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In this lesson students close read the Emancipation Proclamation and analyze images that reflect the differing viewpoints of the Emancipation Proclamation.

In this lesson students close read the Emancipation Proclamation and analyze images that reflect the differing viewpoints of the Emancipation Proclamation.

July 21, 1861 – Union and Confederate troops clash outside Manassas, VA, in the first major engagement of the Civil War, the First Battle of Bull Run.

July 21, 1861 – Union and Confederate troops clash outside Manassas, VA, in the first major engagement of the Civil War, the First Battle of Bull Run.

This lesson introduces the Patriots of the Revolutionary War to the students.  Students complete station work before sharing their Patriot with the class.  Finally, the class makes a Human Spectrum ranking the Patriots by who was the most influential to who was the least influential.

Patriots of the American Revolutionary War - It's all in the Eyes

This lesson introduces the Patriots of the Revolutionary War to the students. Students complete station work before sharing their Patriot with the class. Finally, the class makes a Human Spectrum ranking the Patriots by who was the most influential to who was the least influential.

This lesson challenges students to learn about one of the famous members of the Corps of Discovery, Sacagawea.  Students delve into the controversy on the location and date of Sacagawea's death.

Death of Sacagawea - Member of Lewis and Clark Expedition

This lesson challenges students to learn about one of the famous members of the Corps of Discovery, Sacagawea. Students delve into the controversy on the location and date of Sacagawea's death.

Snowball Fight...kids write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper.  They do not write their names on the paper.  Wad it up and on your command, have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight.  At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it.  Would be great at the beginning of the year!

Snowball Fight...kids write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper. They do not write their names on the paper. Wad it up and on your command, have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight. At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it. Would be great at the beginning of the year!

May 14, 1804 – Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, charged by President Thomas Jefferson with finding a water route to the Pacific Ocean, began their successful journey from St. Louis, Missouri.

May 14, 1804 – Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, charged by President Thomas Jefferson with finding a water route to the Pacific Ocean, began their successful journey from St. Louis, Missouri.

In this lesson, students learn about Plymouth colony and debate whether Plymouth Rock is real?

Plymouth Colony and Plymouth Rock

In this lesson, students learn about Plymouth colony and debate whether Plymouth Rock is real?

September 25, 1957 – Nine black students entered all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, escorted by the U.S. Army. Three weeks earlier, Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus had employed National Guard troops to prevent federal court-ordered racial integration.

September 25, 1957 – Nine black students entered all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, escorted by the U.S. Army. Three weeks earlier, Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus had employed National Guard troops to prevent federal court-ordered racial integration.

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