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Dialogues for the History Classroom

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  • Engage your American History students in dialogues – with content written as interesting conversations, students read, act, communicate and listen as they take on the role of one of the two characters in the dialogue while learning American History content, discussions, and ethical dilemmas.

  • Get students out of their passive mode and into a highly productive lesson using dialogues. Each book contains a section focusing on how to use dialogues in the classroom. Used in regular or flipped classrooms, also used for ESL, ELL, and to improve reading and language skills, or for home schooling. Make sure your classroom or library has these exciting resources.

US History 1492 – 1865

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Paperback - $14.95

PDF - eBook - $9.95

196 pages, 63 dialogues – Example topics include: Pueblo Revolt, Middle Passage and Slave Trade, Salem Witch Trials, Great Awakening, Roots of the Declaration of Independence, Patriots vs Loyalists, Articles of Confederation, 3/5 Compromise, Power of the President, Bill of Rights, Checks and Balances, American Neutrality, Alien and Sedition Acts, Marbury vs Madison, War of 1812, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, Corrupt Bargain, Nullification Process, Whig Party, Lowell Factory Girls, Trail of Tears, Sojourner Truth, Manifest Destiny, Compromise of 1850, Dred Scott Decision, Emancipation Proclamation, Sand Creek Massacre, and many more.


6 Jamestown
11 Zenger Case 1735
23 Power of the President 1789
25 Checks and Balances 1789
41 Lowell Factory Girls

See these examples and more, the Table of Contents and Abstracts in the Dialogues for the History Classroom book – see below.

US History 1865 – 2010

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Paperback - $14.95

PDF - eBook - $9.95

193 pages, 64 dialogues – Example topics include: Reconstruction Phase, Robber Barrons, Eugene Debs, The Jungle, Ludlow Massacre, Us Entry in WW1, Prohibition, Harlem Renaissance, Scopes Trial, Causes of the Great Depression, Dust Bowl, New Deal, American Isolationism, Japanese and German Internment Camps, Bracero Program, Bataan Death March, GI BIll, How the Cold War Began, United Nations, Berlin Airlift, McCarthyism, Malcom X vs Luther King, Cuban Missile Crisis, Tinker vs Des Moines, 1968 Olympics, My Lai, Stonewall Riots, Equal Rights Amendment, Iran Hostage Crisis, NAFTA, War on Terror, Mapp vs Ohio, and many more.


3 Transcontinental Railroad 1869
9 The Jungle 1906
11 Ludlow Massacre 1914
19 Causes of the Great Depression 1929
51 Foreign Policy Nixon Vs Carter 1970

See these examples and more, the Table of Contents and Abstracts in the Dialogues for the History Classroom book – see below.

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Strategies Book for Future or Current Teachers


Using Dialogues in the American History Classroom: A 85-page book - How-To With Examples for Middle and Secondary American History Teacher Preparation and Professional Development. Download and see the power of using the dialogues strategy, and find the many dialogues that will fit into your units of study. Use this book to teach future teachers about using dialogues in the classroom or share with colleagues at conference presentations and school or district professional development sessions.

PDF - eBook - $5.00

Dialogues - School Set

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This 9 piece School Set Includes Dialogues For: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth and Space, Physical Science, American History 1492-1856 and 1865-2010, English 1 and English 2 - For Individual Teachers - For a School or District License contact MMP.


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