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Unit plans and lesson plans are distinctly different documents. There is no chicken and egg question here; a unit plan MUST come before the lesson plan. A unit plan starts life as a brain dump on a...
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The Cold War encompasses 45 years of events; that's a LOT! The unit involves every corner of the globe. There are civil wars, proxy wars, lots of terminology, arms races and space races, military and...
For most revolutions you can simply drum into students' heads: the peasants were starving and had no rights, so they had a revolution to change the government. Seriously, if you think about it,...