US History Lesson Plan Templates in High School Social Studies

Find free High School Social Studies Lesson Plan Templates on US History.
The Sons and Daughters of Liberty
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
On this 60 Second Civics podcast we learn about the Sons of Liberty and the Daughters of Liberty.
Committees of correspondence
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This 60 Second Civics podcast explores how the American colonists began to organize resistance against the British.
Differing views on taxation
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This 60 Second Civic podcast considers how views in Britain and America differed widely on the unpopular taxes levied on the American colonies.
The Stamp, Quartering, Declaratory, and Tea Acts
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
In this 60 Second Civics podcast we learn about four unpopular taxes in American colonial history.
The Proclamation of 1763 and the Sugar Act
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
In this 60 Second Civics podcast we learn about two British laws that quickly became unpopular in the colonies.
Prelude to war
60-Second Civics 
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2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
In this podcast from 60 Second Civics we learn about the First Continental Congress.
A new interest in America
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This 60 second Civics podcast explores the idea that for most of the colonial period, Britain left its American colonies alone. But then it needed...
The establishment of government in the colonies
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This 60 Second Civics podcast considers the first priority for American colonists: protecting themselves from the abuse of power.
Colonial Charters
60-Second Civics 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This 60 Second Civics podcast looks at Colonial Charters, an early form of government in America.
American colonists and rights
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
In this podcast from 60 Second Civics we discuss the rights American colonists were accustomed to and why they refused to have these rights abridged.