With this blizzard still raging outside DC, I tried to be productive and uploaded several new lessons onto TpT.
First up is a fantastic 29 slide overview of the Great Depression and FDR's New Deal:
This powerpoint contains some amazing pictures, graphics, and information about every aspect of the Great Depression and is a great companion to the Great Depression graphic organizer posted earlier.
Next is a primary source letter was written by Anne Boleyn to her husband, King Henry VIII from the Tower of London after her arrest in 1536. In in, she makes an impassioned plea for mercy and a fair trial and insists on her innocence.
Or course, she was found guilty of high treason however and beheaded. It makes for a wonderful reading for your World History, World English, and social studies student because the reading level is just challenging enough and from a dramatic moment in history.
Hope you enjoy!