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Frieling, Derek

Presidential Power

Student will rank the Presidential powers from most important to least important.
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World War I Trial

Students will conduct a trial based around the question “How should instigators of war be held responsible for their actions?”
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Marshall Plan Promotions

Students will be placed in the role to produce support for the Marshall Plan from both the American public and Congress.
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Colonial Social Media

Applying a historical figure to modern social media.
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Presidential Bracketology

Students will debate the achievements of the Presidents.
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Atrocities on Trial

Students will determine which war crime trials were the most heinous during World War II and use evidence to build a case to convict the guilty.
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The Civil Rights Presidents

The purpose of this lesson is to take a comparative examination of the Civil Rights Movement. The actions of three Presidents at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement will be examined to determine the effectiveness of each.
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Truman's Recognition of Israel - A Role Play

Students need to develop an understanding of foreign relations between the United States and the rest of the world, especially the Middle East.
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Kansas, Missouri, and the Civil War, 1854-1865

Students will utilize Google Earth to build a route map of a participant in the Border War between Missouri and Kansas, noting stops and events along their path in the war.
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Cuban Missile Crisis Spy

Students will examine and evaluate primary documents relating to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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