Looking for an engaging way to teach the Trail of Tears? These Trail of Tears doodle notes from History Gal are a students favorite! Your and grade students will enjoy learning about this piece of Native American and US Hist
Student goal sheet for tests. High school US history . Students have to color code and bar graph their results. I have been doing this with my kids for the past few years and it really keeps the kids motivated
Make your STAAR review time FUN and ACTIVE! Purchase this US History STAAR Review Game – California Gold Rush to review the ENTIRE YEAR of US History from Colonization through Reconstruction. Each of the review activities in the game is designed to review key content and to practice skills necessary for dual coded questions. This game can be played during your STAAR review week, in after school tutorials, small group instruction or even a Saturday STAAR Blitz!
Project Based Learning Packet for ALL of US History
This awesome packet for bringing Project Based Learning (PBL) in your US History classes will be life-changing! PBL brings real world experiences into the classroom to make lessons more meaningful and engaging for students.
Tom Richey's World History and US history site (AWESOME) Full of PowerPoints, and more This site is has a ton of resources for history teachers. I could use the powerpoints and videos as references for my own lessons.
Teach students to identify and avoid plagiarizing in their writing. This resource from The Reading and Writing Haven has teacher lecture materials and guided practice activities to help middle and high school students distinguish between plagiarizing, sum
Using Stations to Engage Secondary Students: 3 Ways to Incorporate Movement Into Learning