An interesting story of a DNA test that uncovered a family’s unknown history – and how many more like this will be uncovered?
Encyclopedia of Religion and Society – http://hirr.hartsem.edu/ency/index.html
Teaching High School Philosophy – http://www.plato-philosophy.org/teaching-high-school-philosophy/
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – https://plato.stanford.edu/
The book looks intriguing, the article is long enough for students with great details and quotes on US strategy in Korea and towards China and USSR
An interesting concept to follow the migration of humans, and this is an interesting look snapshot of life behind the Iron Curtain still into the 21st century
Interesting pov on impact of colonialism on the colonised countries vs European colonisers.
Social Studies articles – not a huge range atm but maybe to be expanded
From Free Tech 4 Teachers
The latest batch of articles added to ReadWorks covers topics in social studies. The articles and lesson plans for K-5 primarily deal with topics in U.S. History and civics. Articles for grade six through twelve have a mix of U.S. and World History topics. Each article in the collection is accompanied by a set of reading comprehension questions. Those questions are a mix of multiple choice and open-ended questions that you can use for group discussion or individual reflection.