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SEGA L'éveilleur®🚨 Feb 17
When I was in Uniform in my youthful age, the uncircumcised Wilting herbalist & Political urchin, dangerously headed for Age 60 (Kayode Ogundamisi), was an OPC MaiGuard.
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Advaid Sep 29
Ques : Did any officers of the Indian National Army (INA) or 1946 Naval Mutiny join the Hindu Mahasabha Or RSS after Independence? Ans : Zero Ques : Did they join the Communist movement? Ans : Many of them. Prominent names are Capt Lakshmi Sahgal & PJ Antony.
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Robyn Apr 27
Finally nailed how to take notes to give feedback after a Socratic Seminar- mapping. And, the Ss love looking at the designs which makes them analyze the discussion without know it. Win-win! Thanks for the idea!
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The Pholosopher 💛🕊🖤 Nov 5
This is what many 7th graders are being told in public school civics classes. You really shouldn't need much more evidence to immediately withdraw them. Check out
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Stacy Stout Nov 4
I introduced the Famine today by showing bits from so that students could get an idea just what life was like in Famine times. We watched from 4.34 to 22.57.
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Stacy Stout Nov 4
An excellent video about Skellig Michael that I showed 1st years today, they all want to go on a school tour to Kerry now!!
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Fintan Creagh Mar 21
Nice revision crossword for second year history covering the American War of Independence, is an underrated site for resource making
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Coláiste De Lacy Nov 15
Our second year history students created mini booklets on the voyage of Ferdinand Magellan, great work by all!
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Jamie Coleman Sep 3
Ummmm- did you know that the ideology of the Republican Party switched at the end of/after Frederick Douglass’ life? Lincoln’s Republican Party was based in the North and in favor of federal expansion, Democrats were the South and opposed to federal expansion.
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The Pholosopher 💛🕊🖤 Sep 11
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Mrs. Carr Sep 3
Studying Illinois and students could pick any topic connected to Illinois. You were a popular choice
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Lake Orion High School Oct 4
Students in Ms. Helberg’s AP World History classes create “Temples of Knowledge” while examining important themes of Mesoamerican, North American, and South American early civilizations.
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Dakota Collegiate Oct 24
Teaching and learning with multiple languages in one classroom. Providing multiple entry points creates success for everyone.
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Mr. Moriarty May 20
We’re taking a deep dive into slavery this week by analyzing images of enslaved people in a gallery walk and discussion. What is happening in the image? How are they dressed? What kind of life do you think they live? What questions are left unanswered by the image?
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St. Aidans History May 9
Cross curricular Geography/History field trip for our First Years today to the Rock of Cashel and Mitchelstown Caves
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Olivia Strohman Sep 11
Loving the curriculum!!! My students explored caves by observing the painting and artifacts in each all while the lights were off and their flashlights were on! I had so much fun watching them learn.
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Highlands Barcelona Sep 30
This week both classes of 1st of ESO have recreated the Palaeolithic period. We made cave paintings, practised bone carving and created tools by using elements from nature. We had an amazing time learning about history and archaeology!
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St. Aidans History Feb 25
On this day in 1936 Adolf Hitler opens the first Volkswagen plant in East Germany
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¡Ay, Caramba! Mar 13
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#ACADEMICS (Janet T.) Jan 14
Look who I found, totally engaged in their dual enrollment ! ! ⁩ ⁦@fcpsCOLLEGE⁩ ⁦
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