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The Age of Reform
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The Age of Reform

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In this lesson, students examine two reform movements - anti-slavery and women's ...

In this lesson, students examine two reform movements - anti-slavery and women's rights. In addition to learning about the beliefs and motivations of each group, students will seek cultural connections among the various reform impulses.

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
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04/13/2017
The Alien and Sedition Acts
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The Alien and Sedition Acts

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In this lesson, students understand the provisions of the Alien and Sedition ...

In this lesson, students understand the provisions of the Alien and Sedition Acts within their political and constitutional contexts. Students will explore the issues raised by the prosecutions under these acts and the larger constitutional issues they raised, including a comparison of antebellum political conflicts and current issues.

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
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04/13/2017
American Imperialism
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American Imperialism

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In this lesson, students will be divided into groups and asked to ...

In this lesson, students will be divided into groups and asked to analyze and evaluate editorial cartoons pertaining to late 19th and early 20th century American imperialism. Students are expected to determine the perspective of the artists. After group evaluation, students will present their finding to the entire class.

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
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03/13/2017
The American Revolution and the Enlightenment
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The American Revolution and the Enlightenment

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In this activity, students will delve into some of the revolutionary documents ...

In this activity, students will delve into some of the revolutionary documents and consider the ideas of "authority" and "power" from the perspectives of those who had such a great stake in America's revolutionary struggle.

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
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04/13/2017
Andrew Jackson: Hero or Villain?
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Andrew Jackson: Hero or Villain?

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In this lesson, students will compare/contrast the information in their textbook about ...

In this lesson, students will compare/contrast the information in their textbook about Andrew Jackson to political cartoons of the era. Students will identify symbols, allusions and stereotypes used in these cartoons and infer the intended message and tone of the Jackson era cartoons. Students will also identify any biases in the cartoons and check for historical accuracy, and then formulate their own opinion about the Jackson Administration. As a culminating activity, students will write an opinion essay that articulates their personal stance on Andrew Jackson’s character, using proper writing conventions.

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Social Studies
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/10/2017
Anti-Vietnam Conflict (War) Protest
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Anti-Vietnam Conflict (War) Protest

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In this lesson, students will use use editorial cartoons dealing with the ...

In this lesson, students will use use editorial cartoons dealing with the anti-Vietnam conflict movement in order to determine aspects of this protest movement. They will consider the causes, forms and effectiveness of protest as depicted in editorial cartoons.

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Social Studies
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Lesson Plan
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
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03/15/2017
The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
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The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

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In this lesson, students are given the details of Archduke Franz Ferdinand's ...

In this lesson, students are given the details of Archduke Franz Ferdinand's death and what an important role nationalism played in this cause of WWI. In the culminating activity, students will use the knowledge gained to create a newspaper article about the assassination.

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
04/13/2017
The Automobile
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The Automobile

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This lesson will help students understand just how the car came to ...

This lesson will help students understand just how the car came to occupy such a central position in American life. First, students will learn about Henry Ford, whose innovations transformed manufacturing and made automobiles affordable for virtually all Americans. Second, students will be asked to think about the different ways in which the automobile changed American society.

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
04/13/2017
Business v. Labor and the Role of Government
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Business v. Labor and the Role of Government

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In this lesson, students will analyze editorial cartoons that will enable them ...

In this lesson, students will analyze editorial cartoons that will enable them to explain the abuses of big business and determine the effects of their abuses. Students will identify the role of labor unions in
American society and better understand the role of government in the free enterprise system.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/13/2017
The Civil Rights Movement: Cartoons as a Mean of Protest
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The Civil Rights Movement: Cartoons as a Mean of Protest

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In this lesson, students will use editorial cartons dealing with the American ...

In this lesson, students will use editorial cartons dealing with the American Civil Rights movement in order to determine some of the major aspects of this social movement. They will discuss a pair of cartoons in groups and present their findings to the class.

Subject:
Social Studies
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/15/2017
The Cotton Gin
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The Cotton Gin

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In this lesson, students demonstrate how the cotton gin, and expanding cotton ...

In this lesson, students demonstrate how the cotton gin, and expanding cotton production, fostered regional interdependence and Northern industrial growth during the antebellum period. Students will also be introduced to the processes of creating and protecting intellectual property.

Subject:
Social Studies
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Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
04/13/2017
Dr. Seuss and U.S. Isolationism WWII
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Dr. Seuss and U.S. Isolationism WWII

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In this lesson, students will understand the definition of isolationism as it ...

In this lesson, students will understand the definition of isolationism as it applies to the U.S. pre-WW II through analysis of political cartoons by Dr. Seuss dealing with isolationism. Students will be able to make their own decisions about whether the U.S. should have stayed out of the war based on his political cartoons.

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Social Studies
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Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/15/2017
Editorial Cartoons of WWII in Europe
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Editorial Cartoons of WWII in Europe

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In this lesson, students will collaboratively analyze the content of editorial cartoons ...

In this lesson, students will collaboratively analyze the content of editorial cartoons that focus on the rise on Hitler's dominance of Europe. Students will also demonstrate their knowledge of the chronology of WWII in Europe by placing the cartoons in an order that shows a progression of WWII in Europe.

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Social Studies
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/15/2017
The Election of 1896 - Gold or Silver?
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The Election of 1896 - Gold or Silver?

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This lesson is designed to explore the Election of 1896 and how ...

This lesson is designed to explore the Election of 1896 and how editorial cartoons were used to support the candidates. Students will analyze cartoons supporting McKinley's candidacy and create cartoons supporting the candidacy of Bryan. Students will determine the effectiveness in persuading the public's vote.

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Social Studies
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Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/13/2017
Energy Crisis
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Energy Crisis

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In this lesson, students will be asked to analyze and evaluate editorial ...

In this lesson, students will be asked to analyze and evaluate editorial cartoons regarding the Energy Crisis of the 1970s and early 1980s. Students are expected to determine tools the cartoonists use to express his or her opinion. Students will compare and contrast the Energy Crisis with the energy problems of today (2007).

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Social Studies
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History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/15/2017
The Equal Rights Amendment: Viewing Women's Issues Through Political Cartoons
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The Equal Rights Amendment: Viewing Women's Issues Through Political Cartoons

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In this lesson, students use editorial cartoons dealing with women’s issues and ...

In this lesson, students use editorial cartoons dealing with women’s issues and the Equal Rights Amendment in order to determine some of the major aspects of this social movement. They will discuss political cartoons in groups to identify stereotypes, symbols and text, determine their effectiveness, and then present their findings to the class.

Subject:
Social Studies
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Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
03/15/2017
The First World War: The Soldier's Experience Through Primary Sources
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The First World War: The Soldier's Experience Through Primary Sources

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In this lesson, students understand the war from the point of view ...

In this lesson, students understand the war from the point of view of soldiers in the trenches through analysis of photographs, war poetry, and memoirs. Students will explore the power of visual images, including propaganda posters, political cartoons and postcards, that emphasize how governments and civilians prepared for war.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
History Teaching Institute - Ohio State University
Date Added:
04/13/2017