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Subject: Social Studies Grade Level: 9-12

  • The Supreme Court'S Rule Of Four
    Article III of the Constitution establishes the federal judiciary. Article III, Section I states that "The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to ti
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Evan James
    Views: 103 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Amish
    Where the Amish originate and diffuse
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Bella T
    Views: 103 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • The Boys Who Challenged Hitler
    This inquiry- oriented lesson format is to provide the learner with all the information needed to critically think about how each child during this time period was affected by the events that were happening around them. In addition, students will cho
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Kadie Kiehne
    Views: 103 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Amend Your Amendments
    The first seven Amendments were ratified December 15th, 1791. During that time, the Amendments made sense to society. However as time has gone by, things around the United States have changed tremendously. Based off of what has been happening in toda
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Fria Hawk
    Views: 103 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • British History
    The sudents will identify the main facts and issues that are part of the British history and its importance for the world.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Valentina Gallego, Elizabeth Arenas Acevedo , Jefferson Stiven Bedoya Manco
    Views: 103 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Mayan Civilization
    Students will explore the Mayan Calendar and how the calendar was formed!
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Tevin Taylor
    Views: 102 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Amish In America
    How have the Amish had to adapt their lifestyle to modern ways?
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Sydney D'Amaddio
    Views: 102 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Una Cultura Que No Muere
    Será mito o realidad la maldición del faraón
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Sandra Castillo
    Views: 102 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Industrial Workers
    Was the Industrial Revolution good for working people? We will explore the working conditions during the Industrial Revolution as well as the resulting reform movement and decide if, overall, the Industrialization was good for workers.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Gerald Belletto
    Views: 102 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • French Revolution
    This is a Mini Unit plan that encompasses the study of the French Revolution in three lesson plans.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Nick Johnson
    Views: 102 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • America As A World Power
    In this WebQuest, my students will undergo researching all of the various ways that America became a world power in the late 1800s. Mot of these reasons are obvious, however, there are lots of little details that the average student may look over or
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Ethan Kline
    Views: 102 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Ronald Reagan & The End Of The Cold War
    A webquest of the policies and personality of President Ronald Reagan and how he helped end the Cold War.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Leigh Smith
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Poverty In The World
    You have just been appointed the Secretary of State. The president elect has won on a platform of ending poverty around the world. He/she has appointed you because of your knowledge of geography and economics. You will need to use your knowledge of g
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Patrick Beyer
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Causes Of The Civil War
    The year is 1861, Civil War has just broken out. Called to action at a young age, you must join the battle. But Why? Why did the war break out? Why is your father gone, your older brother gone, and you are now called to serve? What could have di
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Michael Murray
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Historical Florida
    4 students per group will either research an important event or a famous person from History that has impacted the state.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Edward Antonowicz
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Recuperando Nuestras Raíces
    Esta página es la simulación de un trabajo encargado a alumnos de secundaria, que comprende un recorrido en museos que se dedican a recuperar la historia de los pueblos prehispánicos
    , los cuales se encuentran en la Ciudad d
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Cruz Tania
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 1 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Your Own Excellent Adventure
    This Webquest is an assignment designed to give students a basic understanding of recent U.S. history.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Quentin Jones
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • What'S It Like To Be A Senator?
    This WebQuest gives students a chance to see what it is like to be a US Senator. Students will be tasked with drafting their own bill to present and be voted on. This lesson exposes students to careers in politics.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): William Clements
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 1 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Dropping The Atomic Bombs: Necessity Or Cold War Policy
    Gain an understanding about the decision to drop the atomic bombs on Japan in order to achieve a hasty end to WWII. Understanding what the other, alternative options were besides dropping the bombs, as well as the pros and cons for each option. Attem
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Steven Erickson
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)
  • Wwi Propaganda
    This web quest is an introduction to a lesson in WWI Propaganda.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Isabella Teague
    Views: 101 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: StarStarStarStarStar (0)

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