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Uncle Sam was a propaganda figure head. The slogan "I Want You For U.S. Army" was very common during WWI

Uncle Sam was a propaganda figure head. The slogan "I Want You For U.S. Army" was very common during WWI

End-of-the-Year Amazing Race Project Geography/World Cultures by Creath's Class | Teachers Pay Teachers

Middle School Amazing Race Project {End of Year Activity}

End-of-the-Year Amazing Race Project Geography/World Cultures by Creath's Class | Teachers Pay Teachers

Holocaust Webquest with Answer Key - Middle and High School Social History Resource

Holocaust Webquest with Answer Key - Middle and High School Social History Resource

10 TED Talks Every Art Teacher Should Watch

10 TED Talks Every Art Teacher Should Watch

Hopefully, when I tell you I have been watching Ted Talks non-stop for a month, you know I am talking about the short, inspiring videos and not the rude, crude talking bear. TED Talks started back in

Greek Columns by maureencrosbie, via Flickr    Great idea to go with an art history lesson!

Greek Columns by maureencrosbie, via Flickr Great idea to go with an art history lesson!

Paint Like Pollock: Art Project for Grades K-2 | Deep Space Sparkle

Paint Like Pollock: Art Project for Grades K-2

Civil War and Reconstruction Jeopardy

Civil war and reconstruction jeopardy

Cold War Simulation Lesson Plan-The Cold War Simulation Activity is an interactive lesson plan, featuring different aspects of the Cold War Era. HistorySimulation.com produces interactive history lesson plans for high school and middle school students.  Developed by a history teacher, they allow students to take possession of a country and then participate in small group activities as the Cold War heats up.

Cold War Simulation Lesson Plan-The Cold War Simulation Activity is an interactive lesson plan, featuring different aspects of the Cold War Era. HistorySimulation.com produces interactive history lesson plans for high school and middle school students. Developed by a history teacher, they allow students to take possession of a country and then participate in small group activities as the Cold War heats up.

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