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Subject: Social Studies Grade Level: 9-12

  • "lights, Camera, Action!"
    The time period is Prohibition (19190-1933). Alcohol consumption in the United States has always been an area of contention and could be blamed for most of societal ills, especially in the early twentieth century. On October 28, 1919, Congress passed
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Kris Gould
    Views: 97 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Charting The Course: Social Studies Webquest
    Grade level 9th-12th strands in American History, World History, Civics/Government, Geography, and Economics.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Kathrina Martinez
    Views: 96 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Amish In America
    Question: In what ways are the Amish still a folk culture?
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Katelyn Barr
    Views: 96 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Amish In America
    How have Amish adapted to modern culture?
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Camille S
    Views: 95 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Discovering The Holocaust: Propaganda
    In this web quest you will explore a virtual representation of the Holocaust museum and discuss topics revolving the event known as the Holocaust.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Madelaine Martin
    Views: 95 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • The Great Depression
    Students will learn about the causes of the Great Depression
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Forrest Pearson
    Views: 92 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • History Of The Expansion Of The United States
    Students will explore the events that led to the acquisition of land for the United States and how we grew from 13 colonies controlled by Great Britain to a nation that stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Jeff Dealaman
    Views: 92 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • The 3 Branches Of Government
    The Constitution has laid the groundwork for how our government is to be ran, splitting it into 3 separate branches that have checks and balances with one another.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Tyler Dawson
    Views: 92 | Favorited: 2 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Tactical Evolution
    Welcome Lieutenants, We have been selected by the Joint Chiefs of Staff to help them understand why we have had to change the way we deploy our soldiers since the beginning of this century to now, 1944.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Timothy Kobos
    Views: 91 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
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    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Elena Axlatzi
    Views: 89 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Studying Geography!
    In this webquest the learners will be studying and gathering information all about geography.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Dovelyn Fabregas
    Views: 86 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Freedom Riders
    This webquest lesson is designed for students to investigate the Freedom Riders. The students will utilize and explore various resources to discover information about the Freedom Riders and how they impacted the Civil Rights Movement.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Jennifer Erickson
    Views: 86 | Favorited: 1 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Creating A Constitution
    After the American Revolution, the newly established United States struggled to draw up a plan for government. This WebQuest will help students learn about the way in which Americans decided to divide up and balance power, as well as the difficulty i
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Maggie Beans
    Views: 85 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Switzerland: Understanding The Country Unaffected By 2 World Wars
    Use this WebQuest to help students explore the paradise on earth: Switzerland. The country landlocked in Central Europe has been a contrast in all aspects: language, culture, nature, and economy. Yet, it has stayed safe of two major World Wars and is
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Swethambari Balasubramanian
    Views: 84 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Early River Civilizations
    What was life like after the Neolithic Revolution in Early River Civilizations and which area would YOU want to settle?
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Carrie Brown
    Views: 84 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Who Was Albert Einstein?
    This WebQuest is designed for students to determine Albert Einstein’s opinion on what determines a great 21st century teacher!
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Missy Doll
    Views: 84 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
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    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Mowyah Almomani
    Views: 82 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Battle Of Midway
    This WebQuest will help high school students learn about the Battle of Midway.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Ted Young
    Views: 82 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Socialization
    This WebQuest is designed educate students on socialization.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Tisha Manning
    Views: 81 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • The 19th Amendment And Women'S Role In The 19th And 20th Century
    Hello students! For this lesson we are going to be looking into the changing roles of women in the early 20th century and take a look at how the 19th Amendment shifted the American view of equality and women's rights. Things to think about: What did
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Kaylee Doyel
    Views: 80 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)

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