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Imagine It! Shh! We’re Writing the Constitution. 12 terms
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Noel Macdonald
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Ancient Egypt Ancient History Social Studies World History
AP World History: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations 40 terms
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Jacob Patel
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Egypt Social Studies
G6 Social Study Chapter 2 Section 2 Later Kush 11 terms
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Lesly Nixon
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Egypt Social Studies Trade
Chapter 4 – Ancient Egypt & Kush – Lesson 5 – Ancient Kush 27 terms
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Alice Rees
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Ancient History Bow And Arrow Egypt Social Studies
Chapter 10 – The Kingdom of Kush 30 terms
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Mya Day
30 terms
Geography of North America History of the Americas Social Studies World Geography
Harriet Tubman DBQ 8 terms
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Gracie Stone
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AP World History Middle East Social Studies Theology World History
DBQ Vocabulary: How did Islam spread so quickly? 14 terms
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Deacon Kirby
14 terms
Conjunctions Literature Social Studies Writing
7th Grade STAAR Writing Review, Week 2 30 terms
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Kayden Hussain
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History of the Americas Social Studies Supported Popular Sovereignty World History And Geography
Causes of the Civil War Part 1 30 terms
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Will Walter
30 terms
Political Behavior Random Digit Dialing Social Studies
Test3 – Flashcard 96 terms
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Alden Wolfe
96 terms
A Level History AP Government Social Studies
CH5 History 62 terms
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Lucas Davies
62 terms
Late 1800s And Early 1900s Social Studies World History World History And Geography
world studies exam chapter 9 (Mathis) 25 terms
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Sienna Rogers
25 terms
Old Stone Age Social Studies The Stone Age World History
AP World History Study Guide 90 terms
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Isabella Parker
90 terms
English 1 English/Language Arts 2 (10Th Grade) Family Music Social Studies Turning Point
Tuck everlasting study guide and notes 38 terms
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Alice Rees
38 terms
Civics Federal Government Social Studies
American Government Final Exam Study Guide 106 terms
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Alden Wolfe
106 terms
African National Congress Indian Independence Movement Law Enforcement North And South Korea Political Science Serious Bodily Injury Social Studies
MPOETC State Certification Studycards 67 terms
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Sienna Rogers
67 terms
Civics Equal Rights For Women Equality Before The Law History of Europe Scorched Earth Policy Social Studies
French Revolution Study Guide Answers 59 terms
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Kieran Carr
59 terms
AP Human Geography Chest And Back Geology Social Studies The Art Of War
Tectonic Plates 33 terms
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Patrick Marsh
33 terms
Articles Of Confederation Build And Maintain French And Indian War Grievances Against The King History of the Americas Social Studies
SS8H3 Study Guide 28 terms
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Alicia Bennett
28 terms
Course(s) In English Social Studies
Fever 1793 – All Chapters 184 terms
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Ben Powell
184 terms
Civil War History of the Americas Social Studies
Civil War Study Guide 48 terms
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Julia Rush
48 terms
A Level History Ancient History Economic And Social Problems History of Europe Social Studies World History
Flashcards on History Alive: The Medieval World and Beyond 128 terms
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Collin Foley
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When reading a paragraph in her social studies textbook, Mary has difficulty distinguishing a main idea from supportive points and details. An appropriate activity that will help her will be to…
Skim an entire reading selection rapidly
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A graph shows that in national average percentile scores homeschooled kids perform on average 30% higher in reading, math, language, science, and social studies tests than public schooled kids. (visual analysis)
Ray, Brian D. ”Homeschool Progress Report 2009: Academic Achievement and Demographics” 2009. Web. Accessed 21 May 2014
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Mrs. Stewart teachers a social studies course that is currently focusing on map-reading skills. She gives each group of students a map of their community and tells them to use the map to create directions of how to get from school to the community center, from there to zoo, and back to school again. Mrs. Stewart probably uses this activity to:
Make the content meaningful and relevant.
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FDR and the Supreme Court: (“Packing” the Supreme Court) Base your answer on the cartoon below and on your knowledge of social studies. How was the situation illustrated in the cartoon resolved? (1) The United States entered World War II after the attack on Pearl Harbor. (2) The Supreme Court used its power of judicial review. (3) Congress rejected the president’s plan to pack the Supreme Court. (4) The president vetoed Congress’s attempt to reform the judiciary
(3) Congress rejected the president’s plan to pack the Supreme Court.
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Think for a moment of the type of social studies advocated by Francis Parker and John Dewey. Now think about a fourth grade teacher who relies heavily on textbook lesons
Parker and Dewey would not approve of the way the fourth grade teacher teaches
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Progressive educatiors were very imfluental in the subsequent history of elementary education in the united states. One progressive, francis parker changed social studies by:
Introducing field trips and hands on experiences, and in doing so breaking away from memorization of the textbook
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Psychosocial studies look at the changes that take place
-inside the individual,and between individual and group
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Use the excerpt and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following questions. “We are now far into the fifth year, since a policy was initiated, with the avowed object, and confident promise, of putting an end to slavery agitation. Under the operation of that policy, that agitation has not only, not ceased, but has constantly augmented. In my opinion, it will not cease, until a crisis shall have been reached, and passed. ‘A house divided against itself cannot stand.’ I believe this government cannnot endure, permanently half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved—I do not expect the house to fall—but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing, or all the other.” —Abraham Lincoln, 1858 To what did Abraham Lincoln refer when he said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.”?
the Union could not continue with both free states and slave states
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Which of the following best explains how urbanization contributed to the development of the field of sociology in the 1800s? A. Urbanization created a larger group of wealthy people in cities that could contribute to colleges. B. Urbanization brought people close together, which caused them to discuss social issues. C. Women in cities had access to education and worked to develop sociology as a field of science. D. The government needed sociologists to provide and run urban health programs. E. People living in cities conducted their own social studies in order to change their living conditions.
B. Urbanization brought people close together, which caused them to discuss social issues.
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Mr. Sutton is beginning a new unit in his social studies book. He instructs the class to read the title; read the introduction, summary and question; read the heading and sub headings read the print; study visual materials such as pictures, maps and diagram. Which of the following study skill is he demonstrating?