, using this one easy strategy. Includes step-by-step instructions and tips that you can start using tomorrow in your high school history or civics class… More Social Studies Notebook, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, History Education, Teaching Secondary

A No-Fail Strategy to Using Political Cartoons in Your Government or Civics Class

Analyze political cartoons in your U.S. History or Government classroom using the effective POPES strategy, plus tips and a list of the best digital cartoon collections.

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Google Classroom American History Assignments

An overview of the US History digital notebooks, worksheets, lessons, and unit guide packets teachers can use in Google Classroom.

Learn Everything You Need to Know About Elections in The USA (FREE unit study) - free-homeschool-unit-study-about-elections-and-voting - Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling Resources, Learning Time, Teaching Activities, Home Schooling, Unit Studies, The Unit

Teaching About the Elections in the USA - FREE Unit Study Ideas

Teaching about the presidential elections process? Even if you're just teaching U.S. forms of government, this free unit study will help.

Get your Project-Based Learning questions answered with this in-depth guide written by a full-time PBL high school social studies teacher. Packed with been-there advice and tips for creating your first PBL unit! Social Studies Classroom, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Classroom Teacher, Classroom Ideas, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Teaching Government, World History Teaching

Your Guide to Project Based Learning in a Social Studies Classroom

Practical tips and real examples from a US history and Civics classroom teacher who’s gone PBL.

World History Classroom Activities & Lessons! - Everything you need to teach World History! Our complete curriculum includes lesson plans, videos, - World History Projects, World History Facts, World History Classroom, World History Teaching, World History Lessons, History Education, History Teachers, History Memes, History Interactive Notebook

World History Classroom Activities & Lessons!

An overview of all 24 units included in the Students of History curriculum for World History, covering ancient civilizations to the modern world.

If you have been considering a study on the election process now is the time! We are in an election year.This lapbook teaches all about the election process. Us Election, Teaching Election, Teaching Government, Student Teaching, Presidential Election, Homeschool Curriculum Reviews, Homeschooling Resources, Study History, History Class

Teaching About the U.S. Election Process - Joy in the Journey

If you have been considering a study on the election process now is the time! We are in an election year.This lapbook teaches all about the election process.

Learn how to make an interactive and engaging distance learning activity utilizing student choice! Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Marketing Strategies, Marketing Plan, Business Marketing, Content Marketing, Internet Marketing, People Reading, Teaching Technology

How to Make a Choice Board on Google Slides — Bespoke ELA

This tutorial walks you through how to set up a student choice board using Google Slides. Teachers can integrate student choice into their curriculums and lesson plans with choice boards for projects, test reviews, or even class activities. Google Slides make it easy to link to websites, webpages, and other slides within the presentation in order to set up the choice board.

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World War 2 Battles Sketch Notes Sheet

This sketch notes sheet is perfect for teaching WW2 Battles for U.S. History, World History, or World Geography. Have students fill in the blanks for each section. I suggest having them add color either while going through the notes or after. From the feedback students and teachers have given me, ...

How I Teach Grade Social Studies - History Memes - - History memes are engaging for students and help to show students' understanding of history! The post How I Teach Grade Social Studies appeared first on Gag Dad. Social Studies Textbook, 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, Library Activities, Fun Activities, Teaching American History, American History Lessons

History Meme Project for Students

Do you speak meme? Our students certainly do! I find myself browsing memes more often than I should. I even have a small (but growing) stash of them saved on my phone. A meme is