Column: How Reaganomics, deregulation and bailouts led to the rise of Trump. Donald Trump claims he’s inspiring “millions” of new voters.
Whether or not he’s the reason, the numbers are clear: Republican turnout is up 58 percent so far this year compared to this point in the 2012 primaries. Photo by Sam Mircovich/Reuters The media is inundated with pundits analyzing the unexpected rise of demagoguery in the primaries. I would like to add my own: the establishment’s utter loss of credibility. Abraham Lincoln’s warning, “you cannot fool all of the people all of the time,” has now come back to haunt them with a vengeance.
It took Everyman on Main Street some time to figure out that they’ve been had and finally revolt — 35 years to be more precise. Merseyside Historic Characterisation Project. The Merseyside Historic Characterisation Project (MHCP) was carried out by staff within the former Merseyside Archaeological Advisory Service (MAAS), National Museums Liverpool.
The MHCP covers the five local authorities which make up the Merseyside area; The national programme of Historic Landscape Characterisation projects (HLC) have been supported and developed by English Heritage in partnership with local government historic environment colleagues, chiefly by the archaeological advisory services in recognition of providing a more spatial dimension to the local Historic Environment Record (HER).
HLC gives broad-brush overviews of complex aspects of the historic environment using a desk-based programme of GIS mapping and analysis. You can access the reports by following the links below on this page. The reports are produced as follows: Please note that the Part 3 report for each area is extremely large, so an alternative compressed version of the same pdf is available. Merseyside Historic Characterisation Project. Teaching Immigrant Memoirs: Making History Personal. 1. Pocahontas. Dana Mejías Teacher San Diego, CA /upload/Mejias.jpg I am a middle school teacher in San Diego and was fortunate enough to attend a SHEG workshop in...
Mark Helman teacher. Poetic high diction handout. 11.02.04: Teaching History through Poetry. 24 Must-Share Poems for Middle School and High School. It can be hard to know which poems will spur your middle and high schoolers into deep, meaningful discussion and which will leave them, ahem, yawning.
So we asked experienced teachers to share their favorites—the punch-in-the-gut poems that always get a reaction, even from teens. Here’s what they had to say. Why did they fight? Understanding Nationalism, Imperialism and Militarism during World War I. Grade: 9th Duration: 2-3 45 minute periods Summary/Objective: It is this sense of Why did they fight that I find students particularly struggle with in trying to understand the causes of WWI.
Through an analysis of several primary sources from the WWI period, students will gain a better, more human understanding of the overwhelming sense of Nationalism that led Europe not only into a race for colonies and resources, but an arms race leading up to the war and eventually would continue to drive men to go “over the top” in the face of heavy casualties throughout the grinding years of the war. Students will then use this understanding of Nationalism in successive assessments to evaluate different national perspectives, and finally, in summative assessment will create their own primary source document that demonstrates why nations and individuals fought this war. Benchmarks: P.I.S. Materials needed: Home. The power of nonfiction: Using informational text to support literacy in special populations - Reaching every learner: Differentiating instruction in theory and practice.
In this video, classroom footage and teacher interviews explore the benefits of teaching with informational text.
Teachers discuss particular student populations that benefit from reading nonfiction, including exceptional children, English language learners, students with learning disabilities, and reluctant readers. . About the videoDownload video (Right-click or option-click) There is no disagreement that literacy skills are critical to academic success and life opportunities for every child, as well as being central to curriculum and instruction in elementary years and into the middle grades.
AVID / Cornell Notes. Cornell Notes are a proven focused note-taking method.
When used appropriately, students are guaranteed to increase their knowledge and raise their grades in any given class! Cornell Notes are taken during class lectures, class power points, class readings, or movies in which students are responsible for the information. In order to receive full credit for the weekly Cornell Notes quiz grade, students must have all the required parts of the notes: Full headingSpecific topicNotes in the right side highlighted with key words or phrasesMain ideas and high level questions in the left columnA summary at the end of the notes Students may take Cornell Notes in a spiral notebook or on notebook paper as required by the content area teachers, however, students are expected to use the Cornell Note format and repetition strategies and review notes regularly. Resources: NewseumED - NewseumED. Mrs. Orman's Classroom: Five Ways to Use Memes to Connect With Students.
Students love funny memes.
Here are five ways you can bring that humor into your classroom (and school) to connect with students: 1. Class Rules, Expectations, and/or Procedures: Instead of your traditional class rules poster, use memes to deliver your message with humor. Better yet, have students create what they think proper rules and regulations should be. Creating a biography or book trailer with iMovie - Le Chaim (on the right)
The first iPhone text message screenshot generator. Socrative. Snagit for Google Chrome. TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome™ is a free screen capture and recording app that works on Chromebooks or in the Chrome browser.
Using Snagit for Google Chrome can help you provide better feedback, encourage teamwork, and create images that explain exactly what you mean.