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Lauri Brady

iWitness: Video testimonies from Holocaust survivors and witnesses - 0 views

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    "Over 1,300 video testimonies, multimedia activities, digital resources - the place to participate actively in learning.
    Connects
    students with the past
    Engages
    them in the present
    Motivates
    them to build a better future"
Lauri Brady

Plimoth-Investigating the First Thanksgiving - 0 views

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    What really happened on the first Thanksgiving? You be the historian!
Lauri Brady

Do I Have a Right? | Teachinghistory.org - 0 views

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    "Supreme Court Justice O'Connor conceived of the iCivics digital initiative to provide higher quality materials for civics education. The core of iCivics is a set of free-to-play web-based games. One of these, Do I Have a Right?, according to the designers, "teaches kids the constitutional amendments." Dissecting this a bit, the game essentially has three learning goals:

    Students will be able to:

    Identify and summarize 12 of the amendments of the U.S. Constitution (1-6, 8, 13-15, 19, and 26).
    Judge whether a variety of individuals in hypothetical situations have had their constitutional rights violated.
    Apply the relevant amendments to cases where people's rights have been violated.

    The game is aimed at a middle school audience but may be useful anywhere from 5th grade to high school, depending on the goals of the teacher and the role envisioned for the game in the unit (more on this later)."
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    This game is completely addicting and a GREAT way to help student understand and apply Constitutional ammendments.
Lauri Brady

DocsTeach-The National Archives Experience - 0 views

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    Bring history to life for your students. Ready-to-use tools for teaching with documents in the classroom. Thousands of primary sources. Build your own interactive activities.
Lauri Brady

Animaps - Create and view beautifully informative animated maps, for free! - 0 views

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    "Animaps extends the My Maps feature of Google Maps by letting you create maps with markers that move, images and text that pop up on cue, and lines and shapes that change over time.
    When you send your Animap to friends it appears like a video - they can play, pause, slow and speed up the action!"
Lauri Brady

Scribble Maps - Draw on google maps with scribblings and more! - 0 views

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    "Easily draw on maps and then share them with friends, completely for Free! Simple enough to be used by children, but powerful enough to be used by GIS professionals - Scribble Maps is the easiest way to draw and share maps with friends. "
Lauri Brady

Civil War Interactive Poster | Teachinghistory.org - 0 views

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    "As explorers of the past, we can look at a variety of sources-maps, letters, diaries, objects, music, images, and more-to piece together a sense of the Civil War's complexity. The images and related resources from this poster are designed to get students thinking about how primary sources can help uncover stories about the past. As the poster illustrates, it takes many sources to create a more complete picture of the Civil War.

    Use this interactive poster to begin a conversation with students about what we know about the past, and especially about our nation's most deadly conflict, the Civil War."
Sue Sheffer

Newswordy: Word of the day - 1 views

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    "Buzzwords are frequently used in news media. These are words that do not typically occur in everyday speech, but are common among newscasters, talking heads, and pundits on cable news."
Lauri Brady

BBC - History - How to do History Trail - 1 views

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    "The historian - detective, judge or analyst?
    The clues that uncover past lives
    Making history talk through oral history"

    Just one of many history trails available through the BBC site.
John Daniels

'Justice Has Been Done' - 0 views

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    WHO was Osama bin Laden?

    WHAT was bin Laden responsible for?
    WHAT can you learn about bin Laden's rise through this interactive timeline of his life?

    WHERE and WHEN was he killed?

    WHY are questions being raised about "just how much Pakistan is willing to work with the United States"?

    HOW was the operation that killed bin Laden carried out?
    HOW have people responded to the news?

    Related: Our Student Opinion question, "What Is Your Reaction to the Death of Osama bin Laden?" and our lesson "Terrorism Today: Investigating Al Qaeda's Presence Around the World."
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