Looking for an engaging way to review Reconstruction? These doodle notes cover the major points of Reconstruction from 1865-1877 in 2 pages. They are perfect for an end of unit review or mid-term or final exam review and a great background if your course picks up with American history from 1877. If you are looking for a more in-depth resource, you may like my Reconstruction PowerPoint and Guided Notes instead.
What’s included with the printed Doodle Notes:
*Teacher directions (2 pages)
*Doodle notes with blanks for students to fill in as you cover the information on the handout. (2 pages; uneditable PDFs)
*Filled-in greyscale version of the doodle notes for students who need more support. (2 pages; uneditable PDFs)
*Color version for examples or displays (2 pages; uneditable PDFs)
*Fill-in-the-blank version for students who have difficulty with note taking (2 pages; uneditable PDFs)
*PowerPoint that covers all of the material in the doodle notes and include video links to help you expand your lesson (14 slides; most of the black text in the PowerPoint is editable, but graphics are not)
What’s included with the Digital Guided Notes (these notes cover the same content and look the same as the doodle notes, but they are not considered doodle notes since students cannot color or interact with the pages like they would in print)
*Teacher directions and suggestions (3 pages, uneditable PDF)
*Blank version of digital guided notes (2 pages; students type into text boxes; fillable PDF and Google Slides versions; not editable in Adobe Pro or Slides)
*Fill in the Blanks version of digital guided notes (2 pages; fillable PDF and Google Slides versions; not editable in Adobe Pro or Slides)
*PowerPoint and Google Slides versions of the presentation that covers all of the material in the doodle notes (12 slides; the text in the PowerPoint/Google Slides is editable, but graphics are not)
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