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  • Black History Month: How Do We Change History? - … the study of black history, pioneered the celebration of "Negro History Week." Woodson wanted to uncover and preserve the history of African Americans … still have a long way to go. Ironically, the history of Black History Month itself is often neglected and misrepresented. Most Americans … entire month to celebrate Black history, when I know Black history is such a major part of American history. READING TWO By Theodore …
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  • Incorporating oral history into the K - 12 curriculum - … View this page in context Oral history in the classroom Oral history lets students learn about history from the people who lived it … feel included. The value of oral history: Why use oral history with your students? Oral history has benefits that no other historical source … -disciplinary, discovery learning, diversity, family history, history, inclusiveness, interdisciplinary teaching, interviewing, language arts, listening comprehension, oral histories, speech, and storytelling. Help Please read …
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  • Conduct your own oral history project - … image constructs. Related topics Learn more about American history, North Carolina history, Wilmington, moviegoing, oral histories, and technological changes. Help Please read our … the oral history excerpts) Copies of the Oral History Student Packet - one per student Access to sample oral histories and oral history collections online … Oral History Sample Questions" included in the Oral History Student Packet). Activity three: What is an oral history? Introduce the concept of oral histories
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  • Famous Failures - … participation in civic and community activities. SS2010(10) United States History I: Beginnings to the Industrial Revolution 3. Trace the chronology … participation in civic and community activities. SS2010(10) United States History I: Beginnings to the Industrial Revolution 3. Trace the chronology … , McCullough versus MarylandCherokee Nation versus Georgia.SS2010(10) United States History I: Beginnings to the Industrial Revolution 6. Describe relations of …
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  • Jewish Immigration Out West - … of 1849 as well. Understanding the wider American history helps place American Jewish history within its context, and learning the story of … Resources Websites with an Overview of American Jewish History: Time line of Jewish history in America http://www.nmajh.org/timeline/1400s_1500s … Lower Ohio Valley (1912)" GROUP 5 Jewish history of San Francisco http://www.jewish-history.com/WildWest/san_francisco.html Levi Strauss: http …
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  • National Expansion of the United States (1815 to 1850), and its Connection to Local Illinois History - … . Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. (2004). Maps from Illinois history: Resources for teachers. Illinois History Teacher. 11, 2. Mortell, C. (Producer/Director), Youmans … ) & Cormalleth, D. (Narrator). (2002). Prairie tides: Discover Illinois & Michigan Canal History . Chicago: Prairie Tides Productions. Pease, T. C. (1965). The story … Educational Publishing. Young, D. M. (2001). Chicago Maritime: An illustrated history. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press. Additional Resources: Westward Migration. Barstow …
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  • The Conquest of the Aztec Civilization - … as a record of human experience. (RW6) History Students understand the chronological organization of history and know how to organize events and … history. This class can be taught in a variety of different high school classes, including Ethnic studies, American History, Hispanic/ Chicano/Latino history, and Western Hemisphere history. Instructional Materials and Resources Broken Spears by …
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  • Lessons in Courage: Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and Ruby Bridges - … Curanderismo: Holistic Healing Santos and Santeros Spanish Settlement and Hispanic History of Denver and Colorado Mayan Mathematics and Architecture Spanish Missions … philosophical ideas have been powerful forces throughout history. (H6) Students understand the chronological organization of history and know how to organize events … to teaching Black history to even the youngest of children of every color. She believes Black history is everyone's history. El Alma …
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  • The Mexican American War and Its Impact on the Mexican American of the Southwest - … the U.S. Oral history Standards Addressed by this Unit History Students understand the chronological organization of history and know how to organize … , and/or lost throughout history. Students use appropriate technologies to access, process, and communicate information relevant to history. OBJECTIVES Students will use … be used in a sheltered English, Hispano-American History class or a general history class. Includes Indian Mexico, the Conquest, the Mexican …
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  • Immigration/Migration Today & During the Depression - … conducting oral history projects in schools. Mercier, Laurie and Madeline Buckendorf, Using Oral History in Community History Projects. Waco, Texas: Oral History Association, Baylor University, 1988. How to conduct oral history projects in the … History Evaluation Guidelines. Waco, Texas: Oral History Association, Baylor University, 1988. "the standard for conducting oral history..." Click here to get the Oral History
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