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Does It Matter Who Ended Slavery?
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In the past 30 years, scholars have pushed back against the idea that Abraham Lincoln, “The Great Emancipator,” was the primary force behind...
Why Did the South Secede?
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Investigating the arguments surrounding the Southern secession movement of 1860 and 1861, students consider the events leading up to the decision to...
Audrie & Daisy: Lesson Plans for Educators to Encourage Student Dialogue and Understanding the Root Causes of Sexual Violence
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
The Audrie and Daisy Lesson Plans for educators will help encourage dialogue in your classrooms that will both educate and activate students to...
Education and Equality in the Courts
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
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This lesson engages students in inquiry, using primary-source analysis of American public education as a result of the Mendez v. Westminster federal...
area under the curve
Arsleen Abumari
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2018
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  • Algebra
  • High School
how to find area under the curve
Criminal Justice Overview by Criminal Justice Graduate Students
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  • US Government
  • High School
A two day lesson on criminal justice (without political bias) used to inform high school students preparing to become adults. With explainations of...
Intro to Criminal Justice by Graduate Students
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  • Functions of Government
  • High School
A unbiased overview and introduction into Criminal Justice by students in the University of Louisville Graduate Student Program
A Complete Lesson Plan on Using the Interrogative Pronoun
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
The Weekly Text from Mark's Text Terminal for June 28, 2018, is a complete lesson plan on using interrogative pronouns.
A Complete Lesson Plan on the Latin Word Root Agri
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
The Weekly Text from Mark's Text Terminal is a complete lesson plan on the Latin word root agri.
Five Worksheets on the Homophones Two, Too, and To
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
On a Monday morning on July, here are five worksheets to help students master the use of three frequently confused homophones, two , too , and to .