Is it a coincidence that history rhymes with mystery? Many struggling history students, especially those with standardized exams looming in their future, would say it is definitely not! The history lesson plans found here will help your students understand not just the dates and the names, but the impact that long-ago events had on life as we know it today. Interactive lesson plan ideas and modern-day parallels help keep your ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students engaged and interested in learning about historical facts and figures.
AP History Review A fun and engaging way to provide extra review and support for AP exams. This looks at A.P. United States History from a topical breakdown!
The Four Freedoms: A Global Perspective Give your students a global perspective on the state of freedom in the world today. How many countries offer their citizens freedom from fear and want, while allow freedom of speech and worship?
Anti-War Sentiment and the 1968 Chicago Protests The war in Vietnam sparked resistance on the parts of many Americans, particularly the young. Anti-war feelings began primarily on college campuses, but spread to other segments of society quickly.
High School Lesson Plan: The Vietnam War American involvement in the conflict in Vietnam dated back to the end of World War II. In the context of the Cold War, American strategists saw the country as a key to the stability of east Asia and to resisting the spread of communism.