Top Lessons of 2011: Social Studies!
Thanks very much to Julia Wilson for putting this list together!
Feudal Structure in Medieval Europe by Mr. Sallee: I’m a sucker for a good flow chart and Mr. Sallee is at it again in this ShowMe teaching us about the class structures in Medieval Europe. Spoiler alert: The King is always at the top!
Gerrymandering by Brian Davis: With a big election coming up, you can be sure the word gerrymandering is going to come up in conversation. In fact, after watching this ShowMe, you’ll probably be the one who wants to talk about it!
Thirteen Colonies by Andrew Wheelock: The original thirteen colonies flourished because of their trade and products produced in each region. This ShowMe informs us how each of these regions came to have their distinct identities.
Federalists vs. Republicans by Alison Perruso: There used to be how many political parties in the United States? Alison gives us a quick glimpse into the past reminding us that government has always been complicated.