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But this isn’t just your average PowerPoint presentation. Students are encouraged to participate in discussion and critical thinking activities throughout the lesson. They’ll even have the opportunity to analyze primary sources and draw their own conclusions about this fascinating period in history.

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Explore the rich history of the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere with your American history students – for free! This engaging lesson covers a wide range of topics, from Native American tribes like the Anasazi and Lenape Delaware People to the Aztec Empire and beyond. Your students will also learn about the Age of Exploration and the Spanish arrival in the New World, including the Encomienda System and the Columbian Exchange.

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Designed with social studies and history teachers in mind, this professionally crafted curriculum is both informative and visually appealing. And the best part? You can easily customize the presentation to suit your classroom’s specific needs. So why wait? Scroll down and subscribe to access this interactive lesson on Google Slides or Microsoft PowerPoint. Your students will thank you!

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