A print of an 1828 prison ship with convicts being rowed out to it.

Cooke, Edward William, Prison-ship in Portsmouth Harbour, convicts going aboard [picture]

Adaptable to other countries, a unit about the British colonization of Australia. Assessment ideas are in a grid of Bloom's taxonomy & multiple intelligences. | #teaching #history #colonisation

Labor union pros and cons essay topics By lobbying for better working conditions, employee/employer relations, and fair wages, labor unions strive to protect the welfare of working class individuals.

WebQuest: Stage 3 and 4 Early Colonisation of Australia in 1788: The impact it had on Aboriginal and English Settlers before and after the arrival of the First FLeet: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker

WebQuest: Stage 3 and 4 Early Colonisation of Australia in The impact it had on Aboriginal and English Settlers before and after the arrival of the First FLeet: created with Zunal WebQuest Maker

Crash Course is my savior. Guess how I studied for the regents? crash course. The host/teacher for world history is John Green and for biology it is Hank Green. They're brothers who are extremely smart. Also, there's a bit of humor in their videos, so it's interesting to watch even if you're not studying for a test. CHECK THEM OUT :D

The Amazing Life and Strange Death of Captain Cook: Crash Course World History Video - Teach, Assess, Analyze with the Largest Resource Catalog

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