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Deborah Baillesderr

Commonlit - 60 views

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    "COMMONLIT is a collection of poems, short stories, news articles, historical documents, and literature for classrooms."
Elizabeth Crawford

Listen Current - Home - Current Events and Featured Lesson Plans - 45 views

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    Listen Current makes it easy to bring authentic voices and compelling non-fiction stories to the classroom. We curate the best of public radio to keep teaching connected to the real world and build student listening skills at the same time.
Elizabeth Crawford

Teaching with the Library of Congress Blog - 48 views

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    Library of Congress blog - searchable and a great source for classroom starters and primary source analysis activity ideas.
Deborah Baillesderr

America in Class | primary sources for history & literature teachers - 89 views

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    The National Humanities Center presents America in Class®: primary and secondary resources, online seminars, and lessons for history and literature teachers.
Stacy Olson

U.S. History Lessons | Stanford History Education Group - 59 views

    • Kevin Walsh
       
      Great website with tremendous resources and lessons using primary sources!
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    Great resource of primary sources for American History.
Michael Sheehan

History Journeys: Awesome Stories - Primary Sources and the Stories Behind Them - 112 views

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    Extensive collection of history related resources and the stories behind them.
Kevin Kaeser

Teacher Resources | Library of Congress - 6 views

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    "The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library's vast digital collections in their teaching. Find Library of Congress lesson plans and more that meet Common Core standards, state content standards, and the standards of national organizations."
Debra Gottsleben

Read Like a Historian - 154 views

  • ence.   I have used almost all lessons in the Expansion/Slavery curriculum section and I absolutely love these lesson. They are easy to use, well planned out, and it gets the students to stay on task and use academic language when discussing the material. The information is easily retained and the students are making more and more connections with material previously covered in class.   Rodney Del Rio, Teacher, Delano, CA More Testimonials
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    US history curriculum and lesson plans for STanford univ.
Elizabeth Resnick

Humanline.com: Images of art, history and science for educational and commercial licensing - 6 views

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    free educator acct. account awesome images
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    Humanline's images are available to educators and students for free re-use provided that the attribution guidelines are followed. There are two licensing agreements that users need to be aware of when attributing the works they're re-using. Those licenses are rights-managed and royalty-free. You do need to register as an education user to access all of the images for free.
Jennifer Carey

WORLD HISTORY SOURCES - 96 views

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    Great resource and ideas for teachers of world history in high school and college
Kim Collazo

DocsTeach - 18 views

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    Learn how you can teach with primary documents from the national archives. Register to start creating interactive activities.
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    National Archives site of primary documents and teaching tools to use them.
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