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Reading Through History is pleased to present Oklahoma History: Volume One. This is a collaborative effort by two Oklahoma classroom teachers with nearly thirty years of teaching experience at the secondary level. It includes 178 pages of student activities related to the major figures and events in Oklahoma History from exploration to statehood. The workbook is divided into six complete units. Each unit includes a post-assessment as well as answer keys for each activity. This is the go-to resource for any Oklahoma History teacher in need of information or student reading activities. This resource manual is sure to be a perfect fit for any classroom, whether it be elementary school, middle school, or high school. There are 29 reading lessons in all, and each has several pages of student activities to accompany the reading, including multiple choice questions, guided reading activities, vocabulary exercises, and student response essay questions. Topics include the early exploration of the region, the Five Civilized Tribes, the Trail of Tears, the Civil War in Indian Territory, Indian Territory during the Old West era, the land run, pioneer life, and statehood. There is also a focus on major figures such as Sequoyah, John Ross, Elias Boudinot, Stand Watie and many more. Oklahoma History: Volume One also highlights Oklahoma geography, including mountain ranges and rivers. 13 different map assignments will help students gain an understanding of the state’s topography.
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Jake Henderson is a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK, where he earned a BA in History Education. He also has a Master’s Degree in History Education from SWOSU, which he earned in 2004. He has taught US History, World History, AP Government, US Government, Geography, Oklahoma History, and Psychology at the High School level for more than ten years. He currently lives and teaches in Woodward, OK. Robert Marshall also graduated from SWOSU where he earned a BA in History Education. He has taught U.S. History, World History, U.S. Government, Geography, Oklahoma History, World Studies, Art, and Music Appreciation at the middle and high school levels since 1999. He currently teaches at Blanche Thomas High School in Sentinel, Oklahoma.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1508530378