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A fun and creative way for your students to show what they know about Ancient Roman religion, society, & politics and how it's all connected.

Ancient Rome Religion, Society, & Politics ABC Story Project

This product can be used as a final project on your study of Ancient Rome, or as a formative assessment to use after discussing religion, society, & politics within Ancient Rome.Students create an ABC Story explaining the role and impact of religion on Ancient Roman society & politics.A grea...

This is an amazing four-day presidential role infographic project. I placed my students into heterogeneous groups and assigned each group a role. They had to research the purpose of that role, give modern-day examples of that role, and historical examples of that presidential role. They then presented their roles to the class. It made for a fun week of project presentations.

Presidential Roles Infographic Project - Not Another History Teacher

This is an amazing four-day presidential role infographic project. I placed my students into heterogeneous groups and assigned each group a role. They had to research the purpose of that role, give modern-day examples of that role, and historical examples of that presidential role.

Updated to accommodate for distance learning. Have your students create a one pager that showcases their learning about the Constitution & Citizen's Rights & Responsibilities.

Citizens Rights & Responsibilites One Pager Project

After learning about the U.S. Constitution & Citizens' Rights and Responsibilities, students will be able to do this one pager activity with materials found in their home.Students will analyze information given to them from their teacher to create an amazing poster that showcases their learning.

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Causes of World War I Simulation

This is a fun simulation that introduces WW1. It explains all 4 causes along with the assassination that is the direct cause. You divide your class into groups and each is a "fake" country (all 6 European countries are given fake names). They receive information about what is going on in Europe and ...

25 Bell Ringers to help teach your 6th to 12th grade students about historic women all while practicing historical thinking skills.

Women's History Bell Ringer Activities

Have your students research women from the past and the present with these Women's History Bell Ringers. There are 25 Bell Ringers that test students' historical thinking, writing, and creative skills. ...

365 Questions For A Better You: the February Edition - Debbie Rodrigues

And it’s already time for the 365 Questions For A Better You the February edition. Let’s continue reflecting on ourselves to grow and improve.

Ideas for World History classes to incorporate Black History into their classrooms by using the Kingdoms of Africa.

10 Ideas for Teaching Kingdoms of Africa

The first post about Black History Month ideas dives into Kingdoms of Africa. Africa provides historical background for black history worldwide.

medievalpoc: “ Geertgen tot Sint-Jans The Adoration of the Magi (detail) Netherlands (c. 1480) Oil on Panel,91.6 × 71.8 cm. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam ”

People of Color in European Art History

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A Lesson Plan for Teachers - Social Studies Advice & Resources by Michele Luck

Social Studies Advice & Resources by Michele Luck

Books About History's Geniuses

Book Discussions in the Classroom - 23 Teacher Tips Using evidence based terms in reading. #teachingreading

23 Teacher Tips for Asking Better Questions About Books

The way to engage your students in classroom book discussions is to simply ask great questions. But that’s easier said than done.

Accountable talk :Velcro these babies to desks. I introduced accountable talk by telling my kids that the sky is green and the ground is blue. They had so much fun disagreeing with me and the discussion allowed us to practice all of the sentence stems in a funny yet meaningful way. We take these cards to the carpet, to our centers, and they have a permanent home on our desks. These desk tags are from @miss5th  #teachersofinstagram

Create Inspire Teach on Instagram: “Total teacher hack: Velcro these babies to desks. I introduced a

418 Likes, 16 Comments - Create Inspire Teach (@create_inspire_teach) on Instagram: “Total teacher hack: Velcro these babies to desks. I introduced accountable talk by telling my kids…”

Economics | Economics Lessons | Economics notes | Economics art | Economics basics | Websites for students | Economics websites for Collage students | Websites for teachers  Here is a list of websites where you can learn Economics as a student or you can prepare lectures if you are a teacher. There are both free and paid websites for students.

Best Websites to learn Economics.

Find Best websites to learn and improve economics

Discussion Strategies and Accountable Talk in the Classroom

Discussion Strategies and Accountable Talk in the Classroom

Use discussion Strategies and accountable talk to give all students the opportunity to share and engaged in classroom discussions and conversations. Go beyond "Turn and Talk."

Step by step strategy for incorporating Socratic Seminar in your Social Studies classes.

Beginners Guide: Socratic Seminar in Social Studies

Socratic Seminar allows teachers to teach civil discourse to students in a controlled way. Here is how to set up Socratic Seminar for your students!

These posters are an engaging way for students to show what they know about the Constitutional Convention. Two versions of the poster are included! #thethinktank #teacherspayteachers #constitutionalconvention

The Constitutional Convention Comprehension Posters

These posters are an engaging way for students to show what they know about the US Constitutional Convention. Two versions of the poster are included! RELATED RESOURCESUS Constitution and US History Social Media TemplatesRemember to rate this product and provide feedback to earn TpT credits towards ...