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Assessing Student Knowledge: Going to the Next Level

Assessing Student Knowledge: Going to the Next Level

Assessing Student Knowledge: Going to the Next Level Knowledge Network of Experiences  Social Studies Idea Meaningful Social Studies instruction, “enables individuals to personally explain relationships and decide how to encounter social events in ways that are consistent with their values

By medwin
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The War for Independence

The War for Independence

The War for Independence. 4 th Grade. RUSSIA. CANADA. ARAB EMIRATES. CENTRAL AFRICA. UNITED STATES. GERMANY. SPAIN. UNITED KINGDOM. CHINA. Round One. Select a location. Go To Round Two.

By sherlock_clovis
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Shaping A New Nation Chapter 5 1781-1789

Shaping A New Nation Chapter 5 1781-1789

Shaping A New Nation Chapter 5 1781-1789. Experimenting with Confederation. Americans adopted the Articles of Confederation but the new government found it too weak to solve the nation’s problems

By Audrey
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Meet Your New Best Friend: The Junior Project

Meet Your New Best Friend: The Junior Project

Meet Your New Best Friend: The Junior Project. . Developing Your Topic. What interests you? Social, political, economics Sports Industrialization President/First Lady War Great Depression Investigate a broad area Narrow into a specific topic. Examples.

By Anita
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A Progressive Review 1

A Progressive Review 1

A Progressive Review 1. 1. The Salem Witch Trials took place in what state and why did they occur?. Massachusetts… Intolerance of other religions (pg 21). 2. The Civil War was fought between two sides, who were the two sides and what were they fighting for?.

By Lucy
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UPDATED HISTORY OF

UPDATED HISTORY OF

UPDATED HISTORY OF. THE PURPLE HEART. The Badge of Military Merit is the oldest known United States military decoration still in use. However, there was one other decoration awarded to members of the Continental Army that pre-dated even the Badge of Military Merit.

By andrew
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Chapter Two: The Growth of Public Relations

Chapter Two: The Growth of Public Relations

Chapter Two: The Growth of Public Relations. A snapshot of the field today . Public relations is a 20 th -century phenomenon, barely 100 years old. In the 21 st century, the field is evolving and improving every day. Today, most new professionals possess superior intellect and experience. .

By betty_james
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Turn around - Harbor is CLOSED!

Turn around - Harbor is CLOSED!

Turn around - Harbor is CLOSED!. Turn around - Harbor is CLOSED!. We can’t take anymore! Should we declare war? Wait, wait lets think this through. First Continental Congress Convenes. Philadelphia. Welcome to Carpenter’s Hall!. They all came together except…. 1774.

By issac
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Revolutionary War

Revolutionary War

Revolutionary War. Essential Questions. Who were the opponents in this war and why were they fighting? What was Maryland’s importance in this war? Name the four Marylanders who signed the Declaration of Independence? How do you know the colonist did not like the tea tax?

By Ava
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The Revolution- How did it Change America?

The Revolution- How did it Change America?

The Revolution- How did it Change America?. 1775. The Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia and declared war on Britain. It organized the Continental Army under George Washington, authorized a navy, and appointed a Committee of Secret Correspondence.

By joshua
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Appalachian History

Appalachian History

Appalachian History. Introducing Appalachian Studies. Native Americans. Native Americans had been living in Appalachia for 3,000 years prior to European contact.  Iroquois: 1300B.C. from West; split into Northern Iroquois and Southern Cherokee.

By alagan
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GEORGE WASHINGTON

GEORGE WASHINGTON

GEORGE WASHINGTON. 1732-1799. GEORGE WASHINGTON. George Washington was the first president of the United States. He served two terms from 1789-1797. He is called the Father of Our Country. REVOLUTIONARY WAR. The United States fought England in the Revolutionary War.

By muncel
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Key Figures of the Revolutionary War

Key Figures of the Revolutionary War

Key Figures of the Revolutionary War. Objective: Identify how Francis Marion, Thomas Sumter, and Andrew Pickens helped win the Revolutionary War. Review. Why did the Revolutionary War begin?. Some of the colonists did not want to be ruled by Britain. These colonists were called Patriots.

By aulii
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Geography of the Revolutionary War

Geography of the Revolutionary War

Geography of the Revolutionary War. Rob Whiting. Today. Levels of looking at things Looking at the pieces of the puzzle What does the map tells us? Why is there a fort at West Point?. Three Levels. Three levels of military operations Strategic The “Big Picture” Operational

By fia
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Chapter 6 – Revolutionary War

Chapter 6 – Revolutionary War

Chapter 6 – Revolutionary War. 1776-17 77. Review. GB's Reaction. GB had many advantages Lgr population Access to $$ generated from the South Atlantic System & Industrial Revolution Existing standing arm and navy w/ trained soldiers Support of Loyalists and many Native tribes.

By koto
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Please sit in your assigned seats and quietly follow the directions below:

Please sit in your assigned seats and quietly follow the directions below:

Please sit in your assigned seats and quietly follow the directions below: Please answer the following question in your bell ringer notebook. Explain your answer! 1) Which of these was a reason the American colonies were fighting a war for independence in 1776?

By yered
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The Road to Lexington and Concord

The Road to Lexington and Concord

The Road to Lexington and Concord. MAIN IDEA: The tensions between the British and the colonies led to armed conflict in Massachusetts. http://www.theamericanrevolution.org/battles/bat_lex.asp. The Intolerable Acts. Closed the Port of Boston until colonists paid for the destroyed tea.

By amish
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Deborah Sampson

Deborah Sampson

Deborah Sampson . By Hemali. Early Life. Deborah. Her mom had to give her away at the age 5. She gave her away to an old woman. She did a lot of chores at the age 8. To the rescue. Career. She was a soldier. She wanted to join the Revolutionary war, but only men were allowed to go.

By lily
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Chapter 22 Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850

Chapter 22 Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850

Chapter 22 Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850. Chronology from 1750-1800. p577. Prelude to Revolution: The Eighteenth-Century Crisis. Colonial Wars and Fiscal Crises Rivalry among the European powers intensified in the early 1600s

By joyce
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SOCIAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY PROJECT

SOCIAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY PROJECT

SOCIAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY PROJECT. 8 th Grade American History By: Andrew Rice. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Ohio Social Studies Strands: History People in Societies Geography Economics Government Citizenship Rights & Responsibilities Social Studies Skills & Methods

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