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Holocaust bibliography wmsHolocaust bibliography wms
Describes the Hitler Youth, the state-sponsored youth organization founded by the Nazi regime to train boys and girls ten and older to serve Hitler's government with unquestioning devotion
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National qualifications curriculum supportNational qualifications curriculum support
This publication may be reproduced in whole or in part for educational purposes by educational establishments in Scotland provided that no profit accrues at any stage
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What was ancient Greece like?What was ancient Greece like?
About 2500 years ago, the Greeks created a way of life that other people admired and copied. The Romans copied Greek art and Greek gods, for example
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Why did Anne Frank go into hiding? A series of Six LessonsWhy did Anne Frank go into hiding? A series of Six Lessons
Why did Anne Frank go into hiding? Learning from a close examination of an extract of her diary
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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Year 9/10 wwi, ww2 & Changing Rights and Freedoms HomeworkBloom’s Taxonomy: Year 9/10 wwi, ww2 & Changing Rights and Freedoms Homework
List the definitions for your glossary of terms for Changing Rights and Freedoms
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Student Guide Teacher GuideStudent Guide Teacher Guide
Pentagon were on late that night as level after level of admirals, generals and assorted brass were brought into the picture. At eleven o’clock the president of the United States was called and the Joint Chiefs of Staff were summoned to inform the President on
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Print Resources Non-Fiction BooksPrint Resources Non-Fiction Books
Our library has excellent books and videos with information about the expedition of Lewis and Clark and Sacagawea. Here are the call numbers and annotations from our opac
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World war I 10 th Grade World History Can be modified to fit 11 thWorld war I 10 th Grade World History Can be modified to fit 11 th
World War I. Students research the events individually and in groups of five, producing a special printed edition of a newspaper where World War I is the topic of focus. They will also present their information in a news radio broadcast
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Teacher Candidate: Morgan Pellerin Date: November 1, 2010 Lesson Plan One Outline Subject: U. S. History and Government Grade Level: 11Teacher Candidate: Morgan Pellerin Date: November 1, 2010 Lesson Plan One Outline Subject: U. S. History and Government Grade Level: 11
How did British political traditions impact the development of American political traditions?
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Unit title: The Way We WereUnit title: The Way We Were
About this unit: It provides opportunities for students to explore the changes and continuities in the ways families have done things over time
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Hour Honors English III and A. P. Us history May 17, 2013Hour Honors English III and A. P. Us history May 17, 2013
At first glance these men seem very different, but are they really? Both men are doing what they think is right. Both men would be hard to convince otherwise. Both men are judged by people who don’t agree with their ideas
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Is the Press Doing their Job?Is the Press Doing their Job?
Students will learn about the functions and responsibilities of a free press. They will learn why it is important the press does their job well and examine specific cases when they did not and the consequences that have resulted
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North carolina general assembly 1973 sessionNorth carolina general assembly 1973 session
A joint resolution honoring the oxford masonic orphanage in its centennial year, complimenting the institution for its endeavors and contributions over the years, and recognizing its pioneering effort in organizing child care in our state
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Unit Plan Road to the Civil War and Beyond End of the War of 1812 through ReconstructionUnit Plan Road to the Civil War and Beyond End of the War of 1812 through Reconstruction
This lesson will take approximately three or four weeks to complete with a normal school schedule meeting five times a week and will be a review unit for an 11
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