Resource: Stanford History Education Group.  This is a website with lessons aimed at teaching middle school-aged students and above to "read like a historian;" the lessons require a high level of English language proficiency but could possibly be adapted for students who are at lower levels.

Reading Like an Historian

The Reading Like a Historian curriculum by the Stanford History Education Group engages students in historical inquiry. One of the best history websites that includes lessons and documents.saves time and energy lesson planning!

Hollywood has pushed out some impressive historical dramas. However, these films can be brutal. Here are some great historical movies for junior high and high school.

Historical Movies for Middle School and High School Under R

From Schindler's List to Free State of Jones, Hollywood has pushed out some impressive historical dramas. However, these films can be brutal. Here are some great historical movies for junior high and high school.

A Handy Infographic Featuring Some of The Best YouTube Channels for Social Studies Teachers

Free resource of educational web tools, century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

Blank World History Timeline - Wow!!  This is a 100+ page FREE download that will allow you to make your own timelines for your social studies lessons.  Great visual in a special education classroom.  What a find.  Go to:  http://researchparent.com/blank-world-history-timeline/

Free, Printable Blank World History Timeline

Blank World History Timeline - Wow!! This is a 100+ page FREE download that will allow you to make your own timelines for your social studies lessons. Great visual in a special education classroom. What a find. Go to: http://researchparent.com/blank-world-history-timeline/

Using Videos to Teach Early American History - EducationPossible.com

Using Videos to Teach Early American History

A bulletin board inspired by The Stanford History Education Group and their Reading Like a Historian Curriculum. The bulletin board features the historical thinking skills.

Tracy Parks, Susan Watson A bulletin board inspired by The Stanford History Education Group and their Reading Like a Historian Curriculum. The bulletin board features the historical thinking skills.

This would be a great way to integrate technology. We could make all kinds videos but also watch videos on important events in history. Youtube has all kinds of educational videos and resources.

Turn Your Classroom Into A Time Machine [Infographic]

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