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Teach ANY cartoon, historical or modern, using this one easy strategy. Includes step-by-step instructions and tips that you can start using tomorrow in your high school history or civics class. Plus, grab a FREE print-and-go handout and lesson using this no-fail strategy. #politicalcartoons #civics #government
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This wonderful resource shows teachers you how to apply Sam Wineburg’s approach to the classroom, Reading Like a Historian, to spark students’ curiosity and improve reading skills. Every chapter includes an introductory essay to set the stage– beginning with the the age of exploration and colonization and ending with the dramatic events surrounding the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Nine fun and creative Industrial Revolution writing and research projects. From thinking about a world without Thomas Edison to writing from a child worker's point of view to creating factory worker ads, your students will gain a better understanding of this important time in history. A print and go rubric and Industrial Revolution timeline is included. No-Prep, Just Print and Go!$
Teaching students about primary and secondary sources is important in the context of historical thinking. Students who can be active consumers of primary sources enable themselves to view historical events from multiple perspectives and get to know all sides of the story with limited bias (hopefully.)