Middle School History
Digital Escape Room, A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens, Fun for the Holidays!
Escape The Unopened Letter! A Christmas Carol Digital Escape Room is an innovative breakout game that allows teachers and students to engage in escape room fun, enjoy the 360° view, and have the VR option. Your students will feel like they are actually in Ebenezer Scrooge's house and in his dreams on Christmas Eve! Your students won't see this Dickens classic like this anywhere else. #achristmascarol #englishteacher
The Ultimate Guide to Middle School Literature
We have a fondness for great literature, so we gathered a number of wonderful resources here in our Ultimate Guide to Middle School Literature. Wide variety of reading genres, perfect for teens. Homeschool book club ideas and activities too. Get tweens and teens talking about books and world views. Classic books, fantasy, adventure, biographies, personal growth, etc.
Classroom Display: Great Quotes about History
(5) In the subject of history, perspectives should always be regarded as a crucial foundation to history. Sometimes, school textbooks may not have all the information required to convey an effective lesson. Students should always be encourage to look outside the box and acknowledge other historical perspectives, while remaining in reasonable means.
World War I PowerPoint - WWI PowerPoint / Google Slides w/Video Clip Links (WW1)
World War I PowerPoint with video clips and presenter notes covers the the atmosphere of Europe leading up the the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand all the way to the Treaty of Versailles. This 25 slide PowerPoint packed with beautiful graphics, engaging video clips and presenter notes that aid your understanding of each slide and can act as a cheat sheet for details you may forget. Some slides have maps and discussion questions to help engage your students.
World War 1 Unit: WW1 PPTs, Worksheets, Lesson Plans, Test + Distance Learning
World War I Unit Bundled covers the the atmosphere in Europe leading up the the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, World War I, and finishes with the Treaty of Versailles and its contribution to World War II. This unit includesWorld War I PowerPoint with video and presenter notes. Unit also includes, warm up PowerPoints, informational text documents, including timeline with questions, a primary source documents, exit tickets, crossword review, video/video guide, & editable assessment...