Are you looking for a way to utilize technology in class? Maybe you want to take your class to the computer lab for the day or let them get online with their phones. This is a SIMPLE way to use technology in class and help your students understand a vital part of American history, the
Here are your FREE bell ringer activities… Simply download pdf version below. You can print this out for students or simply project them on a board. This resource is 100% FREE! 🙂 Or Click here: Black History Bell Ringers PDF FORMAT In the 1920s, historian Carter Godwin Woodson selected the second week of February as
One hundred years ago, in 1918, the greatest conflict the world had ever seen up to that time achieved an armistice. This year, on 11/11/18, we will celebrate the 100 year end of the Great War. This unit you teach is vital for students to understand the global structure of the world and the events that
Whenever you start a school year, the first day is so important! Based on your district’s calendar, you will get to spend an entire semester or an entire school year with your students. We asked our ushistoryteachers.com facebook community to explain some strategies they use for the first day. Here is a sample of what
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What’s up fellow history teachers. I’m teaching the civil war this week. I thought I’d share some of my favorite Civil War worksheets and Civil War activities. At the end I’ll also tell you how you can get a copy of my civil war test. I love the civil war, it’s one of my favorite
Did you know that New Year’s was not always celebrated on January 1st? History.com has a great video that explains why we celebrate New Year’s on January 1st today. This would be a great video to show to your class after Christmas Break! (Great way to kill those 1st 10 minutes back!).
Need some great resources for Black History Month? Here are some AWESOME free ones! Click the links or images to check them out! – Black History Month @ The History Channel http://www.history.com/topics/black-history/black-history-month Tons of articles, videos, pictures, speaches, and more! The videos are hosted on the History channel website, so should work in most classrooms!
Here is a free Bell Ringer on the Age of Exploration (13 Colonies Worksheet)! Click the link or the picture to download this free US History Worksheet! 01-Bell-Ringer-The-Virginia-Colony.pdf CONTENTS: Opening Activity: The Virginia Colony Copyright, © USHistoryTeachers.com All Rights Reserved. Answers: 1. Why do you think these colonies all bordered the Atlantic Ocean? Explain.
Here is a free copy of our Columbian Exchange PowerPoint (PDF Format) This PowerPoint presentation covers The Columbian Exchange, Hernando Cortez conquest of the Aztecs, and the 16th century rivalry between England and Spain. – This resource belongs to our Age of Exploration and Colonization Day 02 of 11 lesson plan Click this link for opening