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3 Doors into 33,000 Voyages3 Doors into 33,000 Voyages
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Hunter, Katie
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
Childhood Slavery in North AmericaChildhood Slavery in North America
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Harper, Scott
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
Complicity in the Transatlantic Slave TradeComplicity: Divergent Interests in the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL VUS.1, Virginia SOL VUS.3
Teacher: Mace, Scott
Division: Charlottesville City Schools
 
Connections Between the English Civil War and the American RevolutionConnections Between the English Civil War and the American Revolution
Module 1: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise
Grade Level: 5, 6, High School
Subject: Virginia Studies, United States History to 1877, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 1: Chronological Thinking, Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL USI.1, Virginia SOL USI.5
Teacher: Esposito, Christine
Division: Charlottesville City Schools
 
French and Indian WarFrench and Indian War: A Global Conflict
Module 3: The Promises and Responsibilities Of Citizenship - Birth Of Democracy In A Global Context
Grade Level: 5, 6, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, Virginia and United States History, Virginia and United States Government
Standards: Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL USI.1, Virginia SOL USI.5, Virginia SOL USI.6
Teacher: Honaker, Scott
Division: Madison County Public Schools
 
The Importantance of Africans to the Transatlantic Slave TradeHow Important were Africans to the Transatlantic Slave Trade?
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: High School
Subject: World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Gilmour, Caroline
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
How Powerful Were Slaves?How Powerful Were Slaves?
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Murphy, Sarah
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
How Proud Can Britain Be?How Proud Can Britain Be?
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Howarth, Steven
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
Lick and Lock up Done WidLick and Lock up Done Wid
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Wallace, Hannah
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
Perspectives of the Transatlantic Slave TradePerspectives of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Module 1: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise
Grade Level: 4, 5, 6
Subject: Virginia Studies, United States History: 1877 to the Present, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL USI.1, Virginia SOL USI.5, Virginia SOL VS.5, Virginia SOL WHII.4
Teacher: Honaker, Scott
Division: Madison County Public Schools
 
Religious Tolerance in AmericaReligious Tolerance in America
Module 1: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise
Grade Level: High School
Subject: Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 1: Chronological Thinking, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL VUS.1, Virginia SOL VUS.3, Virginia SOL VUS.5, Virginia SOL WHII.4
Teacher: Przyuski, Trevor
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
Remembering Victims of the Slave TradeRemembering Victims of the Slave Trade
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Winters, Lauren
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
Responding to Debt
Module 1: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise
Grade Level: High School
Subject: Virginia and United States History, Virginia and United States Government
Standards: Standard 1: Chronological Thinking, Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL GOVT.1, Virginia SOL GOVT.16, Virginia SOL VUS.1, Virginia SOL VUS.3, Virginia SOL VUS.4, Virginia SOL VUS.5
Teacher: Bailey, Hannah
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
Roots of RebellionRoots of Rebellion
Module 6: The Promises and Responsibilities of Citizenship - America, Westward
Grade Level: High School
Subject: World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making
Teacher: Hale, Amy
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
Slavery and the American RevolutionSlavery and the American Revolution
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL VUS.1, Virginia SOL VUS.4
Teacher: Dooley, Emily
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
Slavery in the AmericasSlavery in the Americas
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 5, 6
Subject: Virginia Studies, United States History to 1877, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making, Virginia SOL USI.1, Virginia SOL USI.5
Teacher: Orr, Jennifer
Division: Greene County Schools
 
Texas: Prelude to Civil WarTexas: Prelude to Civil War
Module 6: The Promises and Responsibilities of Citizenship - America, Westward
Grade Level: 5, 6, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making
Teacher: Goodin, Teresa
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
The Chinese Exclusion Act: Closing the West to the WorldThe Chinese Exclusion Act: Closing the West to the World
Module 6: The Promises and Responsibilities of Citizenship - America, Westward
Grade Level: High School
Subject: Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 1: Chronological Thinking, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation
Teacher: Webb, Sharon
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
The Long Arm of SlaveryThe Long Arm of Slavery
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 5, 6
Subject: United States History to 1877, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Virginia SOL USI.1, Virginia SOL USI.5
Teacher: Esposito, Christine
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
The Nez Perce: From Peace Ribbon to FugitiveThe Nez Perce: From Peace Ribbon to Fugitive
Module 6: The Promises and Responsibilities of Citizenship - America, Westward
Grade Level: 6, 7
Subject: United States History: 1877 to the Present, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 2: Historical Comprehension
Teacher: Hammer, Stephanie
Division: Greene County Schools
 
The Pathway from Property to PersonThe Pathway from Property to Person
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 8, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, Civics and Economics, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Campbell, Tamie
Division: Madison County Public Schools
 
Transatlantic Slave Trade: Make or Break IdentitiesTransatlantic Slave Trade: Make or Break Identities
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: High School
Subject: World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Muse, Teresa
Division: Orange County Public Schools
 
Unintended ConsequencesUnintended Consequences: The Abolition of the Atlantic Slave Trade
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: High School
Subject: World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, Virginia and United States History
Standards: Standard 2: Historical Comprehension, Standard 3: Historical Analysis and Interpretation, Standard 4: Historical Research Capabilities, Standard 5: Historical Issues-Analysis and Decision-Making
Teacher: Hobson, John
Division: Albemarle County Schools
 
Was 1807 Really the End of the Slave Trade?Was 1807 Really the End of the Slave Trade?
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Gridley, Jennifer
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
What Does a Slave Rebellion Look Like?What Does a Slave Rebellion Look Like?
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Marshall, Ian
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar
 
Why Was the Constitution Written?Why Was the Constitution Written?
Module 1: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise
Grade Level: High School
Subject: Virginia and United States History, Virginia and United States Government
Standards: Virginia SOL GOVT.1, Virginia SOL GOVT.2, Virginia SOL GOVT.3, Virginia SOL VUS.5
Teacher: Shrader, Nikki
Division: Charlottesville City Schools
 
Witnessing  the African Slave TradeWitnessing the African Slave Trade
Module 4: Resources, Opportunity, and Enterprise - America and the Transatlantic World
Grade Level: 6, 7, High School
Subject: United States History to 1877, World History and Geography: 1500 A.D. to the Present, World Geography, Virginia and United States History
Standards:
Teacher: Roberts, Stephen John
Division: United Kingdom Teacher Scholar