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Hiroshima, From All Sides

  • Students will understand how the “Atomic Bomb” affected humanity and ended WWII.
  • Students will understand how the “Atomic Bomb” affected: scientists, Japanese citizens, and US leaders.... [more]

What is a Primary Source?

To introduce the concept of primary sources, the value of primary sources, and be able to identify and interpret artifacts and primary source documents to understand events in... [more]


Jefferson Administration

The students will analyze and explain the major domestic issues occurring during the Thomas Jefferson administration.



Students will be able to describe and discuss how the United States acquired the Louisiana Territory and how the United States acquired information about its new... [more]


A Differentiated Way through Think Dots

The students will classify new species and compare the contributions of Natural Resources found during the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Other students will investigate and research the Capital, Natural, and Human Resources of the American Indians that were met along the trail since the 19th... [more]