Middle school history
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Middle school history. Get inspired and try out new things.
Teaching history with primary sources is a great way to build your students' historical thinking skills. If you want to bring in more primary sources but struggle with where to start, check out these helpful tips to make using primary sources easier in your Middle School Social Studies classroom. #socialstudies #middleschool #historicalthinking #primarysources
An overview of the engaging resources for Civics, World, or US History that are all included with a subscription to Students of History.
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This pacing guide for your American History curriculum plans out the whole year for your middle school or high school class. Perfect for US History Part 1, 2, or the whole thing.
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Hollywood has pushed out some impressive historical dramas. Here are some great quality historical movies for junior high and high school, under R.
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If you're looking for US History Worksheets for your High School or Middle School classroom, check out these, which all include a PDF with answer key and digital option.
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Make your history class lesson plans engaging and fun with these top 10 ideas. Use these middle school and high school history class lessons today.
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An overview of the printable PDF and Google Doc timeline activities included in packets for every unit in the Students of History US History curriculum.
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As a Social Studies teacher, I’m obsessed with having my students think critically about the topic of History. Still, it’s difficult to have students think critically without some background knowledge. Therefore, I’ve taken on the task of making sure that my students gain background knowledge with a variety of activities and tasks. It has been a process for me to develop those strategies. I thought I might share some of those strategies here to inspire you to think about the classroom…
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SIMULATIONS | 7 WAYS TO STEP AWAY FROM THE LECTURE PODIUM & REVITALIZE YOUR SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSROOM - Brainy Apples
Guide to using Social Studies Simulations to step away from the lecture podium and engage your students with hands-on history activities.
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