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Women's Suffrage Movement: Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and more from DocRunning Education on TeachersNotebook.com -  (26 pages)  - Skip the lecture!  Introduce students to the suffrage movement through this inquiry-based quick and easy newspaper project.  Cooperative learning and engaging activity!

Get the scoop on the Women's Rights movement through this inquiry-based, quick and easy newspaper project. In this no-prep lesson plan, students take on the role of reporters to investigate the Women's Rights Movement.

Skip the lecture.  Introduce your students to the Civil Rights Movement through this quick and easy newspaper project.   In this no-prep lesson plan, students take on the role of reporters to get the scoop on the Civil Rights Movement.  Working in groups, students investigate specific topics and create a newspaper in a 90-minute class.

Civil Rights Movement Collaborative Newspaper Activity or Project

Skip the lecture. Introduce your students to the Civil Rights Movement through this quick and easy newspaper project. In this no-prep lesson plan, students take on the role of reporters to get the scoop on the Civil Rights Movement. Working in groups,

This is a fun and interactive lecture where students will learn about immigration to America at the turn of the century. As the student review the lecture they write journal entries pretending they are an immigrant describing their experience. At the end, the students complete an activity where they analyze political cartoons related to immigration. $8

This is a fun and interactive lecture where students will learn about immigration to America at the turn of the century. As the student review the lecture they write journal entries pretending they are an immigrant describing their experience. At the end, the students complete an activity where they analyze political cartoons related to immigration. $8

Build catapults, study the stars and more with these 5 Station activities recently made over.

The Scientific Revolution and Gutenberg's Printing Press 5 Station Activities

Build catapults, study the stars and more with these 5 Station activities recently made over.

Medieval Careers - Cook, Bakers and Brewers from HandsonHistory on TeachersNotebook.com -  (19 pages)  - Medieval Careers Food Preparation Food Preservation, Bakers, Cooks, Brewers, Recipe, Mead, Lesson Plan, Instruction, Lecture, Worksheet, Activities, Games, Review, Homeschool,

Medieval Careers - Cook, Bakers and Brewers from HandsonHistory on TeachersNotebook.com - (19 pages) - Medieval Careers Food Preparation Food Preservation, Bakers, Cooks, Brewers, Recipe, Mead, Lesson Plan, Instruction, Lecture, Worksheet, Activities, Games, Review, Homeschool,

Coat of Arms Project from Think Bright on TeachersNotebook.com -  (6 pages)  - Create an artistic coat of arms with a modern style.

Coat of Arms Project from Think Bright on TeachersNotebook.com - (6 pages) - Create an artistic coat of arms with a modern style.

Civil Rights Card Matching Game from Inspire the Love of Learning on TeachersNotebook.com -  (7 pages)  - Use these 24 cards to help students review the Civil Rights Movement.

Civil Rights Card Matching Game from Inspire the Love of Learning on TeachersNotebook.com - (7 pages) - Use these 24 cards to help students review the Civil Rights Movement.

The Study of Canada: The Geography, History & Culture; Teaching with Technology product from Teaching-with-Technology on TeachersNotebook.com

The Study of Canada: The Geography, History & Culture; Teaching with Technology product from Teaching-with-Technology on TeachersNotebook.com

Roman Rulers - The Good, The Bad, and the Weird Research Project from Christopher Mitchell on TeachersNotebook.com -  (11 pages)  - Students must research one of the following emperors: Julius Caesar, Octavian (Augustus), Claudius, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Caligula, or Commodus.

Roman Rulers - The Good, The Bad, and the Weird Research Project from Christopher Mitchell on TeachersNotebook.com - (11 pages) - Students must research one of the following emperors: Julius Caesar, Octavian (Augustus), Claudius, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Caligula, or Commodus.

Introductory Economics Unit 1: Teaching Econ with Video Clips product from The-Social-Scientist on TeachersNotebook.com

Introductory Economics Unit 1: Teaching Econ with Video Clips product from The-Social-Scientist on TeachersNotebook.com

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