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Journey of Mankind - Bradshaw Foundation

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This beautifully designed site take visitors on an animated 160,000-year virtual migration of man. Beginning in the tropics of East Africa, the illustrated, annotated journey reveals...more
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This beautifully designed site take visitors on an animated 160,000-year virtual migration of man. Beginning in the tropics of East Africa, the illustrated, annotated journey reveals the many climatological events that governed the routes of early man. This is a spectacular resource, perfect as a foundation for a world cultures class, or for a study of world climate in science. The site states that it may require time to load (and it does!). Do not try this one a dial-up. This site requires FLASH. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): migration (59)

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Use this site as an introductory activity during a lesson on human evolution and travel out of man's birthplace. Introduce this site on the interactive whiteboard, either viewing it as a class or letting students look at it in cooperative learning groups. If using it on the interactive whiteboard, have student volunteers take turns interacting with the timeline - although be sure to pause between every scene to allow understanding and analysis of the material.
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Country Reports - ClassBrain

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Make this resource available for the next round of student reports. Locate a country of choice from the alphabetized list, and browse through an impressive collection of annotated sites...more
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Make this resource available for the next round of student reports. Locate a country of choice from the alphabetized list, and browse through an impressive collection of annotated sites addressing everything from economy and government to foods and cultural events.

tag(s): countries (76)

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Use this site as a resource for students working on research projects or papers about another country. Be sure to post the resource on any student handouts and on your teacher wiki or webpage to allow students to access the information both in and out of the classroom.

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History of Halloween - History Channel

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Turn Halloween into a history lesson with this History Channel site that traces its origin from an ancient Celtic festival to the modern-day practices of trick-or-treating and Jack-o'-lantern...more
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Turn Halloween into a history lesson with this History Channel site that traces its origin from an ancient Celtic festival to the modern-day practices of trick-or-treating and Jack-o'-lantern carving. Includes some hauntingly intriguing video clips (some with specific ties to American history), ghost stories, and recipes.

tag(s): halloween (40), holidays (147)

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This is a great site to show students how history can impact their everyday! One good project would be to use this site as an introduction to Halloween activities. Introduce the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector. There are several different "histories" on the site, such as the history of the Jack o'Lantern, or the origins of Halloween, or the origins of several ghost stories. Have students look at the site in pairs, and create a poster of what they thought were the most interesting facts. We recommend a site such as Padlet (reviewed here). Have students display their posters, and then use the free craft ideas offered to celebrate the holiday in your class!

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The Journey of Christopher Columbus - McGraw-Hill

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Follow Christopher Columbus on his 1492 journey to the new world with this informational site that reveals details of his life before the voyage, excerpts from his journals, a timeline,...more
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Follow Christopher Columbus on his 1492 journey to the new world with this informational site that reveals details of his life before the voyage, excerpts from his journals, a timeline, descriptions of the native people he encountered, and his activities after his return. Nice resource for a unit on explorers.

tag(s): explorers (61)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on the famous explorer. Because of the large amount of information, this activity would work best with a guide to highlight for students what is most important. For help creating such graphic organizers, we recommend using Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here). This would be a useful resource within a US history classroom.

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State and Regional Folk Tales - S.E. Schlosser

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This repository of folk tales from throughout the United States, organized by state and region, provides students with a great literary tapestry of American culture. Add to a unit on...more
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This repository of folk tales from throughout the United States, organized by state and region, provides students with a great literary tapestry of American culture. Add to a unit on your state's history, or use to supplement your reading curriculum. You MUST have Flash to see this site. Requires Internet Explorer 5 or higher, or you can use the most current version of other browsers (see HELP link at the bottom of the Art 21 page for more information).

tag(s): states (162)

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Introduce this site on the interactive whiteboard or projector, before allowing students to explore the site independently. Use the stories as a writing prompt - after students have explored for a set amount of time, have them write their own ghost stories about areas in the state. To tie it into history, teachers can make them time-pieces, with the stories required to be related to a certain unit or period of time.
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Google Maps - Google

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1 to 12
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Google Maps gives you live visuals of any location, ideal for planning a trip, picturing the relationship between places, and viewing physical characteristics of almost anywhere in...more
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Google Maps gives you live visuals of any location, ideal for planning a trip, picturing the relationship between places, and viewing physical characteristics of almost anywhere in the world. Type or paste in an address and click "search maps." If you click Satellite or hybrid versions of the map, you will see actual satellite images of the terrain. Zoom in and out, use the street view "orange man" to walk among the buildings and trees, or plan and share a route easily with Google Maps. Using your (free) Google membership allows you to save favorite places and more. Find businesses and other features near a specific map location: hotels, restaurants, schools, parks, and more. Google Maps has become more and more sophisticated, now offering many features previously only available in Google Earth, such as opening and/or saving placemarker files. Unlike Google Earth, Google Maps does not require software installation and does not use as much bandwidth for constant reloading. You can even play a tour of places you mark in Google Maps. They just keep adding more features! Google Maps is available as a free app for Android and iOS, too. The handy embed codes let you put any Google Map in a web page, blog, or wiki. Of course you do not need a membership or any special skills to simply SEE, share, or navigate a map. Membership gives you more ways to save.

tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (198), directions (20), maps (287)

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If you teach geography, this one's a must. It is also helpful for showing students WHERE a story or news event takes place. In lower grades, use it to show students basics of their community. Teach map skills by showing students their own community. Zoom in on their street or on the school. This site and its more sophisticated cousin, Google Earth, are great on an interactive whiteboard. Set up a class Google account (or use student accounts if permitted). Have students create their own custom route plans to tour historic sites. Challenge math students to plan the most economical route to visit several vacation destinations, including gas mileage and gas prices. Have students create placemarker files of the important places in the life of a famous person or the route traveled by a particular unit during the Civil War. Have student groups create placemarker files to show environmental sites, habitats, landforms, or anything you can place on a map. Embed projects in a class wiki using the handy embed code offered as a sharing option.

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French and Family - National Endowment for the Humanities

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Although this unit plan was originally written for early elementary students, the related readings and activities are ideally suited for foreign language classes at the middle school...more
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Although this unit plan was originally written for early elementary students, the related readings and activities are ideally suited for foreign language classes at the middle school level. With a focus on French language and culture, this series of lessons centers on family life. After learning about areas of the world where French is spoken, students explore the similarities and differences between French and American families and expand their foreign language vocabulary with French words for names of family members. Aligned to National Standards.

tag(s): family (59), french (88), vocabulary (323)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plan offered on this site - Foreign language teachers will appreciate this one.

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We Need Cash! - McRel

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Use this creative lesson plan to introduce your students to the many social services available in your town or city, the important needs they address, and the funding that supports...more
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Use this creative lesson plan to introduce your students to the many social services available in your town or city, the important needs they address, and the funding that supports each one. After researching various charitable, religious and civic organizations, students are asked to select one and argue persuasively in support of a hypothetical monetary grant to further its specific cause. Aligned to National Standards.

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Save this site and take advantage of the free lesson plan offered on this site! This could easily be used in a civics classroom.

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Weaving the Threads: Integrating Poetry Annotation and Web Technology - IRA/NCTE

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This clever multi-class activity challenges students to investigate Native American poetry, analyze it for key words, and create a hyperlinked document. Students use the selected key...more
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This clever multi-class activity challenges students to investigate Native American poetry, analyze it for key words, and create a hyperlinked document. Students use the selected key words as the basis for cultural research, reproduce the poem in electronic format, then hyperlink each keyword to more detailed information, creating an interactive literary experience. The final product is a Web page that can be shared with an authentic audience. But if Web page production is out of your comfort zone, this lesson can be accomplished using Word or PowerPoint. Aligned to National Standards.

tag(s): native americans (78), poetry (228)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plans offered on this site - a great for teachers to incorporate Native American Poetry into a cultural study. This could easily be manipulated for an English or American History class.

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No Place Like Home? - New York Times

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6 to 12
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The impact of the physical environment on an endangered species is the focus of this comprehensive lesson plan. After conducting research and analysis, students must create a plan for...more
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The impact of the physical environment on an endangered species is the focus of this comprehensive lesson plan. After conducting research and analysis, students must create a plan for saving an endangered species and design a printed advertisement to promote environmental awareness. Interdisciplinary connections and related resources are also provided. Aligned to National Standards.

tag(s): advertising (33), conservation (127), endangered species (38), species (29)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plan offered by the New York Times. This is a great way to connect science and government concepts. Be sure to save the site as a favorite to allow for easy retrieval later on.

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At the Tomb of Tutankhamen - National Geographic Society

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Experience the discovery of King Tut's tomb with this interactive edition of the 1923 National Geographic Magazine that first documented the exciting discovery. Visitors can read riveting...more
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Experience the discovery of King Tut's tomb with this interactive edition of the 1923 National Geographic Magazine that first documented the exciting discovery. Visitors can read riveting dispatches of the official opening and entering of the tomb, and view vintage photographs. Add your own creativity with a lesson plan or Web hunt to tap into this excellent resource.

tag(s): egypt (67), pyramids (29)

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This site is VERY slow to open, even on a high-speed connection. If you pan to use it on a projector or interactive whiteboard, open it early in the day so it is in the "cache" of the actual computer you plan to use. This will eliminate the behavior-challenging pauses while the page loads.

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Create a Timeline - Ourtimelines.com

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1 to 12
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This online tool lets you create a timeline of an individual's life using dates from 1000 AD to the present year. Enter the person's name and dates, add events (historic ...more
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This online tool lets you create a timeline of an individual's life using dates from 1000 AD to the present year. Enter the person's name and dates, add events (historic or personal) and their beginning/ending dates, and click the "generate" button.

tag(s): timelines (62)

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The Big Myth - Distant Train

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Experience myths from cultures throughout the world with this impressive site that provides multimedia renditions of world creation stories. Each of the nine myths includes an overview...more
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Experience myths from cultures throughout the world with this impressive site that provides multimedia renditions of world creation stories. Each of the nine myths includes an overview of the culture that produced it, suggested class activities, and discussion questions. You'll need headphones for this one. Great site to add to a comparative study of world cultures.

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Introduce this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Then have students explore this site independently or in small groups. This site is an excellent addition to the study of oral history, world history, and the study of native cultures. If using any research projects on the aforementioned projects, post the site on your class web page or wiki to allow students to access it in and out of the classroom.
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A Personal Holocaust Remembrance - MSNBC

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7 to 12
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A Michigan teen has produced his own documentary based on first-person interviews with his grandparents about their experiences as holocaust victims. The interviews were the first time...more
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A Michigan teen has produced his own documentary based on first-person interviews with his grandparents about their experiences as holocaust victims. The interviews were the first time they had spoken with a family member about those events. Includes video clips.

tag(s): holocaust (39), nazis (10), world war 2 (142)

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Open this site on the interactive whiteboard or projector to introduce a unit on the Holocaust during a World or US history class. Have students read aloud the information, or summarize the main points yourself before previewing the video in class. This is a great way to make the events of the Holocaust more real and personal.

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History Explorer - Smithsonian

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This multimedia site explores various facets of American history through Lessons, interactives, Themes and more. Visitors can view objects that are part of the Smithsonian collection,...more
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This multimedia site explores various facets of American history through Lessons, interactives, Themes and more. Visitors can view objects that are part of the Smithsonian collection, navigate between historical eras, or filter the information by selected themes (Arts and Culture, Politics and Reform, etc.) Items in the exhibit are linked to National Museum of American History websites that provide more in-depth information.

tag(s): agriculture (55), american revolution (86), famous people (19), japan (61), japanese (42), jazz (15), lincoln (86), politics (99)

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Use this site as the starting point for individual or group projects. There is enough information in "exhibit" details to provide a starting point for students trying to decide what to base a research project on. Recommend the site to students who are having difficulty picking a project subject.
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Test Your Geography Knowledge - Lizard Point

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3 to 8
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These interactive geography quizzes test basic spatial knowledge of continents and oceans, the United States, and countries throughout the world. Click on an area of the map to select...more
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These interactive geography quizzes test basic spatial knowledge of continents and oceans, the United States, and countries throughout the world. Click on an area of the map to select a quiz. Great review activity.

tag(s): countries (76), oceans (148), states (162)

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Use these quizzes to help students review either post-instruction or before an assessment. Have students complete the site on individual computers or as a class on the interactive whiteboard. Have a team competition as students use the site on an interactive whiteboard and try to see which group can complete it the fastest - and most correctly!

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Zoom into Maps - Library of Congress

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Browse through this extensive collection of maps from 1500 AD to modern times and discover some incredible gems to supplement everything from a history lesson to a study of Shakespeare's...more
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Browse through this extensive collection of maps from 1500 AD to modern times and discover some incredible gems to supplement everything from a history lesson to a study of Shakespeare's plays. Start with the site's downloadable graphic organizer that guides students through map analysis. A series of questions and tips for interpretation accompany each type of map and help with understanding of orientation, legend, and scale.

tag(s): maps (287)

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Use this site for a geography course, or in a world history course when discussing the importance of cartography and its many varieties. Use this site as an anticipatory set or "activator" to introduce a unit or lesson on a projector. Work through the examples as a class, highlighting the images and what can be observed in each. This is a great way to show students concrete examples of how maps are and can be used.

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The Sport of Life and Death - Mint Museum of Art

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Learn about the land and culture of Mesoamerica with this engaging site that draws visitors into the ancient world of athletes and gods. After exploring maps and timelines, and learning...more
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Learn about the land and culture of Mesoamerica with this engaging site that draws visitors into the ancient world of athletes and gods. After exploring maps and timelines, and learning about the elements of the sport, visitor can participate in a unique version of the Mesoamerican Ballgame - the most outstanding feature of the site. To play, students must enter correct responses to content-specific questions. Points are earned by choosing correct answers. Lose the game, and find out why this was know as "the sport of life and death!" Contains great material for a Web hunt.

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on Meso-American history. Introduce the site on the interactive whiteboard before allowing students to explore it on classroom computers in their cooperative learning groups. This would be a great center in a World History course, primarily for Middle School grades.
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Life at the End of the Road - University of North Carolina

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This beautifully illustrated site explores the people, land, and culture of Patagonia. Visitors can investigate each of three thematic sections and experience the lives and landscape...more
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This beautifully illustrated site explores the people, land, and culture of Patagonia. Visitors can investigate each of three thematic sections and experience the lives and landscape of this remote region through audio interviews and photographs. Click on the "Timeline of Patagonia" link to take an interactive tour through the amazing history of the region - from 9,000 BC to the present.

tag(s): south america (39)

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You'll have to provide the framework for use of this site in the classroom, but it's an outstanding resource for a study of South American culture. Also available in Spanish.
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Odyssey Online - Emory University

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This extensive source, designed especially for elementary and middle school students, provides excellent information about the ancient cultures of the Near East, Egypt, Greece, and...more
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This extensive source, designed especially for elementary and middle school students, provides excellent information about the ancient cultures of the Near East, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. An additional section explores 19th - 20th century sub-Saharan Africa. Images of museum artifacts from each region are liberally distributed throughout the site, along with some interactive maps, occasional videos, and games. The Teacher Resource section provides lesson plans (aligned to national standards), suggestions for integrating art into the social studies curriculum, and helpful tips on using the site.

tag(s): egypt (67), greece (26), greek (41), greeks (30), romans (35), rome (27)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plans offered on this site! This site could also be used as a learning center or station during a unit on Ancient Civilizations. Because there is a lot of content, we recommend creating a guide or follow along for students to accompany the site. For help creating graphic organizers, try Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

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