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U.S. History Links (5th Grade)

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The Social Studies Department has gathered thousands of external links to enhance classroom curriculum! If a link no longer works, please let us know!

American Geography

American Colonization

Colonization in New England

Massachusetts

Rhode Island

Connecticut

New Hampshire

Middle Colonies

New York

New Jersey

Delaware

Pennsylvania

Southern Colonies

Virginia

Maryland

North Carolina and South Carolina

Georgia

National Geographic - Salem Witch Hunt

Slave Culture

John Newton

American Revolution

Causes of the Revolution

The Declaration of Independence

People in the American Revolution

Battles of the Revolution

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitution

The Bill of Rights

Industrial Revolution

General Information

Innovations

Changes in Agriculture

Changes in Transportation

Robert Fulton

Railroads

Changes in Communication

Telegraph

Westward Expansion

Causes of the Civil War

-Sectionalism

-State's Rights/Politics

-Expansion

-The Election of 1860

-The Moral Issue:Slavery

John Brown and Harper's Ferry

The American Civil War

Civil War Culture

Women in the Civil War

Photography in the Civil War

The Soldiers, Their Weapons, and Their Letters

African-American Soldiers

Medicine in the Civil War

Civil War Maps

The People

The Battlefields

The Surrender

The Assassination of Lincoln

The Effects of the War

Ellis Island and Lady Liberty

Juneteenth

Benjamin Banneker

George Washington Carver

John J. Audubon

The Great Depression and the Dust Bowl

 

Andrew Carnegie and the Production of Steel

Henry Ford and the Assembly Line

Memorial Day

World War I

Causes of World War I

The War Years

The Post War Era

World War II

The Civil Rights Movement

Thomas Edison

Clarence Birdseye

Neil Armstrong

Teacher's Zone Find strategies ranging from hands-on to graphic organizers that are ready to print out and use with your lesson plans! The Zone also has information on how to incorporate different types of social studies skills including reading and writing connections. Don't miss our assessment area for up-to-date information on STAAR..Our strategies have been designed for teachers by teachers with all learners in mind!

Parent's Corner See how you the parent can help our your child learn more about social studies at the global, national, state, and community levels. We have resources and information to help parents understand what your child is learning in social studies.

TechnologyYou will discover the latest strategies that incorporate useful technology integration within a social studies setting. These strategies have been written by technology integration specialists that have used these strategies successfully in the classroom.

Links Find over 5000 links going to outside resources based upon grade level and subject area. These links have been researched for content and usability within a school setting.

Photo Album Take a tour of places around the world, the nation, and the city with our over 9,000 images! These photographs have been donated by educators to help bring the world to our students!

Blog, Board, and Wiki (Must have a SAISD Account) Read about the latest Social Studies Department's events and news on our Blog (web log). On the message boards, you can leave messages for all district teachers about strategies and questions that you may have about subject areas. Finally, you and your students can use our Wiki to author and publish research done on social studies topics!

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Es norma del Districto Escolar Independiente de San Antonio de no discriminar por motivos de raza, religion, color, origen nacional, sexo o impedimento, en sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo require el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, según enmienda; el Título IX de las Enmiendas en la Educación, de 1972, y la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda.
All Materials on this site are copyright 2002-2007 SAISD Social Studies Department except where noted.
The Social Studies Resource Center was made possible by the Teaching American History Grant 2001-2004

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