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The British Industrial Revolution
The British Industrial Revolution

*EXEMPLAR MODULE* By addressing Template Task 2, 10th grade social studies students answer the question: Were the achievements and growth experienced during the Industrial Revolution era worth the cost to society? This module sits inside a global history unit in which students study the Age of Revolution, focusing on the British Industrial Revolution.

Ideologies of the 19th Century
Ideologies of the 19th Century

As 9th grade students engage in this history module, they apply what they previously learned in a unit on political ideologies in Europe in the 19th century to answer Template Task 2. The module reinforces students’ ability to develop a historical essay through the research and writing processes.

Julius Caesar: Hero or tyrant?
Julius Caesar: Hero or tyrant?

The Roman Empire was the largest and most enduring empire in the ancient world. The Romans had highly organized political, social, religious, technological, and economic systems that enabled them to control the territories and people within their borders. This 7th grade world history unit is embedded in the study of empires and the management systems they used. Students use both primary and secondary resources in their research on Julius Caesar. Using Template Task 2, students will investigate Caesar as an emblem of the Roman Empire's strengths and weaknesses and argue whether he should be considered a hero or a tyrant.

Recognizing Human Rights Violations in Countries in Crisis
Recognizing Human Rights Violations in Countries in Crisis

Students learn to recognize and analyze human rights violations in historical or current texts by using primary and secondary sources. Using Template Task 20, 10th grade English Language Arts students apply the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to analyze human rights violations in a specific country.

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