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Dayton Public Schools 9th Grade Social Studies Instructional Guide. Dayton Teaching American History. Unit 4: American History 1900-1920, Dayton Public Schools Jan 2005

Dayton Public Schools 9th Grade Social Studies Instructional Guide. Dayton Teaching American History. Unit 4: American History 1900-1920, Dayton Public Schools

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

This instructional guide is from unit 4 of Dayton Public Schools' 9th grade social studies course, which covers topics on American history from 1900-1920.

This guide was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


Federalism And The Constitution: Grade 8 Lesson Plan, Flo Tigner Jan 2005

Federalism And The Constitution: Grade 8 Lesson Plan, Flo Tigner

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

This lesson plan is designed:

  • To demonstrate and understand the concept of Federalism.
  • Identify the level of government at the national, local, and state level.
  • To know that each level of government is responsible for a particular function.
  • Students will realize that every citizen of Ohio and in the United States is subject to the laws at all three levels.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


Dayton Public Schools 9th Grade Social Studies Instructional Guide. Dayton Teaching American History. Unit 10: American History 1970-1980, Dayton Public Schools Jan 2005

Dayton Public Schools 9th Grade Social Studies Instructional Guide. Dayton Teaching American History. Unit 10: American History 1970-1980, Dayton Public Schools

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

This instructional guide is from unit 10 of Dayton Public Schools' 9th grade social studies course, which covers topics on American history from 1970-1980.

This guide was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


Thomas Jefferson And The Declaration Of Independence: The Man And The Document. 8th Grade Lesson Plan, Lillian D. Drakeford Jan 2003

Thomas Jefferson And The Declaration Of Independence: The Man And The Document. 8th Grade Lesson Plan, Lillian D. Drakeford

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

This lesson is designed to teach how Thomas Jefferson spoke for the thirteen colonies when he wrote the Declaration of Independence and took a stand to free the colonies of British rule.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.

This lesson plan was created between 2003-2005.


Twentieth Century Civil Rights/Freedom Summer: Lesson Plan For Grade 10, Jenny Plemel Jan 2003

Twentieth Century Civil Rights/Freedom Summer: Lesson Plan For Grade 10, Jenny Plemel

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about the Civil Rights Movement using specific examples from Ohio.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.

This lesson plan was created between 2003-2005.