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Middle schoolers examine the various migration patterns of the Athabaskan. In groups, they discuss the Bering Strait Land Bridge theory of migration and take notes on a lecture from their teacher. To end the lesson, they brainstorm the...
Students study Athabaskan migration patterns and the Bering Strait Land Bridge theory. They investigate the importance of the expansion of trade and compare the differences between American Indian oral tradition accounts of origin and...
Third graders use internet websites to compare/contrast the upper and lower pennisulas of Michigan. They read articles the characteristics of each area. Also, 3rd graders view pictures to investigatge the region, incuding the Straits of...
Students research the players and events that have influenced U.S.-China relations since World War II, with specific emphasis on the two countries' relationships with Taiwan. They write a briefing paper, advising the president on the...
Students watch a Nova program examining the earliest in habitants of the Americas. In groups. they take notes on various topics covered in the program. Among the topics covered are: the Clovis people, Solutrean culture, migration...
Constitutional Rights Foundation
Everyone living in the United States today is a descendant from an immigrant—even Native Americans. Learn about the tumultuous history of American immigration with a reading passage that discusses the ancient migration over the Bering...
In this language arts worksheet, the story starter says that Native Americans like to dance when they come together. Learners write and illustrate what they like to do when they are with friends.
High schoolers view a film and read articles that explore controversial Chinese and American relations. They conduct interviews, participate in class role-plays and develop policy recommendations for government agencies.
In this first people in America worksheet, students expand their historical knowledge through ten fill in the blank questions that relate to the subject.
Themistocles' outsider status permits him to unify the disparate Greek city-states to battle the invading Persian army and his crafty strategy leads to a stunning victory at Salamis. Narrated by Peter Weller, this History Channel...
Each slide is a simple notebook page with one landform in blue and its definition in red. There are 26 vocabulary terms in all, some you may want to use, and others easily hidden. It is recommended that you add photos or other graphic...
Young scholars research Australian History as it relates to the separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. In this Maurie Japarta Ryan lesson, students apply specific skills pertaining to oral...
Why do scientists rely on drawings rather than just photographs of their research studies? The lesson introduces drawings of microscopic organisms and the importance of accuracy. Young artists draw organisms and learn why focus and...
Big History Project
Humans have been on the move for millennia. Using an article from The Smithsonian, pupils chart human movement before written history on a world map. In addition, they examine the modes of transportation used by different waves of human...
In this comprehension worksheet, students read and respond to five multiple choice questions about the story. Then they explain in a short answer response why there were people who opposed to the building of the Golden Gate Bridge and why.
Students discuss landmarks commonly found on maps. They are divided into two groups, and asked to draw a map for a friend who hasn't been to the area. Group A may use street and place names, group B may not. Students discuss the role of...
In this comprehension worksheet, learners read a story and answer the six multiple choice questions that follow. They identify the longest bridge in the world, what happened during construction, and what possible dangers to the bridge...
Pupils note how personal perceptions influence the understanding of what a region. They look at an agricultural map of what is considered to be the Heartland of the US. They read the words to George Strait's, America's Heartland to see...
Students examine facts which address common myths and misconceptions. They recognize the resulting racism, prejudice and discrimination. Students brainstorm for common myths based on the stereotyping of Indigenous people.
Students develop an awareness of issues involved in Reconciliation. They use two different stimuli to approach this theme. Students write definitions/interpretations of Reconciliation.
First graders discuss the Ice Age land bridge over the Bering Straits and how it affected the population of the Americas. They construct a clay model of the land bridge and research common animals of the time.
Today we are going Greek! Provide the class with a clear and well-organized overview of all things pertaining to ancient Greece. From early Greeks and Homer, to the Persian Wars and great philosophers, this slide show has it all. Review...
Students investigate the economy of the Riau Province of Indonesia. They create a timeline, develop a chart to illustrate the economy, write an editorial about Indonesia's decentralization laws, and participate in a panel discussion.
Topographic, political, and satellite maps establish the world of the Middle East for your class- a land about which they have heard quite a lot, but might not really understand. This presentation would be a good introduction into a unit...
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