Historical Thinking Lesson Plan Templates in High School Social Studies

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Did WWI Lead to Greater Internationalism? (worksheet)
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Andrew Carnegie devoted the later portion of his life to attempting to bring about world peace. He created the Church Peace Union (CPU) in February...
Martin Luther King and the Philosophy of Nonviolence
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Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered for his achievements in civil rights and for the methods he used to get there — namely, nonviolence. More than...
The Vietnam War Lesson Guide
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Explore classroom lesson plans related to Ken Burns's and Lynn Novick’s ten-part, 18-hour documentary series, THE VIETNAM WAR , which tells the story...
Thinking Democratically
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The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs "Thinking Democratically" section and its accompanying resources and activities is meant to...
How Should We Define Fascism Today? (worksheet)
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Political ideologies such as democracy, socialism, and fascism have flexible definitions that can depend on the government you are describing, the...
Socialism, Capitalism, and Social Democracy: A Primer
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Political ideologies such as democracy, socialism, and fascism have flexible definitions that can depend on the government you are describing, the...
Should the U.S. Have Invaded Iraq in 2003 for the Purpose of Democracy Promotion? (worksheet)
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On March 20, 2003, the United States military, under the command of President George W. Bush, invaded Iraq along with a "coalition of the willing."...
Should Democracy Promotion Still Be a United States Priority? (Socratic Seminar)
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In the 20th and early 21st centuries, the United States was extremely active in promoting democracy abroad. From World War II to proxy wars during...
Moral Leadership and the Environment
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The United States is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gas in the world, yet the federal government was unwilling to commit to the non-...
Special Interest Groups, Climate Change, and Moral Leadership (classroom activity)
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The controversial 2010 court case Citizens United v. FEC opened space for the creation of Super PACs, which are outside, disclosed groups that can...