Trail of Tears Interactive Google Slides™ Presentation | Distance Learning

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Trail of Tears Interactive Google Slides™ Presentation | Distance Learning perfect for grades 4-8!

Trail of Tears Interactive Google Slides™ Presentation | Distance Learning

Try something new with this Digital Trail of Tears Interactive Google Slides Presentation™ with self-checking questions! You can EASILY download the Google Slides™ as a PowerPoint if that platform works better for you! (directions inside) Perfect reading comprehension activity for distance learning!

 

Topics include: Trail of Tears, Indian Removal Act, Andrew Jackson and the Five Civilized Tribes

 

Students will read a short paragraph and then answer a question, move onto the next paragraph on a new slide and complete the corresponding question. There are 14 short passages and 14 questions.

 

Please view the video to get a good understanding of this resource.

 

What’s Included?

✔️ Short Non-Fiction Reading Passages

✔️ Corresponding Questions

✔️ Teacher Directions

✔️ Student Directions

✔️ Words to Know

✔️ Interactive Google Slides™ Presentation

✔️ Background Sound

 

What types of questions are used?

Multiple Choice

True/False

 

What do students need?

✔️ Access to Google Classroom™

✔️ Google ™ accounts

 

DISCLAIMER : When learning about history, students are often asked to examine and discuss difficult, sensitive and disturbing historic events and time periods. This resource is in no way meant to trivialize the importance and sensitivity of the topic. As a teacher it is important to set the stage and recognize the diversity of your students. In no way am I trying to make the issue seem less important, less significant, or less complex than it really is. This resource was created to allow students to move around the room and learn about a difficult topic in a fun and engaging manner. If you do not feel that this resource is right for you, please do not purchase it.

 

Below is a list of resources that will help teach empathy and understanding of sensitive topics. These sites offer expectations about the content and manner of communication.

· Teaching Empathy in the Classroom

· https://www.tolerance.org/frameworks/teaching-hard-history/american-slavery

· http://thriveingradefive.com/how-to-teach-18th-century-slavery-in-todays-classroom/

· Scholastic

 

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