Materials

A collection of teacher and student downloadable and printable materials about various Social Studies topics. 


Child Labor

Oysters and Fish: Gulf Coast Canning Industry (Abridged; 1905)

The Child's Burden in Oyster & Shrimp Canneries (Abridged; 1913)

 

Mississippi Civil Rights Movement

Dr. Richard E. Holmes: First African American to attend MSU - A Biographical Sketch 

First African American to attend MSU - Headline & Lead Activity

Oral History Interview of Bobby Bardwell

Bardwell Interview: T-Chart

 

Mississippi Geography

Counties: Activity

Counties: Answer Key

PowerPoint Challenge: Mississippi Cities with the Largest Population

PowerPoint Challenge: Signs for Mississippi's Largest Cities

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 1: Review Worksheet Answer Key

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 1: Review Worksheet

 

Mississippi History

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 2: Review Worksheet

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 2: Review Worksheet Answer Key

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 3: Review Worksheet

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 3: Review Worksheet Answer Key

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 4: Review Worksheet 

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 4: Review Worksheet Answer Key

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 5: Review Worksheet

A Place Called Mississippi - Chapter 5 Review Worksheet Answer Key                                                                         

 

Skills

Conducting an Interview

 

United States History

Lesson Idea – Charleston Harbor, Fort Sumter, and the Ring of Fire

 

World History

To Tell the Truth: Galileo Galilei - Teacher Version

To Tell the Truth: Galileo Galilei - Reading Guide Questions

To Tell the Truth: Galileo Galilei - Student Script

 

Young Adult Literature & Social Studies

Bound By Ice (Chapter 9: First Mates) Primary Source Comparison including Venn Diagram & Answer Key

Arctic Exploration 1818 - 1909: Fact or Myth Student Record Sheet

Arctic Exploration 1818 - 1909: Fact or Myth Slides

Dmitri Shostakovich and the Siege of Leningrad:  Student Handout