Social studies classrooms can often become a regurgitation of facts, events, and people throughout history.
In the summer of 1381, working people in England were enraged, and for two months they made their voices heard by forming armed groups, marching on several towns and London, destroying the property of hated government officials, and burning tax records.
Urban legends, referred to by folklorists as contemporary legends, are fictional stories claimed to be true.
Etymology, the study of the origin of words and how the meanings of words change over time, is just as relevant in social studies as it is in English classes.
Quacks love health crises, and the COVID-19 virus has become very lucrative for people who make claims about unscientific cures.
The United States has been involved in trade wars with nations around the world in recent years.
Essential questions ask students to consider the “big picture” of a topic.
Popular culture is the culture of the majority or the masses of people in a society—what a large part of a population believes or does, and objects representing beliefs or activities within that society.
The Industrial Revolution of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries transformed technology, the economy, and daily life.
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