We want to support teachers the best we can as they empower their students to think historically. As a thank you for signing up for our newsletter, we'll send you all of the worksheets listed below.
If you and your students benefit from these resources, we'd love to talk more about our full offerings and how we can support teachers, departments, and whole schools in cultivating thinking citizens through history education.
Worksheets to Introduce Historical Thinking Skills
These simple worksheets teach students about a particular historical thinking skill and have a short practice section for students to use their new knowledge.
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Worksheets for Introducing Historical Thinking Skills
1. What is Causation?
2. What is Contextualization?
3. What is Continuity and Change over Time?
4. What is Comparison?
5. What is Historical Significance?
Document Analysis and Essay Writing These two graphic organizers help students organize their thoughts when thinking through a particular document and preparing a historical essay.
Our DBQs are scaffolded more than traditional AP DBQs in order for teachers to meet all students where they are. Teachers can use these to teach a unit or as a summative assessment at the end of a unit.
Our rubrics are standards-aligned in order to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration between Social Studies and English departments. We hope these samples help your students dig deeper into the topics they are studying.
Full Length DBQs
1. Middle School World History - Ancient Myths
2. High School Government - Separation of Powers
3. High School Ethnic Studies - Chinese American Resistance