Lessons for History

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  • Houses: Then and Now - … learn about local history and methods for preserving the past. STANDARDS * History Standard 1: Students understand the chronological organization of history and know … * * Historical photos and other primary sources about the history of your community. Local histories and other secondary sources about your community. 6 … limitations of one-room schoolhouses. STANDARDS * History Standard 1: Students understand the chronological organization of history and know how to organize events …
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  • The Mexican Muralist Movement and an Exploration of Public Art - … , and meaning of works of art. (VA5) History Students understand the chronological organization of history and know how to organize events and … because it addresses the idea of rewriting history, with representations of many figures of Mexican history (see Lesson 1). The other murals … it. This activity helps reinforce the concept of history and the rewriting of history in public art. The mural should also make …
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  • What to teach: conceptual frameworks - … world history."23 Ross E. Dunn Dunn is a history professor and Director of World History Projects at the National Center for History in … . Bradley Commission on History in Schools, Building a History Curriculum: Guidelines for Teaching History in Schools, National Council for History Education,1988 3. Wiggins … . Bradley Commission on History in Schools, Building a History Curriculum: Guidelines for Teaching History in Schools, National Council for History Education,1988 12. Wheeler …
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  • A record of school desegregation: Conduct your own oral history project - … school. Related topics Learn more about African American history, African Americans, North Carolina, history, oral histories, race relations, segregation, and social studies. Help … of American History online exhibit School desegregation electronic fieldtrips from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History Oral history collections "Oral Histories of the American South" from Documenting the American South , University Library at University of North Carolina Oral history
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  • Piecing Together History: A Turn of the Century African-American Farmstead - … 20 minutes 10 minutes 3 Piecing Together History Monday 1. Share oral histories 2. Finish history quilt Suggested Evaluation Daily grades for Learning … suppose this is so? 13 Piecing Together History 14 Piecing Together History 15 Piecing Together History Lesson 4 Learning from Features Site Map … of strawberry jelly cost per pound? Piecing Together History 26 Piecing Together History Piecing Together History Culminating Project 27 Project Overview: How could …
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  • People Who Made a Difference in New York's History - … a person that is important in New York's history or the history of the United States. (If you are uncomfortable with … that they will each be part of The Living History Museum. The Living History Museum is a museum where people (parents, school … missing. CULMINATING PERFORMANCE The Living History Museum will be the culminating performance. Prior to The Living History Museum, invite Board Members, parents … HISTORY MUSEUM We thank you for coming to The LIVING HISTORY MUSEUM. You will be able to learn a lot about the history
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  • Getting Ready For The State History Day Contest Lesson Five -8 Separate Meeting - … my topic significant in history in relation to the National History Day theme? How did my topic influence history? How did the events … . • summarize historical information • select information relevant to history day project Inform other teachers about history project objectives in case students need additional … of the “National History Day Topic Selection Worksheet” identifying their research project for the History Day competition. ATTACHMENT #1 HISTORY DAY PROJECT “TAKING …
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  • History Fair - Introduction and explanation of project - … National History Day. describe the theme for the History Fair discuss possible topics for the History Fair recognize possible topics for the History Fair … to complete their history fair project National History Day www.nationalhistoryday.org Video –“Introduction to National History Day” – 6 min. Ohio History Day http … for the History Fair competition. Evaluate the History Day project (student evaluation) Critique the History Day experience (student evaluation) Categorize their History Day project …
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  • What is the History Center - … What is the History Center? 5 WHAT IS THE HISTORY CENTER? MATERIALS: KWL chart (Included) History Center Anticipation Guide (Included) History Center web page … you learn? the History Center? the purpose of the Center? the history of our community? © 2004 Orange County Regional History Center www.thehistorycenter … Orange County Regional History Center www.thehistorycenter.org revised 8/2/05 What is the History Center? 12 History Specialist Graphic Organizer Directions …
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  • Blood Done Sign My Name - … just read, what paradoxes and predicaments does Tyson note from history that illustrate this? Considering what Tyson mentions about Thomas Jefferson … made important contributions to our history, and that these contributions should be acknowledged as we confront our history honestly. Teachers should assign … of thingification WEB DuBois Current school segregation Chapter 3 KKK (history of) Simeon Oxendine Medgar Evers Daisy Bates Thurgood Marshal Reverend …
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