U.S. HISTORY ACTIVITIES FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERSDownload
For example, the lesson on the Civil War has students scrutinize famous quotes for punctuation errors, while the Progressive Era lesson involves writing a children’s book on a reform movement. Other lessons concern English skills such as capitalization, subject-verb agreement, vocabulary context clues, irregular verbs, and summarizing. Lessons provide objectives, procedures, handouts (where applicable), and evaluations. Time required: 1–4 class periods.
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