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"Pitchfork" Ben Tillman and Political Reform in South Carolina
Eleventh graders examine the political reform movement in South Carolina spearheaded by "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman. In this South Carolina history lesson plan, 11th graders examine primary and secondary sources regarding Tillman and his vision. Students take tests over the material.
The Hapsburgs And The Protestant Reformation Through Maps
What exactly was the House of Hapsburg? Discover the drama and intrigue that marked the time of the Protestant Reformation. Slides provide helpful text for notes and great images for added interest. They cover the rise of Maximilian I, Calvinism, and the Protestant Reformation.
Students calculate how much of each paycheck is deducted into the Medicare system, explain the need for health insurance and Medicare, and work in small groups to develop their own plan to reform Medicare.
The Protestant Reformation (1450 - 1565)
The Protestant Reformation didn't just happen, it happened for a reason. Discover the causes and effects of this world-altering event. Slides are rich with bulleted text and images. Each is easy to follow and will provide great lecture notes. Religion and politics during the 1500s, is comprehensively covered.
Introduction to Reform Movements of the 1800s
Eleventh graders consider the impact of reform movements of the 19th century. In this Progressive Reform lesson, 11th graders examine documents and images associated with women's suffrage, prohibition, and labor reform. Students respond to questions and discuss their findings.
Meet the Reformers
Seventh graders interpret historical evidence presented in primary and secondary resources. In this American reformers instructional activity, 7th graders research the accomplishments of selected reformers. Students then use the information they uncover to hold Meet the Press-style interviews with the reformers.
New! Renaissance and Reformation Test Preparation
This multiple-choice assessment on the Renaissance and Reformation reviews topics from humanism and the protests of Martin Luther to Italian city-states. While this is a traditional assessment designed by a textbook publisher, you can use some of these questions as part of a general review or as an opportunity to practice test-taking strategies.
The Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation
The Protestant Reformation and Counter Reformation provide a wealth of lesson and activity opportunities.
Power vs Truth
Young scholars explore Italian politics and warfare of the High Renaissance. They explain the effects of the Protestant Reformation and the Counter Reformation.
In this Protestant Reformation learning exercise, students read a 1-page selection and then respond to 7 short answer questions about Martin Luther and his actions.
Healthcare Reform Lesson Plans
Healthcare reform is a subject that students can debate, research, and analyze.
New! Renaissance and Reformation Chapter Review
Review key terms, vocabulary, sequence of events, and themes from the Renaissance and Reformation with this textbook chapter review. While designed by a publisher for a particular text, this resource can be incorporated into any classroom as a general assessment or review of main ideas and concepts.
Introduction to the Reformation
Ninth graders investigate the Protestant Reformation. For this global history lesson, 9th graders examine the provided primary sources that enable students to create posters and presentations that reveal how Catholicism, Lutheranism, Calvinism, and Anabaptism changed during the era.
The Reformers: Martin Luther and César Chávez
Kids consider the characteristics needed to be reformers like Martin Luther King and Cesar Chavez. They read a series of quotes focused on both animal and human rights to answer eight critical thinking questions.
Fifth graders identify key events of the Reformation. They recognize the impact of religion during the Middle Ages.
Martin Luther's Reformation in Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Ninth graders use literature to understand the Renaissance and Reformation. In this European history lesson, 9th graders read Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame and compare its elements to the "95 Theses" and "Justification of Faith" that Martin Luther wrote about the Roman Catholic Church. Students identify current events that feature corruption and power and then write persuasive pieces about misuse of power.
Notable American Female Social Reformers
Students explore female social reformers in the United States by utilizing the Internet. They discuss why and how the female reformers became involved in the social reforms in the United States. They describe the reformers' involvement in the changing of social institutions in America during the late 19th century.
DIMPLED BALLOTS, HANGING CHADS AND REFORM
Students investigate some of the recent reforms that have been implemented in the election system in the last few years. They utilize critical thinking skills to analyze the intent, impact and desirability of those changes. In addition, they create a reform to propose of their own and write a letter expressing their ideas to a local elected official.
In this online interactive world history worksheet, students answer 20 matching questions regarding the Protestant Reformation. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
The Protestant Reformation
For this online interactive world history worksheet, students answer 10 multiple choice questions regarding the Protestant Reformation. Students may submit their answers to be scored.