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U.S. History STAAR Review

Active History Teacher

Cup Stacking Races – I review the Eras of US History with this game. 8th grade US History and 11th Grade US History are ready to print and play! Join The Active History Teacher Community! History STAAR Review appeared first on Active History Teacher. If not, we erase and discuss hwy. I’d love to hear!

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Everything You Need to Teach World History Easily

A Lesson Plan for Teachers

Organizing to Save You Time If you teach World History, I can imagine you are simply tired. In this post, you will find links to everything I can think you may need for teaching World History. Over time, I plan to add […] The post Everything You Need to Teach World History Easily appeared first on A Lesson Plan for Teachers.

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Using Podcasts in the US History Classroom

Active History Teacher

I knew podcasts were a valuable tool for learning, but I needed to find just the right podcasts for my US History classroom. Here are my favorite (so far) podcasts to use in my US History classroom. American History Tellers. It’s definatly for ALL US History classes, not for just AP. Go subscribe for this one!

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Decades Project for US History

Active History Teacher

Have you ever assigned a decades project for your US History class? You’ve finished your US History curriculum and need something engaging for students to go as an end of the year project? It’s time to try a US History end of the year decades project! Join The Active History Teacher Community! Are you like me?

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How I use Hexagonal Thinking in my US History Classroom

Active History Teacher

Hexagonal Thinking is a game changing activity when it comes to US History Review time! If you are looking for a way to have your students make connections between concepts in US History and think critically in a hands-on, active way, it’s time to try Hexagonal Thinking! Join The Active History Teacher Community!

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Awesome YouTube Channels for World History

World History Teachers Blog

Here is a terrific list of YouTube channels from a history site called History Skills that specializes in different periods of history. One channel that I particularly like specializes in World War 1. Another channel specializes in Islamic empires like the Mughals and the golden age of the Ummayad empire.

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People’s History of Memorial Day

Zinn Education Project

Memorial Day Massacre Check out the documentary and companion oral history collection, Memorial Day Massacre: Workers Die, Film Buried about the 1937 Memorial Day Massacre, when police in Chicago shot at and gassed a peaceful gathering of striking steelworkers and their supporters, killing 10 people, most of them shot in the back. “The

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