Timeline of World War I
Subject(s): Social Studies
DocumentStudents will use a video and virtual tour to understand how they are encouraged to organize, resist, and rise up against social injustice.
DocumentWith this handout students can use magazines, poster board, and any other creative things they can find to fill the silhouette with all the things that describe the Grimke Sisters.
DocumentStudents can use this document to compare and contrast the Rollins Sisters and the Grimke Sisters while viewing both videos.
DocumentVideo questions are a great way to keep students engaged. Use these video questions for students to stay focused on the main points made in this video.
VideoBuilt between 1890 and 1895, this one-story cottage was home to Modjeska Monteith Simkins, considered "the Matriarch of Civil Rights activists of South Carolina," from 1932 until her death on April 5...
VideoThe second generation of suffragists came to prominence alongside the "New Woman" movement in the early 1900's. The American Woman Suffrage Association and the National Woman Suffrage Association...
This document contains a 15-day unit used to teach the new Social Studies standards for the Expansion and Migration Theme. There are two full lessons included, two mini-lessons, and every other day is...
During this SmartARTS lesson, students will learn what life like during the early South Carolina Textile Mill Era. Students will analyze photographs and close read a poem in order to gain information...
Students will obtain knowledge of the Industrial Revolution up to WWII.