History. The student understands important issues, events, and individuals in the United States during the 20th and 21st centuries. The student is expected to:
Craft a chronological timeline for students to model the progression of events during the Industrial Revolution.
Introduce students to the people and events of the American civil rights movement with this 17-slide PowerPoint presentation.
Read, write, and discover facts about the women’s rights movement with a reading passage and comprehension worksheet pack.
Create a pennant banner for students to record and display their biography research.
Use this cloze reading passage to boost academic vocabulary and teach your students about World War 2.
Craft a chronological timeline for students to visually model the events leading up to, during, and after the Holocaust.
Learn fun facts about Susan B. Anthony with a differentiated comprehension passage and assessment.
Learn about life and society during the women’s suffrage movement with a Google Slides interactive notebook.
Use this cloze reading passage to boost academic vocabulary and teach your students about the Great Depression.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a differentiated comprehension passage and worksheet about Women’s Suffrage.
Build academic vocabulary skills with an illustrated Industrial Revolution vocabulary word wall.
Apply a range of reading comprehension strategies to learn about Martin Luther King, Jr.
Craft an illustrated timeline for students to visually explore the major events in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life.
Blend reading, writing, and history concepts surrounding the Industrial Revolution with a constructed response worksheet and graphic organizer.
Use this nonfiction printable mini book and cloze guided notes sheet to teach your students about the Great Depression.
Learn facts about Benjamin Franklin with an informational reading and writing activity focusing on the constructed response format.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy and discover the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights with a passage, organizer, and prompt.
Demonstrate learning about the major events and leaders who helped end segregation in the United States during the Civil Rights Movement with a brochure project.
Use this nonfiction constructed response worksheet to teach your students about the Great Depression.
Learn fun facts about Elizabeth Cady Stanton with a differentiated comprehension passage and assessment.
Increase academic vocabulary with a Great Depression word search.
Learn about the Women’s Rights movement with a Women’s Suffrage Flip Book.
Integrate reading, writing, and world history with a group of Holocaust reading passages, comprehension questions, and writing worksheets.
Blend reading and social studies content with a printable set of World War 1 Reading Passages and accompanying question sets.
Craft an chronological timeline for students to visually model the events occurring during the Civil Rights Movement.
Learn about the most influential female leaders during the Women’s Rights movement with an engaging instructional slide deck.
Read and learn about Franklin Delano Roosevelt with a reading passage and comprehension questions.
Lead your students through one of the darkest periods in human history with an instructional slide deck about the Holocaust.
Demonstrate learning about the history of Black History Month with a brochure project.
Build academic vocabulary skills with an illustrated World War 2 vocabulary word wall.
Build academic vocabulary skills with a Roaring Twenties word search for middle school students.
Engage your students and help them discover what life was like during the Great Depression with a digital interactive notebook activity.