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© 2017 by Lisa Mihalich Quinn | Reach Every Voice | Maryland

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History & World Cultures

Years after the Brown vs. The Board of Education decision that ruled racially separated schools were not equal, there was another large decision to help address widespread segregation. Learn all about this court case that used busing children to different schools as a way to directly integrate school and how it effected different communities. 

More than just the opening of the summer season, Memorial Day is intended to honor the fallen soldiers who lost their lives serving in the military. Learn all about the history and traditions of this May holiday. 

From humble beginnings in Naples, Italy to the worldwide beloved food it is now, learn all about pizza in this lesson. 

The Popol Vuh is the creation story of the ancient Maya. It could date back as far as 300 BC but was put into written word in the sixteenth century. Learn about the history of the Maya and the story of the Hero Twins, the basis of the Popol Vuh. 

What do you know about one of the first female mathematicians in the world? She became a well known scientist and philosopher in her time, but her death turned her into a legend.

This lesson is specifically designed for students using 3 stencils to make choices. Each choice question uses only a single stencil for students to select the initial letter. 

Following World War I, Germany was in an economic depression and politically unstable. Find out how Adolf Hitler and others created the Nationalist Socialist German Workers’ (Nazi) Party and used sensationalist speeches and propaganda to aid the rise to power of the Nazi Party in 1933. 

Said to be located in the rainforests of Honduras is La Ciudad Blanca, "The White City",  a lost city of many riches and white buildings and walls. What is the truth of this legendary city, and has anyone ever found evidence of it? Find out more in this lesson of archaeology. 

World War II was a brutal war that took many lives. Learn about what started the war, who was fighting, and what ended the war in this lesson. 

Halloween is a fun, spooky holiday! Why do people celebrate it? Learn how this fall holiday came to be.

There's more to space travel than landing on the moon. Learn all about the history of the exploration of space and the politics that fueled the space race. 

Beautiful works of art or a family's story? Totem poles are both - learn about the how and why behind these tall sculptures created by Native Americans. 

Learn more about these giant airships place in aviation history and the man whom invented them : Ferdinand von Zeppelin.

U-Boats were an integral part of naval warfare in WWI and WWII. Learn more about these destructive submarines in this lesson.

The Bald Eagle is one of America's national symbols. Did you know the Bison has joined its ranks as our national mammal?

Over centuries a list of Wonders of the World was created, a sort of ancient travel guide. Explore these unique spots and their history.

The United States has 59 protected areas known as National Parks. How did these natural sites come to be our Parks?

Americans love baseball. But do you know how the game came to look like it does today?

Do you know the story behind Hanukkah? Learn about how this holiday came into existence.

Alcatraz, the island fortress off the coast of California, has been home to some of America's most dangerous criminals in years past. How did it get its name? Has anyone ever escaped?

Did you know Texas was once a part of Mexico? Read about their fight for independence.

Spring ahead, fall back! Why on earth do we change the clocks twice a year? Does everyone do it?

The growing human population puts growing amounts of pressure on the earth. What does overpopulation mean? How does it effect our planet?

Most people know the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) spearheads relief efforts after natural disasters, but FEMA has a long history of operating in secret and providing the U.S. government underground refuge in the case of a true catastrophe.

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