High School Social Studies Lesson Plans Number 50 to 100
I See It"
- Considering a topic from various points of view.
of Axis and Allies
- Students will take notes and participate in watching a video discussing
the issues that Russian forces faced on the Eastern front.
War And Slavery
- After this the students should be able to explain to me why the South
was winning all the Battles what type of war fare they used and that the
North was industrial and that was why they would outlast the South.
- To understand the political, economic, and social roots of colonial
- Students will understand the role of a federal consumer agency: its
purpose, its activities, and its limitations.
- Students will use a variety of intellectual skills to demonstrate their
understandingof major ideas, eras, themes, developments, and turning points
in the history of the United States and New York.
Out and Vote!
- Students will learn through a hands-on experiment why voting is important
and will also learn the potential impact of deciding not to vote or voting
without wisely researching candidates.
Mythology Realtion To Life
- Students will understand the similarities and differences between Ancient
Greeks contemporary Americans.
- I will start class off with a short review of key terms, figures and
events that we have learned so far in Unit 5.
a Bill Becomes a Law
- Students will be able to describe the process a bill must follow to
become a law.
- Students will work on the worksheet on how they felt about hearing a
language they did not understand.
leading to Progressivism
- : Students will be able to analyze the economic, political, and social
reforms of the Progressive Period.
- Students will gain basic understanding of how big business grew in America
in the late 1800's.
- Identify key figures in the battles and understand the significance
of each of their roles.
- The student will demonstrate critical thinking in evaluating the reliability
and validity of information found through electronic resources.
- Students will understand the various market structures.
- Students will develop understanding in challenges facing the ehtnic
groups of immigrants and native americans.
- The student is expected to identify the major eras in U.S. history from
1877 to the present and describe their defining characteristics.
- Introduction the beginning of the social changes of the 1920's Labor
Issues and fears that were in place with changes from WW I to no war.
Election - Students will know who the two major candidates that will
be running for election are and what party they are affilied with.
- The three phases of Reconstruction and the measure of their success.
- The students will be able to perform at a mastery level of understanding
on a lesson review quiz at the end of classs.
An American Revolution
- For students to understand and appreciate the many struggles the colonists
had to endure in order to be free from British rule.
- expect my students to be able to compare and contrast the 1920's with
what it's like today in our time period.
Flapper: The Modern Woman
- By the end of this lesson students should have an understanding of the
flapper and the double standards between men and women.
- For the student to understand relief, recovery and reform and to be
able to discuss and understand some New Deal Programs.
Weekend In Current Events
- A lesson based on the concept of current events.
Worksheet/Cold War in Asia
- My focusing event will be asking the students to recap the information
learned about the Marshall Plan and Truman doctrine from last class.
II in Europe
- Students will be able to understand their understanding of the war and
what things are considered moral in war.
50 High School Social Studies Lesson Plans