American History Lesson Plan Guides, American History Scope and Sequence
American History Lesson Plans, American History Unit Guides, American History Activities, Middle School, High School, History Teacher
Are you teaching American History this year? Are you looking for materials to get started and help you pace out your American History lessons? 
So many times you don't even know where to start when planning a new unit. These American History lesson planning guides include a pacing guide for each unit of study in American History and then break down the components of the lesson cycle with ideas for what activities will engage students in the content. If you have purchased one of my American History Part 1 or American History Part 2 Bundles, these guides will walk you through how to use each resource. These bundles and also be purchased together American History Part 1 & 2

What is included in each American History Lesson Plan Guide

Each lesson plan guide includes the vital parts of the lesson cycle with examples of Geography activities available to support each component.
  • Classroom Decor (Word Walls and Anchor Charts)
  • Bellringers for American History Ideas
  • Teacher Input, American History Guided Notes 
  • Student Activities to Anchor Learning, American History Choice Boards
  • American History Mapping Activities
  • American History Primary Source Activities 
  • Projects for American History Research
  • Collaborative Activities
  • Assessments, both formal and informal 
Full year American History scope and sequence, American History unit scope and sequence.
Overview of each lesson component which is a great refresher for lesson planning or guide for new teachers.
American History Lesson Plans, American History Unit Guides, American History Activities, Middle School, High School, History Teacher

This is a great resource for NEW TEACHERS and BACK TO SCHOOLlessons.

CLICK BELOW and get your free unit planning guide. It is the first free item in each bundle! 

A yearly American History Pacing Guide for Part 1 and American History Pacing Guide Part 2 that includes key topics to teach for each unit. And a breakdown of how to write a lesson plan. Best of all, THEY ARE FREE! 
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    Social Emotional Learning Awareness

    • What is Social Emotional Learning? 

      • Applying the knowledge, attitude, and skills to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve goals, demonstrate empathy, have positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
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      What are some common skills that student should practice? 

      • Practicing Empathy
      • Impulse Control
      • Emotional Awareness
      • Emotional Control
      • Managing Emotions
      • Communication
      • Positive Assertiveness
      • Finding Solutions
      • Goal-Directed Behavior
      • Personal Responsibility 
      • Responsible Decision Making
      • Positive Thinking
      • Social awareness- Relationships Skills
      • Self-Management
      • Self-Awareness
      • Disagreeing Respectfully
      • Showing Kindness 

      What are some ways to incorporate social emotional learning skills into your daily routine? 

      1. Define: Make a student-friendly definitions with the students.  
      2. Real-World Example: Use real world examples of the skill in practice and not in practice. 
      3. Application to Self: Have students think about when they practiced this skill successfully. 
      4. Recognition of Others: Have students recognize when others that demonstrated this skill or when others have not demonstrated this skill. 
      5. Action Steps: Have students think about how they could get better at this skill. 

      Why is it vital for us to be aware and incorporate these social emotional learning acknowledgments and lessons in our classrooms?

      • It ensures our students are given a safe and positive learning environment. 
      • It gives students additional tools to be successful in school. 
      • It prepares students to be successful in life. 
      • It improves student’s academic ability. 
      • It decreases student behavior incidents. 

      How will this help you build positive relationships with students?

      • It makes students feel safe and welcome in your room. 
      • It builds the relationship between the teacher and student. 
      Do you need a resource to get you started? Check out my Social Emotional Learning Posters. 
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