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Students read and answer questions about the poetry of John Keats. In this John Keats poetry lesson, students read selected poems and answer questions about central ideas, themes, and stanzas. They write original poetry.
In this online interactive world history worksheet, students answer 21 matching questions regarding the Cold War. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this U.S. history worksheet, learners read assigned textbook pages regarding the Cold War 1950's America and respond to 50 short answer questions.
Students investigate U.S. history by creating a timeline.  In this U.S. Government lesson, students examine the Marshall Plan and collaborate in groups to create a timeline of the event.  Students discuss the different timelines and how they came to their conclusions.
In this Canadian history instructional activity, students view a PowerPoint presentation about Canada's role in this Cold War and then respond to 27 fill in the blank questions. The PowerPoint is not provided.
Students research Chinese history and Chinese philosophy and answer short answer questions. For this China lesson plan, students have 4 short answer questions to answer.
Students gain a basic understanding of Capitalism and Communism, the ideologies that fueled the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Young scholars examine lyrical content and social commentary of several songs recorded in the 1980s touching on the subject of Russia and/or the Cold War. They discuss music as a reflection of social attitude and consider if effects on the public.
Students read and discuss five selections presenting a range of opinions about the direction of the international system. Then students write an essay expressing their own ideas and opinions on the the subject.
Students examine the difference between a communist and a free-market economy. They discuss challenges occurring in Macedonia and explain the mood of its people.
Young scholars work together to research the history of Macedonia. As a class, they compare and contrast a free market economy with a state-controlled economy. In groups, they read a letter by a Peace Corp volunteer and compare it to their research of the country. They end the lesson by writing an essay about a recent change in their lives.
Young scholars explore the the dropping of the atomic bomb upon the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They examine a speech by President Kennedy and analyze the cause-and-effect relationships between the United States and the Soviet Union. As a class, they explore the devastation caused by the atomic bomb and the fear of communism.
For this Political Geography worksheet, students take notes in a chart while reading several passages, then answer five comprehension questions.
Students explore foreign policy. In this foreign policy lesson, students define terms regarding foreign policy. Students complete required textbook reading and worksheets which are not attached.
Tenth graders explore the origins of the Cold War.  In this Cold War lesson, 10th graders analyze selected songs and identify what historical events they reference.  Students create a musical collage or timeline for the period since the collapse of the Soviety Union (1990) to today.
Students explore foreign policy. In this foreign policy lesson, students define terms regarding foreign policy. Students respond to questions regarding textbook readings and a lecture regarding U.S. foreign policy.
Students read, discuss, and view a Powerpoint on the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. For this Gulf of Tonkin Resolution lesson plan, students research the resolution and then answer short answer questions about it.
Students consider why South Koreans fought in the Vietnam War. In this Vietnam War lesson, students engage in an activity through which they investigate why South Koreans fought in the Vietnam War and how their participation in the war was viewed.
Students discover the history of WWII by investigating the Nazis. In this World History lesson, students identify the Rhineland, the Treaty of Versailles, and how Nazis broke the agreement.  Students read transcripts of secret documents from the different European Governments and answer questions about them.
Students examine McCarthyism. In this Cold War lesson plan, students analyze 6 political cartoons by Herb Block that capture the essence of the Red Scare. Students discuss the cartoons and the fear of communism that permeated America. 

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