In this London history worksheet, students read a primary source letter, believed to have been written by Jack the Ripper, and then make some deductions about the type of person who wrote it by answering 6 short answer questions.
7th - 8th Social Studies & History 28 Views 32 Downloads
Hate, Anti‐Semitism, & Propaganda in the Holocaust
What is a hate symbol, and what role did racism and anti-Semitism play in the Holocaust? Your young historians will answer these questions through a series of engaging and interactive activities, as well as discover how Jews were...
7th - 9th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Hot off the Press: Jack the Ripper
In this Jack the Ripper worksheet, students use the information on this sheet to make a detailed set of bullet point notes about the different ways in which the Victorian press caused problems for the Metropolitan Police during the...
7th - 8th Social Studies & History
Pickpockets, Garotters, and Murderers
In this London crime worksheet, students read about the pickpockets, garrotters, and murderers of London in the latter nineteenth century. Students answer questions about the crime article by answering six short answer questions.
6th - 8th Social Studies & History
Jack's London: Jack the Ripper
I'm not sure exactly how this topic will fit into your social studies lesson, but it is interesting. Super sleuths are provided with major clues and information regarding Jack the Ripper and his victims. They are also given a list of...
7th - 12th Social Studies & History
Investigating Jack London's White Fang: Nature and Culture Detectives
Young scholars explore images of the Klondike and read Jack London's White Fang to become culture and nature detectives. In this novel analysis lesson, students analyze the setting of the novel and the ways London portrays nature and...
7th - 9th Science