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World history classroom

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Building Book Love : Middle School World History Classroom: Inspiration for a small and windowless classroom

My husband is one of the best teachers I know. I can verify this because I hear, “MR. BIBLE IS MY FAVORITE TEACHER !!!” every time my own students figure out we are married. I could get jealous, but mostly I just get proud. That’s why I set out to surprise him with a world ... Read More about Middle School World History Classroom: Inspiration for a small and windowless classroom

Why History Matters Bulletin Board and... by Social Studies Toolbox | Teachers Pay Teachers

Why History Matters Interactive Bulletin BoardThis resource includes 25 interactive cards to be used in a bulletin board display focusing on "Why History Matters." Topics included are: Why history matters? What skills do we learn when we study history? What does it mean to think like a historian? Ho...

Creative Lesson Ideas and Projects for the Social Studies Classroom - Ancient Civilizations

As a kid in school I loved when my teachers celebrated creativity in the classroom. In fact, when I reflect on my own education, the moments I remember the most were the creative ones. I vividly remember making salt maps of the state, book report mobiles, models, papier-mâché globes, interactive brochures, puppets, and dioramas. What about you? Are the instructional moments that you remember the most tied to creative activities? There's just something so powerful about hands-on learning with…

How to use DBQs in History class

Have you ever had that moment in class where you are introducing a DBQ essay and you realize your students are looking at you like you have three heads 👽? Not only do you realize that your entire lesson for the day is officially out the window, you also have to come up with something on the fly to walk your students through a DBQ and what it is. You have to remediate and you have no clue where to start. It can be a daunting task when you have a regular class, but you have ELLs, SpEd kids…