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Champion for Democracy? - Woodrow Wilson
12 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewRacist? Man of his time? Master statesman? Naive idealist? Historians still question the political legacy of Woodrow Wilson. Encourage your scholars to engage in the debate by using a biography that traces Wilson's academic and political...
Defining America's Role in the World
5th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
As the first American president to win the Nobel Peace Prize, and only one of four presidents to do so in United States history, Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy achievements and preservation of peace are often overshadowed by his...
The Fed Explains: The Central Bank
4 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What does the Federal Reserve actually do? Explore the three main responsibilities of the Fed—setting monetary policy, regulating and supervising banks, and acting as a bank for the federal government—with a short and engaging video.
The Debate in the United States over the League of Nations: Five Camps: From Voices of Consent to Voices of Dissent
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Young scholars explore and discuss Woodrow Wilson's concepts for peace and the League of Nations. They understand efforts made to foster American support for the League and discuss the opposition shown in the Senate.
United States Entry into World War I: A Documentary Chronology of World War I
9th - 12th
Learners identify several important events that led to U.S. involvement in World War I. They examine different explanations, form an opinion about the evidence for each rationale and then create a slideshow to present their findings.
United States Entry into World War I: Two Diametrically Opposed Views
9th - 12th
High schoolers analyze the events leading to U.S. entry into World War I. They read a speech by President Wilson and an opposition speech, list the reasons each gives for American entry into the war, and complete a Venn diagram.
United States Entry into World War I: A Documentary Chronology
9th - 12th
High schoolers complete a unit of lessons on the events that led to U.S. involvement in WWI. They complete a Webquest, conduct research, complete a Venn diagram, read and discuss the reasons for entering the war, and create a slideshow.