OldNYC: Mapping Historical Photographs of New York City. Primary vs. Secondary Sources.
NYPL-publicdomain/mansion-maniac: A generative mansion builder that uses digitized assets of NYPL's collection of Apartment Houses of the Metropolis from early 20th century New York city. Student Discovery Sets - For Teachers (Library of Congress) The new Library of Congress Student Discovery Sets bring together historical artifacts and one-of-a-kind documents on a wide range of topics, from history to science to literature.
Interactive tools let students zoom in, draw to highlight details, and conduct open-ended primary source analysis. Full teaching resources are available for each set. Children's Lives at the Turn of the Twentieth Century Children of a century past: How were their lives different from today's? How were they the same? The Constitution The drafts and debates that brought the Constitution and the Bill of Rights into being, including notes by the documents' framers.
The Dust Bowl Songs, maps, and iconic photographs document the daily ordeals of rural migrant families during a disastrous decade. The Harlem Renaissance Discover some of the innovative thinkers and creative works that contributed to the cultural movement known as the Harlem Renaissance. Immigration The Industrial Revolution The U.S.'
It highlights the service and sacrifice of generations of American men and women, provides an exhibit overview, and directs you to activity stations in the exhibition. This document is in PDF format and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. For Visiting School Groups The Museum invites students to connect with people, ideas, and events of the past through an exciting array of standards-based programs.
Gallery interpreters will be stationed throughout the exhibition and in a special interactive area in the War of Independence section on a regular basis For In-Classroom Learning The Price of Freedom: Americans at War teacher’s manual Supporting Videos and Individual Lessons Supporting Images and Worksheets Supporting Materials (8.8 MB Zip) Download creative and engaging strategies to help students learns how wars have been defining moments in both the history of the nation and the lives of individual Americans.
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We encourage you to use the ones you like and to come up with your own. This list is in no particular order. You may choose one of the categories below, or scroll through and read them all. PBS Presidents. Lincoln's Pockets. Webrangers Activity: Young Abraham Lincoln. School and learning were always important to Abe.
Readin', writin', and cipherin' to the rule of three was all that was taught in school during those days. Abe went to a "blab school" where children read their lessons out loud, usually because there were no writing supplies Read More... School and learning were always important to Abe. Readin’, writin’, and cipherin’ to the rule of three was all that was taught in school during those days. Abe went to a “blab school” where children read their lessons out loud, usually because there were no writing supplies “Of course when I came of age I did not know much.
Cipherin’ to the rule of three is solving for an unknown variable. “He was always at school early and attended to his studies. “I don’t think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday. (click to close) Newspaper Map. About. Listening Is an Act of Love.
English news and easy articles for students of English. Ebola. Holidays. Historic Maps in K-12 Classrooms - Map 1. The Best of the Humanities on the Web. eHistory - Center for Virtual History. K-12 : Student Resources : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Career Exploration What are you interested in?
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Create a short video using Animoto, YouTube slideshow, or 30hands iPad app. This video could be used to introduce a new topic, create a book trailer, or introduce yourself to the class. 2. Create a short “documentary” using WeVideo, Loopster, or Wideo.co. 3. 4. *Planning the student video project. -How much time can you allot to this project? *Assessing the student video project: pre-production. Arthur Family Health. Online safety for the home & SMEs. Mission US. All About Explorers.
Watch our animated map of the Battle of Chickamauga, produced by Wide Awake Films. Learn more about this important Civil War battle in Georgia. More New Animated Maps Let Us Know Have feedback? Where a Bill Becomes a Law. World Wonders Project. Loading Explore stories from around the world Circular forms.
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