American History Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers, American History

➤American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides
These interactive guided notes and PowerPoints are great for the teacher input section of the lesson. Students can use these notes to complete assignments, as study guides, and to guide them through activity in the classroom and at home. 

Also part of AMERICAN HISTORY MEGA Bundle

American History Guided Notes & PowerPoints BUNDLE, US History, Print, Digital 

                            American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides
American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides

American History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory GuidesAmerican History Guided Notes, Interactive Notebook, Note Taking, PowerPoints, Anticipatory Guides




INCLUDED: 
➤Guided Note Pages for Students with Activities, Key Questions, and Graphic Organizers
➤Teacher Guided Notes Pages
➤PowerPoints to go with each set of Guided Notes
➤Anticipatory Guides for People, Places, and Vocabulary
Western Frontier Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Industrial Age Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Immigration and Urbanization Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Progressive Era Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Imperialism Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
World War I, WWI Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
1920s Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Great Depression, New Deal Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
World War II Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Cold War Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
1950s, Postwar Boom Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
JFK, New Frontier, LBJ, Great Society Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Civil Rights Movement Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Vietnam War Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
1960s, Era of Social Change Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Nixon, Ford, Carter Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Reagan and Bush Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Clinton and Bush Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers
Obama to Current Events Guided Notes and PowerPoints with Digital Graphic Organizers

HOW TO USE: 
➤Guided Notes- To keep notes organized and to ensure students are following along during teacher input section of the lesson. 
➤Activities- Embedded activities within each unit to keep student engaged (can be used in class or as their daily homework). 
➤Reflection Questions- Reflection questions to get students thinking about the application of the new material. 
➤Unit Background- Print and have student follow along for short class discussion daily. This will keep student engaged and they will leave with an organized set of notes 
➤Interactive Notebook Inserts- Print 2 to a page to paste into interactive notebooks as a reference sheet
➤Study Guide- Have student highlight and use to guide studying for unit test
➤State Test Review Pull out and use as a guide for state test prep at the end of the year.
➤AP Exam Overview- Pull out and use as a guide for AP exam review. 
➤Research Guide- Use notes to complete activities and reference key ideas and events when researching
➤Graphic Organizers- Use graphic organizer inserts to reflect and apply knowledge and skills learned. Use activities built in as class activities or homework review. ➤Homework Questions- Questions students answer straight from their notes to ensure they took good notes and review them nightly.  

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Finding COMFORT and JOY in digital learning.

Increase Student Engagement, Blended Learning, Go Paperless with Learned Lessons




Find some JOY in going paperless or just get our of your COMFORT zone by trying DIGITAL resources! 

Guide to what a digital classroom looks like:
Are you contemplating stepping into the digital world?  Well, let me give you a few quick tips that I learned the hard way. 

First,  decide your current level.
Beginner Level- Not Familiar
-Start small.  Try a blended learning approach with paper and digital resources.  A good start would be to use a no cost online program such as www.CommonLit.org  or ReadWorks. Both of these programs are easy to use and will allow your students an organized online platform for reading information and other test aligned to your content and to common core standards. 
► Middle Level- Can Easily Get Around in a Digital World
-If you are familiar with some use of digital learning, then you probably have a google classroom set-up or can easily set one up.  I recommend using online learning for projects and activities throughout your unit.  Maybe you don’t have a device for every student in your class, but your school has computer labs and/or laptop carts available.  Also, if you have a set of iPads or other devices within your room, you could run center rotations to get projects or activities done throughout the unit. I would suggest timeline relays, puzzles, profile projects, or choice boards activities to eliminate the use of paper and to engage students in the content. Click here for ready to go digital products.  




► Advanced Level- Google Certified Level 1 or 2
-If you are ready to eliminate most paper from your room, then you are ready to go 100% digital.  You are also ready to get your kids creating new products using great digital software available.  Think about have your students create digital portfolios, making movies, coding, and creating their own blogs. 

Do your homework before you assign digital work:
Second, check the activity, make sure all links work, have a backup plan for internet outages, make sure you can monitor the students while they work (turn screens or use a program such as GoGuardian or Nearpod).

Make sure the activity aligns to the objective or standard:
Third, make sure the activity requires students to submit proof of their learning and measures the objective for the day.  
Have a set of guided questions, a writing prompt, a graphic organizer.
Whatever they turn in can be in a digital format or a print format using a digital resource.  This depends on how comfortable you are with the activity.
•Checkout the great American History, Civics, Geography, Science, and ELA digital products below. 

Make sure you model the expectations and explain digital safety:
Fourth, ensure students understand how to stay safe and use online content appropriately.  An easy way to do this is to send students to Scholastic’s 10 Digital Safety Commandments for Students for a fun take on digital responsibility and safety.  My favorite from the site is below:
      V. Your local library is offering a PlayStation 4 to the best  neighborhood poet. You   
      happened to find the most amazing Minecraft poem on the   web last night. 
      Do you cut and paste the poem into a Word document?
      NoThou shalt not steal. Plagiarism is a crime!” 

And last, but certainly not least, remember the overall purpose of digital learning.  MIT said it best,
Digital learning technologies can enable students to grasp concepts more quickly and fully, to connect theory and application more adeptly, and to engage in learning more readily, while also improving instructional techniques, leveraging instructor time, and facilitating the widespread sharing of knowledge. Digital technologies will enable this in new and better ways and create possibilities beyond the limits of our current imagination.” _MIT EDU

So, kick back and enjoy the Comforts of a paperless classroom with a few digital activities from Learned Lessons.  Or if you are new to digital learning, I challenge you to step out of your Comfort zone!  
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