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To the Moon and Back - Charles Duke
To the Moon and Back - Charles Duke

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In this activity students will learn about the moon and the Apollo 16 mission by playing a game that helps Charles Duke in his flight to the moon. The activity uses information from the Hall of Fame...

Voting Rights Act of 1965
Voting Rights Act of 1965

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Students have studied the Fifteenth Amendment, which was supposed to have granted African-American male citizens the right to vote, as well as the Nineteenth Amendment which expanded voting rights to...

The Solid South Shifts
The Solid South Shifts

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Students will research and describe the events and historical figures that were integral to the Solid South’s shift from supporting the Democratic Party to supporting the Republican Party. Students...

Skyping Through Colonial Settlements
Skyping Through Colonial Settlements

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The influences of European nations that settled North America as well as the geographic landscape of each region were two of the most impactful factors that led to how the original thirteen colonies...

Colonists Wanted!
Colonists Wanted!

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As a result of the explorations of the Spanish, French, and English, there was much competition to settle permanent colonies in the New World. There were many hardships (such as disease, climate...

Diary of a Grain of Rice OR an Indigo Plant
Diary of a Grain of Rice OR an Indigo Plant

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The mid-1700s saw the rise of plantations across the South and the move from sustenance to cash crops saw a greater dependence on slave labor. The labor-intensive, back-breaking work of planting and...

Your Words Speak For Themselves
Your Words Speak For Themselves

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With the exception of America’s indigenous population of Native Americans, the United States of America was populated by immigrants from different parts of the world. Each immigrant group became...

What Can I Say To Convince You?
What Can I Say To Convince You?

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In this lesson students will explore FDR’s New Deal program. They will then put themselves in the position of being strategists for a presidential campaign today. In doing so they will need to...

Commemorating the "War to End All Wars"
Commemorating the "War to End All Wars"

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In this unit students will review the events leading up to the United States’ involvement in World War I, analyze President Wilson’s speech to Congress asking them to vote favorably for war, explore...

Restoring the Union
Restoring the Union

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The students will be able to create either a free verse poem or journal entry as if they were a freed man during the Civil War Reconstruction Period in order to explain life in SC based on political...

Virtual Native American Museum Exhibits
Virtual Native American Museum Exhibits

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Native American tribes were the first people that lived in the area of South Carolina. These tribes were all a part of the group of Native Americans known as the Eastern Woodlands and were among the...