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Fran Bullington

Instructional Strategies - 14 views

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    Zoom-In Inquiry is often an introduction portion of a lesson. During this activity, students uncover a primary source image piece by piece in order to understand a big idea or theme related to curriculum standards. An investigative question starts the exploration and guiding questions focused on observation, interpretation, and evaluation follow as pieces of the image are revealed one at a time. Students use evidence and subject specific vocabulary to support their hypotheses. Students reflect on their understanding of the primary source and its relationship to "the big picture" or a large scale understanding that is overarching and essential to the subject. Finally, other related primary sources are presented that ask students to apply knowledge and understanding from the Zoom-In Inquiry to a new source or problem.
Donna Baumbach

Take Online Modules - For Teachers (Library of Congress) - 13 views

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    Earn a certificate of completion by taking the Library's self-paced interactive modules. Each multimedia-rich program delivers approximately one hour of staff development.
Martha Hickson

World Digital Library Home - 2 views

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    World history resource with maps and atlases as well as material for research in geography
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    Map of digital libraries around the world
Martha Hickson

World Digital Library Home - 34 views

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    The World Digital Library (WDL) makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world. These cultural treasures include manuscripts, maps, rare books, musical scores, recordings, films, prints, photographs, and architectural drawings.
Martha Hickson

Official Blog: Learn about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on the Google Cultural Institute - 4 views

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    seven new online exhibits on the Google Cultural Institute that help tell the story of the two cities and their tragic fate.
Jennifer Dimmick

Chronicling America « Library of Congress - 6 views

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    The Library of Congress has digitized all the micrfiche of all the newspapers it had access to from 1836-1922. You can search by term or name within any state
Martha Hickson

5 Awesome Primary Source Websites - YouTube - 11 views

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    EasyBib primary sources video
Cathy Oxley

Resource Guides for Teachers - Primary Source - 10 views

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    Topics: Global Education, Global Literature, Africa, Japan, Latin America, Middle East, Modern China, South Asia, Immigration and Migration
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