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Building Students' Historical Literacies: Learning to Read and Reason with Historical Texts and Evidence
Call Number: D16.3 .N47 2013 (4th floor)
Jeffrey Nokes. (2013). Routledge.
Using Primary Sources: Hands-On Instructional Exercises
Call Number: ZA3075 .U84 2014 - 3rd floor
Interacting with History: Teaching with primary sources
Call Number: E175.8 .I57 2014 - 4th floor
Katharine B. Lehman. (2014). American Library Association.
Jump Back in Time: A living history resource
Call Number: Read Online - Or find print: LB1582 .U6 P48 2004 - 4th floor
Students learn firsthand what it was like to live during another time. Each historical unit culminates in a day of immersion in which the students complete activities such as making related food or costumes, exploring vocabulary, playing ancient games, or investigating maps or historical events.
History in the Digital Age
Call Number: D16.9 .H565 2013 (4th floor)
Toni Weller, Ed. (2013). Routledge.
Breaking Away from the Textbook: Creative Ways to Teach World History
Call Number: D16.2 .P24 2010 volumes 1-2 (4th floor)
Ron H. Pahl. (2010, 2nd edition). Rowman & Littlefield Education.
Breaking Away from the Textbook: A New Approach to Teaching American History
Call Number: LB1581 .K56 1993 (4th floor)
Shelly Kintisch, Wilma Cordero. (1993). Technomic Pub.
History.edu: Essays on teaching with technology
Call Number: D16.3 .H53 2001, 4th floor
Path-breaking studies in history pedagogy useful to both high school and college instructors. The essays collectively urge instructors to build on the passive modes of teaching history with technology to create more interactive instruction and to develop students' independent and critical thinking.
Teaching Texas History
Sam Houston : a citizen of his times : an instructional resource guide
Call Number: LB1561 .T4 S25 1993 - 3rd floor
Includes individual lesson plans and teaching units for teachers to use from fourth grade to twelveth grade. The majority of the contents are designed for use in the elementary grades. Written by the 1992 fellows of the Sam Houston Teachers Academy, who were practicing teachers from various school districts in Texas.
Teaching Texas History
Call Number: REF F386 .D39 1996
The second edition of this popular guide lists audiovisual materials, instructional aids, professional publications, fiction and nonfiction for children, the Internet, free and inexpensive materials to order, and a professional bibliography.
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Teaching U. S. History
America's History Through Young Voices: Using primary sources in the K-12 social studies classroom
Call Number: E175.8 .W94 2005 - 4th floor
Contains primary sources written by young people from twelve periods of American history.
The American Southwest Resource Book
Call Number: Read Online
Provides information and suggests resources and activities for understanding all aspects of Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, and for seeing these states as a distinct region.
Gateways to Westward Expansion: Using literature and primary sources to enhance reading instruction and historical understanding
Call Number: E179.5 .C49 2009 - 4th floor
Presents lesser-known voices and viewpoints of groups impacted by the steady westward march of Euro-American settlement. Fiction is the emotional hook which engages students in a time period, while the primary source document develops content. Grades 4-12.
History Lessons:Teaching, learning, and testing in U.S. high school classrooms
Call Number: Read Online - Or find print: D16.3 .G73 2003 - 4th floor
Extended case studies of two veteran teachers and their students are combined with the extant research literature to explore current issues of teaching, learning, and testing U.S. history. It is among the first to examine these issues together and in interaction.
Ready-to-Use Multicultural Activities for the American History Classroom, Grades 7-12: Four centuries of diversity from the 1600s to the present
Call Number: E175.8 .W34 1996 - 4th floor
Over 200 reproducible activities cover events from the 17th Century to the present from male, female, African-American, Hispanic, and other points of view.
The Teaching American History Project: Lessons for history educators and historians
Call Number: E175.8 .T413 2009 - 4th floor
These essays and research reports from Teaching American History (TAH) grant participants provide models and present examples of lessons learned for historians, teachers, teacher educators, and others interested in the teaching and learning of American History.
Teaching and Using Document-Based Questions for Middle School
Call Number: Read Online - Or find print: E175.8 .O27 2004 - 4th floor
Challenge your students to interpret primary sources from American History such as letters, diaries, speeches, and other historical records, as well as to analyze visual and graphic stimuli such as paintings, photographs, charts, and graphs. The activities are geared primarily toward middle school but can be adapted for secondary students.
Uncovering Our History: Teaching with primary sources
Call Number: Read Online - Or find print: E175.8 .V43 2004 - 4th floor
Using the resources of the Library of Congress's American Memory Website, helps educators and librarians navigate the information and learn when, where, and how to incorporate these online primary documents into the curriculum.
Whose History? The struggle for national standards in American classrooms
Call Number: D16.3 .S96 2002 - 4th floor
Traces the genealogy of the National History Standards Project from its origins as a neo-conservative reform movement to the drafting of the Standards, through the 18 months of controversy and the debate that ensued, and the aftermath. Broad in scope, this case study includes debates on social history, world history, multiculturalism, established canons, national identity, cultural history, and "liberal education."
Teaching Lincoln: Legacies and Classroom Strategies
Call Number: E457 .T32 2014 - 4th floor
Publication Date: 2014
Guidebook, for K-12 teachers, to teaching about Abraham Lincoln.
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