Student Resources

Student resources are interactive activities collected from around the Web. They can be used to support related lesson plans or as standalone activities in the classroom. Browse our library of student resources by grade level or subject area below.

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History & Social Studies

Perspective on the Slave Narrative: Pro- or Anti-Abolition?

Instructions

Study the following cartoons and determine whether they are for or against abolishing slavery.

History & Social Studies

The Path of the Black Death: Interactive Map

Your task is to trace the path of the Black Death through Europe by locating these cities and looking for patterns. What can you learn about the source, spread, and extent of the disease?

Art & Culture
Having Fun in the 19th Century: Fall River Line

Having Fun in the 19th Century: Fall River Line

You have to know the Fall River Line's history to successfully navigate the steamship toward its final destination.

Art & Culture
A Trip to Wonderland: Sizing Up Alice

A Trip to Wonderland: Sizing Up Alice

Follow Alice on her adventure with the White Rabbit, and learn how to solve problems.

History & Social Studies

Holocaust and Resistance: The Faces of Resistance

In this assignment students will use the interactive archives at the EDSITEment reviewed website the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to provide them with evidence that the impulse to resist remained alive during the Holocaust. You can access the museum's collections, including the archive, here. Students can use the online note-taker and outline tool to record their findings. Ask students to complete the following task: