Economic History Teacher Resources
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Students investigate the plight of undocumented workers. In this social justice lesson plan, students research undocumented workers as well as consumer boycott movements and write about their impressions.
Students discover the Organization of American States by researching currents issues in those countries. They create a PowerPoint presentation and share with the class.
Students study the challenges diverse people encountered in the late 19th century American society, how racial and ethnic events influenced America during the Progressive Era, and the conditions affecting employment and labor in the late...
High schoolers retrieve data on the number of international tourists to Canada, analyzing the seasonal patterns and long-term trends for each region in Canada. They retrieve statistical data from E-STAT; and explain the effect of...
Students investigate the stock market and investing in corporate stocks by creating an investment portfolio. They develop database worksheets that track their stock's performance over a specified period of time. Students use their...
Students explore the issue of "human rights" and discuss world events/situations in which human rights are in question. They determine their own needs and wants and simulate the experience of being a refugee having to leave their home. ...
Students examine where, why, how and in what conditions HIV/AIDS exists. They examine the deadly impact this virus has had on the world and look at how to prevent the spread at home. The students also develop a greater awareness of the...
Students observe what happens to water as it goes from a solid to a liquid. In this exploratory lesson students gain an understanding for the water cycle while working in groups observing what happens to water as it changes state.
Read through this printable version of a handout discussing Economics and the American Revolution. There are key terms and facts for learners to focus on. This case study illustrates economic principles that remain important today. See...
High schoolers brainstorm a list of the benefits that Americans at all levels of society have enjoyed as a result of innovations in rail transportation/computers/microprocessors. They write a response from President Jackson to Martin Van...
Learners review the Bill of Rights as a class. In groups, they use the internet to research the contributions made by historical figures in forming these rights. They create a poster showing the information they collected and present...
Young scholars explore how ecosystems purify water and what kinds of things humans do that alter these processes. They use a website to access information on local watersheds and develop a "river" newspaper
Students analyze Victorian architectural patterns wit regard to materials, doorways, windows, towers, bays, roofs, and decoration. Students discern varying architectural traits by studying Victorian era pictures and drawings and using a...
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