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Life in a British Fort

History | 4th Grade, 5th Grade

This lesson helps third grade students answer the questions, "Why was the fort at Detroit important to the British?" and "What was life like in and around the fort?" through reading, writing and map-making activities.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1700-1760

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1760-1787

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1787-1820

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1820-1860

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1860-1900

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1900-1929

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1929-1945

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1945-1974

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: 1974-2000

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

MICHIGAN HISTORY PRESENTATION: PREHISTORY-1699

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed

Developed by Oakland Community College instructor Jeff Lambrecht, this presentation is one in a series that shares Michigan history, with a focus on Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. These slides have been designed to give a detailed presentation about particular eras. Lambrecht encourages teachers off all grade levels to download and customize the presentations for classroom use.

Migration to Southeast Michigan

History | 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Through looking at and studying primary and secondary sources, students in ninth through twelfth grades will gain a deeper understanding of the role immigration has played in Detroit’s history and the diversity in Southeastern Michigan.

Multiple Perspectives: French and Indian War

History | 4th Grade, 5th Grade

This lesson helps third grade students answer the question, "What impact did the French and Indian War have on the French, British, and Native Americans in Detroit and Michigan?" through reading, discussion and the consideration of multiple perspectives.

On the Assembly Line

History | Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade

Through these activities and information found in this lesson, kindergarten through second grade students will develop a base understanding of economic production and labor. By having students actually participate in a working assembly line, they will apply what they learned through the reading and make connections to real-life activity.

Pontiac’s Rebellion

History | 4th Grade, 5th Grade

This lesson helps third grade students answer the question, "Who was Chief Pontiac, and how did his rebellion show a change in the relationship between Europeans and Native Americans? through reading and discussion activities, as well as considering multiple perspectives.

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