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The best way to learn world history and explore new civilizations is by studying GRAPES. Whenever my students begin studying a new civilization, I distribute GRAPES charts to students to fil…


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World History: What's the Question (sample) is a set of bell-ringers, challenges of the week, and more for the study of World History. Give students an answer, students come up with the question. If the answer is Vasco Da Gama, what is the question?

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European Imperialism in Africa Map Handout

European Imperialism in Africa Map color coding activity. Answer key included.Key Words:World History, colonization, African, map


100% free Powerpoints, videos, lesson plans and activities for world history with a focus on lessons that fit the Common Core.


Blank World History Timeline

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Gummy Bear Government is a fun little activity to hold in the classroom. By using different coloured gummy bears (and prior knowledge in previous lessons), students can represent the different forms of government found across the world. This allows students to have a clearer understanding of how democracy works globally and how global democracies compare to Australia's (Reynolds, 2014). Through this, students can appreciate Australian democracy and their involvement in their own communities.

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We could use some of these writing prompts for a creative writing assignment about history in language arts. RBW