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3 edition of ROLE-PLAYING SIMULATIONS Middle School U.S. History—Exploration to Civil War found in the catalog.

ROLE-PLAYING SIMULATIONS Middle School U.S. History—Exploration to Civil War

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Published by Interact .
Written in English


About the Edition

2nd edition. Formerly: Short Role-Playing Simulations for Early U.S. History by Magnifico Publications

The Physical Object
Formatpaperback perfect biniding
Pagination109p.
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25892783M
ISBN 109785600494321

  The Essentials: Six Books on the Civil War These six histories of the Civil War that are must-reads if you want to better understand the conflict A group of officers in Culpeper, Virginia reading. What Is a Simulation? A simulation is a teacher-directed, student-driven activity that provides lifelike problem-solving experiences through role-playing or reenacting. Simulations use an incredible range of powerful teaching strategies. Students will acquire a richness and depth of understanding.

  Westward Expansion Web Sites; Lesson Plans, Activities, and more; Westward Expansion Web Sites. Lewis and Clark ★★★★☆ A companion to Ken Burns’ PBS film, this site provides background on the world of Lewis and Clark, an archive of their expedition, audio excerpts by historians, a discussion of Native American tribes encountered, classroom resources, an interactive story where . A great way to interactively teach your students about the conflict between the average Americans who fought in the Civil War! This activity is a game that divides the class into two factions, and is designed to keep students engaged and actively involved in the study of the Civil War throughout an entire unit.

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Civil is divided into 11 sections and the overview section offers causes of the war, a summary of the war, a look at the life of a soldier and the timeline of events.

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Fewer than one-third (32 percent) correctly named the 13th Amendment as the formal end of U.S. slavery. The Civil War Essential Question: What factors and events influenced the outcome of the Civil War. In an Experiential Exercise, students take on the role of soldiers at the Battle of Gettysburg and encounter key aspects of what it was like to be a soldier in the Civil War and then write about their experiences.

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