Social Studies Practice Activities Reviewer (Contract)

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Social Studies Practice Activities Reviewer (Contract)

We’re looking for passionate and knowledgeable Social Studies teachers to review graphic organizers to help students gain mastery of Middle School or High School World History and US History topics through active learning practice.

As a Social Studies Practice Activities Reviewer, you will:

  • Choose from a list of middle school or high school social studies topics
  • Review and understand the lessons associated with the topic
  • Analyze the graphic organizer information to determine if it accurately represents the lesson
  • Report suggested fixes to the in-house team to improve the graphic organizer
  • Evaluate the overall quality and structure of the graphic organizer

As a Social Studies Practice Activities Reviewer, you’ll receive the following:

  • Reliable payment: Timely, reliable payments twice a month via PayPal. All work is paid hourly. Hourly rates vary based on complexity and length of content.
  • Flexibility: Work according to your own schedule, no assignments or productivity/hourly requirements 
  • Support: Access to an incredibly supportive in-house team to answer your questions 
  • Work satisfaction: The knowledge that you're helping millions of students achieve their academic goals!

What we’re looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education, or a related field
  • Experience teaching or developing content for social studies subjects at the middle school or high school level
  • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail
  • Commitment to providing high-quality, accurate information

Do you think you can be a Social Studies Practice Reviewer for Click “Apply Now” at the bottom to fill out an application and submit your resume!


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Read the following passage and then choose the option that best represents the major events in the correct order:

The sequence of cultural and economic shifts in the 1920s reflects the dynamic changes in American society during the Jazz Age. The recording of the first jazz album marked the commercialization and spread of jazz music, a genre that became synonymous with the era's spirit of innovation and cultural fusion. Jazz's popularity was further bolstered by the migration of influential musicians like Louis Armstrong to Chicago, where they contributed to the city's burgeoning music scene and the broader national movement.

The onset of Prohibition in 1919, while intended to curb alcohol consumption and associated social ills, ironically fostered a counterculture of speakeasies where jazz thrived. This underground scene became a hotbed for the genre's growth, as it provided a space for people to enjoy the music away from the restrictions of the law.

The achievement of women's suffrage with the 19th Amendment in 1920 empowered a new generation of women, exemplified by the flapper, who embraced the liberating sounds of jazz as part of their modern lifestyle. This period saw women asserting their independence and participating more actively in the social and political spheres.

The first network radio broadcast in 1923 and Duke Ellington's initial recordings during this time period were significant in disseminating jazz music to a wider audience, further embedding it into the cultural fabric of the nation. The invention of television in 1926 promised to revolutionize the way entertainment and information were consumed, although its impact would be more fully realized in later decades.

The economic prosperity that partly fueled the Jazz Age came to an abrupt end with the stock market crash of 1929, which precipitated the Great Depression. This economic downturn marked the end of the Jazz Age, as the nation's focus shifted from cultural exuberance to survival.
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