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Fantastic lesson plan activity on Emmett Till using primary and secondary source through QR Codes! Great for implementing technology and CCSS in one great class project!

This fantastic US History lesson plan project integrates technology with Common Core-based analysis of both Primary and Secondary Sources related to the Emmett Till murder case.

This is an excellent Rosa Parks Primary Source Documents Activity in which students analyze a series of documents related to her arrest and the Civil Rights Movement. Great for implementing CCSS into as lesson!

Rosa Parks Primary Source Documents Activity

This is an excellent Rosa Parks Primary Source Documents Activity in which students analyze a series of documents related to her arrest and the Civil Rights Movement. Great for implementing CCSS into as lesson!

Fantastic Civil Rights Movement Resource Bundle! Includes lots of amazing teaching resources for your Civil Rights Movement unit. Features PowerPoints, projects, readings based on CCSS, and more!

Civil Rights Movement Unit Bundle

This awesome Civil Rights Movement Resource Bundle contains an entire unit for every day - more than 3 weeks of lesson plans!

Primary vs Secondary Sources

This video explains the differences between primary and secondary sources. This video is a short (draw style) video that will most likely keep grade 7 students interested

How Not to Write a Novel: 200 Classic Mistakes and How to Avoid Them - a Misstep-by-misstep Guide

How Not to Write a Novel: 200 Classic Mistakes and How to Avoid Them - a Misstep-by-misstep Guide (Paperback)

How Not to Write a Novel: 200 Classic Mistakes and How to Avoid Them - a Misstep-by-misstep Guide

Maybe I can try this with older kids (or maybe I'd get a dozen phone calls from parents)

Funny pictures about If WWI was a bar fight…. Oh, and cool pics about If WWI was a bar fight…. Also, If WWI was a bar fight… photos.

Keyboarding. When some students hear that word pure fear shakes through their bones. Their eyes widen, their palms get sweaty, and they slump in their chairs. But it doesn't have to be that way. We have our top 5 keyboarding tips that will help you have a successful keyboarding experience in your classroom.

Top 5 Keyboarding Tips for Teachers

Keyboarding. When some students hear that word pure fear shakes through their bones. Their eyes widen, their palms get sweaty, and they slump in their chairs. But it doesn't have to be that way. We have our top 5 keyboarding tips that will help you have a successful keyboarding experience in your classroom.

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