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Do you teach high school? Look no further for great resources that'll work perfectly in your 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade classroom!

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This free PowerPoint and Guided Notes set from History Gal covers the March to Montgomery and is perfect for high school U. Teaching Us History, History Education, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, History Class, History Lesson Plans, Secondary Resources, American History Lessons, Class Notes

March to Montgomery PowerPoint and Guided Notes

This free PowerPoint and Guided Notes set from History Gal covers the March to Montgomery and is perfect for high school U.S. History classes.

Notetaking How-To Program Strategies, Multiple Formats, Models, Practice Notetaking How-To Program Strategies, Multiple Format Note Taking Strategies, Teacher Resources, Secondary Resources, Middle School Teachers, High School, Study Skills, Learning Tools, Teaching Materials, Social Studies

Notetaking Strategies, Multiple Formats, Models, Practice

Note-taking is a life-long learning tool. This is useful for any subject 6-9, with examples of notes from language arts, social studies, and science texts. Includes avoiding plagiarism. Many resources for you to pick and choose to customize mini-lessons for your objectives and students' needs. He...

9 types of paragraphs for all subjects. Perfect learning tools for students to… Middle School Writing, Middle School English, Middle School Teachers, Paragraph Writing, Expository Writing, Essay Writing, Formal Assessment, Bell Work, Informational Writing

Paragraph Writing Step-by-Step Guide with Models All Subjects

How to write nine types of expository paragraphs in all subjects. Perfect learning tools for students to summarize and think critically: explain, classify, compare/contrast, persuade, define and more. Great for quick writes, homework, or formal assessment. Short response paragraphs are a great wa...

Notetaking How-To Program Strategies, Multiple Formats, Models, Practice Notetaking How-To Program Strategies, Multiple Format Note Taking Strategies, Teacher Resources, Secondary Resources, Middle School Teachers, High School, Study Skills, Learning Tools, Teaching Materials, Social Studies

Notetaking Strategies, Multiple Formats, Models, Practice

Note-taking is a life-long learning tool. This is useful for any subject 6-9, with examples of notes from language arts, social studies, and science texts. Includes avoiding plagiarism. Many resources for you to pick and choose to customize mini-lessons for your objectives and students' needs. He...

Get your questions answered in setting up and using stations in secondary. Students get moving, stay engaged and take charge of their learning. Informations About Get your questions answered in settin Social Studies Classroom, High School Classroom, Homeschool High School, Elementary Schools, Classroom Ideas, Homeschooling, Science Stations, Learning Stations, Learning Centers

Social Sundays: Stations are for High School Social Studies

Get your questions answered in setting up and using stations in secondary. Students get moving, stay engaged and take charge of their learning.

Are your students confused about impeachment? This impeachment doodle flow chart will help students visualize the impeachment process and, ultimately, understand that impeachment is the process of being tried for a crime. Teacher Jokes, Best Teacher, School Teacher, Secondary Resources, Secondary Teacher, History Education, History Teachers, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources

Impeachment Doodle Flow Chart

Are your students confused about impeachment? This impeachment doodle flow chart will help students visualize the impeachment process and, ultimately, understand that impeachment is the process of being tried for a crime.

The Plague Past and Present Informational Text with Questions, Primary Sources - All the Interesting Information You're Wondering Here Secondary Resources, Primary Sources, Text Features, Interesting Information, Critical Thinking, Social Studies, Nonfiction, Texts, Middle Ages

The Plague Past and Present Informational Text with Questions, Primary Sources

Nonfiction reading about the medieval Black Death, two other world plague pandemics, and the bubonic plague today. This will engage student interest, cover skills, and provide you with many activities for differentiation. It includes critical thinking questions, primary sources, quick objective ques...

Three tips for using inquiry in your math class today. History Classroom, Math Classroom, Classroom Decor, Classroom Posters, Classroom Displays, Maths, Math Quotes, Learning Quotes, Science Quotes

Math Mondays: 3 Strategies for using Inquiry in Your Classroom Today

Three tips for using inquiry in your math class today.

Find out some simple ways to integrate geography into your history class. Social Studies Lesson Plans, Social Studies Notebook, 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Us History, History Education, History Class

Integrating Geography into Your History Class

Are you looking for ways to integrate geography into your history class? This blog post will help!

Expository Writing Guide CCSS Formal Style Tips, Examples, Practice Secondary Resources, Teacher Resources, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Verb Words, Expository Writing, Cross Curricular, Middle School Writing, Common Core Standards

Expository Writing Guide CCSS W1d, 2e Formal Style Tips, Examples, Practice

Help MS/HS students unpack Common Core Standards W1d and 2e to "establish and maintain a formal style". Applicable to any subject requiring informative/explanatory writing and an excellent tool for cross-curricular collaboration. See the thumbnails and the preview for samples. 26-page packet in...

Help students evaluate Web and print resources for reliability by answering Middle School Writing, Middle School Teachers, Writing A Bibliography, Avoiding Plagiarism, Research Sources, Information Literacy, Writing Assignments, Teaching Writing, Critical Thinking

Credibility Evaluation Chart, Glossary, Avoiding Plagiarism, Citation CCSS W.8

Help students evaluate Web and print resources for credibility, accuracy and reliability by answering a set of twenty questions. The answers are marked yes, somewhat, or no on an easy-to-use chart, resulting in an overall rating of credibility. Includes a model. A handy Glossary defines all terms ...

Closed form essay definition of love Definition Essay: Love Love is something that means very different things to different people. For some, love can be purely romantic, or even purely sexual. Middle School Writing, Middle School English, Middle School Teachers, High School, Secondary Resources, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Citizenship Education, Teaching Critical Thinking

Election Resource Compare Opinions and Perspectives for Expository Text FREE

Charts for middle school students to dig into opinions in nonfiction, informational text. Perfect for ELECTIONS and citizenship education, debate, editorials, and current events. Encourage students to be objective, think critically, see both sides and dig deeper. Includes the explanation that an o...

This free PowerPoint and Guided Notes set from History Gal covers the March to Montgomery and is perfect for high school U. Teaching Us History, History Education, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, History Class, History Lesson Plans, Secondary Resources, American History Lessons, Class Notes

March to Montgomery PowerPoint and Guided Notes

This free PowerPoint and Guided Notes set from History Gal covers the March to Montgomery and is perfect for high school U.S. History classes.

MLK I Have a Dream Speech Close Reading & Vocabulary for Easy Analysis Middle School Writing, Middle School English, Middle School Teachers, Secondary Resources, Teacher Resources, Martin Luther King Speech, Literary Elements, English Language Arts, I Have A Dream

MLK I Have a Dream Speech Close Reading & Vocabulary for Easy Analysis

The Martin Luther King, Jr. speech is presented in sections for close reading, with each section followed by CCSS-aligned questions and activities covering comprehension, literary elements, analysis, personal connections and more. Scaffolds understanding! Interesting historical information is includ...