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  • Oral History: Childbirth - … : History of Childbirth History of Childbirth Depression During and After Pregnancy History of Depression History of Mental Illness History of Women and Mental Illness History of Parenting History of Women's Bodies Examples of Oral History
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  • Mom, Apple Pie, and the American Way - … /history/firstladies/lt10.html (*Letitia Christian Tyler) http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/firstladies/jt10.html (*Julia Gardiner Tyler) http://www.whitehouse.gov/history … /history/firstladies/fc2224.html (*Frances Folsom Cleveland) http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/firstladies/im25.html (*Ida Saxton McKinley) http://www.whitehouse.gov/history … /history/firstladies/ (*Claudia Taylor [Lady Bird] Johnson) http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/firstladies/pn37.html (*Patricia Ryan Nixon) http://www.whitehouse.gov/history
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  • The Foot Soldier Project for Civil Rights Studies - … of oral history. Author Donald E. Ritchie describes oral history in his book, Doing Oral History-A Practical Guide: "Simply put, oral history collects … from history. Oral history fills in the gaps and gives us history which includes everyone. Ritchie describes the reason for doing oral history is … : What is oral history? What are the reasons for doing oral history? What is the process of collecting oral history? Secondary Learning Objectives …
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  • California – Becoming an Agricultural and Industrial Power - … , pace and gestures expressively to communicate meaning * Portray a "Living History" character and summarize major ideas of their exhibt A Beginning … injustice. Recommended for teacher reading. McCunn, Ruthanne Lum. An Illustrated History of the Chinese in America. San Francisco: Design Enterprises, 1979 … Books, 1993. This teacher resource book chronicles the history of Blacks in California history from the Spanish colonial period to the present …
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  • Human Rights Process Model: Events and Eras in US History - … UNIT IV: U.S. HISTORY Key Question: What can we learn about human rights from U.S. History? Unit Goal(s): Students … Eras in U.S. History Setting: Grades 9-12 Step 1: Select an event or era in history for study. Students select … rights action. Communicate effectively what they learned about U.S. history and human rights. HUMAN RIGHTS RESOURCE CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA … eras in U.S. history suitable for student study and based on the Minnesota U.S. history standards for high school students …
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  • CAPTURING THE 1930s THROUGH ORAL HISTORY - … also want to explore our "Witnesses to History" lesson plan, designed for high school history. Objectives Students will: * Become familiar with methods … can be to talk with older people. Key Terms oral history, social history, primary source, the Great Depression, the New Deal Written … summaries. Additional sources include other web sites about oral history, documented oral history interviews, and Hard Times by Studs Terkel. Handout: Handout …
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  • The not-so-famous person report - … topics Learn more about American history, biographies, community history, cooperative learning, discovery learning, group work, history, information literacy, oral histories, oral reports, primary sources … . A community study with oral history Oral history projects, on a small or large scale, can bring history to life in the K … 's article "Oral History Links and Resources." Resources for oral history projects If you're considering doing an oral history project with your …
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  • History: Who's Story? - … and their journal entry on the nature of history. Lesson Two Title: Textbook Histories: Where Have All the Women Gone? Lesson Objectives … history: 1."Great women and victims" 2 "Add and stir" history Lecture will also outline the main feminist approaches to women's history … . 3. Create a timeline entitled "Making History, Building Futures" outlining major events in the history of the women's liberation movement. Intro …
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  • Revealing Untold Stories - … they feel history textbooks and other history resources have in reporting on historical events, people, and eras; discuss why different history textbooks and … feel history textbooks and other history resources have in reporting on historical events, people, and eras. Students then discuss why different history textbooks … other events or time periods, in both United States history and in global history, might also be referred to in such a …
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  • Remembering to Never Forget - … in a round-table discussion focusing on how one 'celebrates' history when history is not purely positive. Finally, students work in groups … homework Objectives: Students will: 1. Explore how one celebrates history when history is not purely positive. 2. Examine the current tensions caused … support your answer to this question: How does one celebrate history when history is not purely positive?" Students should then share their …
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