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Compare and Contrast: American Business Leaders

For Students 8th - 12th
Gather information about various business leaders in this graphic organizer. Pupils fill in information about Andrew Carnegie, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Frank Woolworth, John Jacob Astor, John Rockefeller, and William Randolph Hearst in...
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Spanish American War

For Students 5th - 12th Standards
Today, Cuba and America sometimes struggle with diplomatic relations, but did you know that America went to war against Spain to free Cuba? Learners examine many interesting facts related to the Spanish American War using an informative...
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Imperialism

For Students 9th - 12th
In this U.S. history worksheet, students read assigned textbook pages regarding Imperialism and respond to 45 short answer questions.
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Make Your Own Samurai Sword

For Teachers K - 4th
When you click on this resource, it will seem to be lacking; however, you'll soon realize it is an idea with potential. Included are visual instructions for creating a Samurai sword. Why? Because, the Samurai sword could be used in a...
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Yellow Journalism

For Teachers 7th
Seventh graders investigate yellow journalism and how it affected public opinion and the government during the Spanish American War. They define key vocabulary words, and take notes during a teacher-led lecture. In pairs they read...
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The Imperial Republic: 1865-1914 (5)

For Students 10th - 12th
In this online interactive social studies instructional activity, students answer 14 matching questions regarding the Imperial Republic. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
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Spanish-American War

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Pupils view a video called Battling Beyond the Borders about the Spanish-American War. They discuss the role of newspapers in the war and then analyze political cartoons of the time, writing explanatory sentences about them.