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Read Aloud Dice Game

Sometimes I feel really guilty asking students to do a round-robin read aloud. I only do it a few times a year to ensure that I’ve heard every student read and that certain important text is heard by everyone. 239 more words

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Was Abraham Lincoln a Racist?

I can’t claim this lesson as my own, so I have to give a shout out to Stanford University’s Reading Like a Historian program. Their lessons are easy to use, engaging, and help me teach students the true historian skills they need for social studies success. 301 more words

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Lincoln's Decision

Every year, I try to save as much time for my┬áCivil War unit as possible. This year, I have tons of time, and I’m so excited to try novel┬álessons! 228 more words

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The Slave System: Document Based Question

If you are reading this today (3.28.17), I hope you will considering coming back to my blog in a
few days. I’m attending a training about literacy in social studies this week, and I got inspired to prepare my own document based question. 393 more words

Standard 3: Planning And Preparing