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GaDOE_SocialStudies Dec 7
Remembering “a date which will live in infamy” on this day, Dec 7, 1941 “the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.”
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Griffin-Spalding Social Studies Dec 6
Great learning about Inquiry and graphs, diagrams, charts, maps and more visual literacy ! Always in !
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Stanford History Education Group Dec 6
"It is teaching my students relevant skills that they'll need to be engaged participants in this democracy."
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Griffin-Spalding Social Studies Dec 5
Program - Margaret Sartor and Alex Harris, Where We Find Ourselves: The Photographs of Hugh Magnum, 1897-1922 - Atlanta History Center
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Ms.Freeman Dec 4
2day we rocked, read, rolled, and highlighted our way into understanding the Tuskegee Airmen! I shared with SS stories about my grandpa who was a Tuskegee Airmen! Ss found evidence to support. their answers! ✈️ 📝
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Primary Source Nexus Dec 4
New York City politician William “Boss” Tweed, leader of the city's Democratic Party who with his Tammany Hall cronies stole millions of dollars, escaped from jail on Dec. 4, 1875. Get the story with !
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Ms.Freeman Dec 3
2day was my first day using paintings to teach a historical concept! We C&C Rosie the Riveter to Isaiah the Prophet! Ss then had two text dependent questions that followed! Ss really had a great time! 🎨 🖌
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Griffin-Spalding Social Studies Dec 3
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Griffin-Spalding Social Studies Dec 3
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Ms.Freeman Dec 3
Ss in Rm 416 will never look at commercials the same again! Today we analyzed a popular commercial to learn more about the changing role of women! SS is literally everywhere!
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Griffin-Spalding Social Studies Dec 3
“Puzzling” with primary sources engages students, elevates and focuses student thinking, and kids love it!
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Ms.Freeman Dec 2
2day we hit the ground running as we analyzed primary sources and answered questions centered around the concept of rationing! Ss found it hard to believe that citizens went through this, yet understood it demonstrated nationalism! 🥬🥦🥛⛽️
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Griffin-Spalding Social Studies Nov 30
Fake News Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts : All Tech Considered : NPR
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Allison Baker Nov 27
If you or a family member lived during WWII, please consider making a short video to help our 5th graders make real world connections via
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EdSurge Nov 25
Interested in learning about the history of Social Studies? This infographic has all the information you need:
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Georgia Encyclopedia Nov 27
LINK CORRECTED: Hey Georgia teachers! 👋You can now download a PDF of Our Arc of Constancy, a brief history of Georgia's state legislature. Produced by this booklet features biographies, quick facts, a timeline, and links to the NGE!
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Stanford History Education Group Nov 26
We administered an assessment to a national sample of over 3,000 high school students. The six exercises in our assessment gauged students’ ability to evaluate digital sources on the open internet. You can view the full report at
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