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Punch Cartoon Galleries from the archive of Punch magazine | Buy Downloads | Buy Prints... - 3 views

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    Punch Magazine Cartoon Gallery
David Hilton

Spectator Archive - 6 views

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    Scanned and digitised archive of this bastion of English conservatism.
Caryn Koplik

Free Online Professional Development - 15 views

The National Humanities Center presents engaging, useful, and convenient professional development seminars that offer new pedagogical approaches and free online resources. http://americainclass.or...

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started by Caryn Koplik on 10 Jun 13 no follow-up yet
David Hilton

AC History Units - 6 views

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    Put together by the HTAA. Great for Australian history teachers.
David Hilton

Manufacturing Pasts - 7 views

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    Useful for teaching the Industrial Revolution, etc.
David Hilton

Punch Cartoons - 10 views

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    You can purchase Punch cartoons.
Jennifer Carey

Library of Congress Electronic Exhibit - African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Cit... - 1 views

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    Several great visual primary sources in this easy to use exhibit.
David Hilton

US History Classroom Resources - 19 views

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    Resources created by a US History teacher available for download.
David Hilton

Creating History - 12 views

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    Could be useful for classroom or homework activities.
David Hilton

English Historical Documents - Documents in English History - 9 views

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    This is the companion site to the History of England podcast blog. It contains a number of original documents that I've found particularly interesting along the way. The best way to navigate your way around this site is to use this summary and index, which is organised chronologically.
Christy Hanna

Setting Sail: Irish Immigrants During the Potato Famine - 2 views

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    This site discusses experiences aboard ships crossing the Atlantic.
Caryn Koplik

America in Class Primary Source Collections, Lessons, and Online Seminars. - 10 views

Free primary documents, ready for classroom use, with notes and questions. Perfect for teaching the Common Core standards. http://americainclass.org/primary-sources/ http://americainclass.org/lesso...

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started by Caryn Koplik on 07 Sep 12 no follow-up yet
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Crash Course World History - 28 views

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    A fast, fun overview of world history content.
    Comparable in some ways to The Millennium series by CNN.
    Some think this would be good for "flipping" the classroom. I happen to disagree - since it is too fast. Better for review imo.
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    Entertaining and informative series on topics in world history.
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    My students LOVE LOVE LOVE this series! I use them as unit openers in my honors world history class to previw the big ideas and hook them to that unit. I create higher order thinking type questions they answer after or questions where they predict things about the unit. But the videos are awesome!
Deven Black

Teachers' Domain: Mission US: Flight to Freedom - 5 views

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    "Flight to Freedom," takes place in northern Kentucky and southern Ohio, and begins in summer 1848. The game is divided into five parts, as well as a framing prologue and epilogue. Students play this interactive adventure game and assume the role of Lucy. As the game opens, Lucy is a young slave on the King family's plantation outside of Lexington.
Rob Jacklin

Tenement Museum | From Ellis Island to Orchard Street with Victoria Confino - 12 views

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    Both the museum itself and the site are terrific. Lots of primary source narratives.
Deven Black

SS Curriculum Guides - 22 views

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    These are a set of out-of-print guides made by the NYC Board of Education in 1993-1994. They are full of primary sources, short text selections and activities which many teachers have found very useful. Although designed for 7th and 8th grade they can be modified for high school and elementary school. Many teachers have used these over the last 17 years to help them develop their lessons. They are large files so they will take a few minutes to open. Note that both sets follow the same format but the 8th grade guides were done with a modern text style and therefore "looks" much better.
Deven Black

Educational Resources | NAPT - 8 views

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    Native American Public Telecommunications
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