World History Activities in High School Social Studies

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Bloody Sunday  Aftermath Matching Game
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  • Scientific, Political, Cultural and Industrial Revolutions
  • High School
Straightforward matching exercise - students must match events that occured post bloody sunday with the significance of those events. Then students...
Surviving the 1905 Revolution
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  • Scientific, Political, Cultural and Industrial Revolutions
  • High School
<p>‘Dominos’ exercise - to build up an account of what happened after Bloody Sunday. Differentiated versions plus thinking tasks at the end...
1905 Revolution
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2016
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Cartoon and questions based British cartoon from 27th January 1905
How Did Medieval People Explain and Treat Disease?
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  • Scientific, Political, Cultural and Industrial Revolutions
  • High School
PowerPoint based on the textbook; "Medicine and Health Through Time". Overview of medieval medicine and disease. The worksheet is one I use for...
Stalin, Five Year Plan, Japan, Meiji Restoration
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
This activity gives students data from Stalin's Five Year Plans and how the Soviet Union developed its industry while also giving data from Japan's...
Teaching Human Rights: Sweatshops
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
In this lesson on teaching human rights, students will explore workers' rights and global supply chains. Armed with this information, your students...
Enlightenment/Meeting of Estates General Role-Play
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  • Scientific, Political, Cultural and Industrial Revolutions
  • High School
This activity has students divided into the 3 Estates in pre-Revolutionary France. The handout is a useful document that shows each social class in...
State of Nature, Social Contract Activity
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  • Scientific, Political, Cultural and Industrial Revolutions
  • High School
This activity has students begin where their plane has crashed on a desert island and they must negotiate space, food, and a social contract. It...
Who was more important: Jenner; Pasteur or Koch?
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
A lesson that gets students to assess the relative importance of the three individuals in the fight against disease.
History of Medicine Activity
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  • Scientific, Political, Cultural and Industrial Revolutions
  • High School
PowerPoint with additional timeline sheets/ manipulatives that get students to identify important events/people through the history of medicine...