Starting a unit on the American Revolution? Here is a way your students can discover the famous historic figures who had a role in the American Revolution that allows them to find out some basic facts, but also allows them identify what they think is important about each person. Each trading card has the same format and allows students to gather a very brief snapshot of who these people were and what they did that contributed to the history of the American Revolution.
Civil War - Exploring History through Activities: timeline.
This 14 Points activity gives students a solid understanding of Wilson's 14 Points from World War 1 (WW1). The whole class puts each of Wilson's 14 Points into their own every day words. The class is then divided into pairs representing Senators from various states. Each pair will complete a task based on opinion. A letter of explanation based on the prior task will be written to President Wilson. There will then be a vote and the students will conclude the activity by writing a reflection.
World War Two - Hitler's Speech on the Treaty of Versailles - Source Analysis - This 5 page World War Two (WWII) document contains the transcript of a speech by Hitler in regards to how he felt about the Treaty of Versailles and how it impacted Germany.
How did World War 1 start? an interactive map lesson
Patriotic Poster ★ Women's Land Army of the U. Crop Corps Recruitment Poster from 1943 World War II, Pitch in and Help! Join the Women's Land Army of the U. Crop Corps, text over a collage women with Women's Land Army armbands performing assorted farm