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Teaching American History

American Immigration

2008-2009

The Education Cooperative

 

Welcome to your Teaching American History Wiki for American Immigration!

 

We will use this to post documents, PowerPoint presentations and any and all useful things for Cohort 1.


 

 

What's New?

 

 

 

  • Sacco & Vanzetti: American Anarchism on Trial colloquia featured in the SJC newsletter. Click here.

 

  • Our own Richard DeSorgher (Medfield HS) is featured in a recent Chronicle episode. Watch it.

 

  • Read a review of our own Vin Cannato's American Passage: The History of Ellis Island

 

  • Both the Medfield and Westwood High School Teams were in the news! WestwoodMedfield

 

  • Have a resource you want to share? Submit it

 

Tips for using this Wiki:

(Did you know? Wiki means "quick" in Hawaiian)

 

 

 

Comments (13)

Gail said

at 1:55 pm on Nov 6, 2008

Michelle, how creative...I love it!

sdulonglangley said

at 9:40 pm on Nov 6, 2008

Fabulous! Great use of technology to facilitate learning and management of materials!
Thanks,
Susan

Kate Hughey said

at 10:24 am on Nov 8, 2008

Wow, Michelle, you are super fast! Thanks so much for doing this - it looks great!

Kevin Callahan said

at 9:13 am on Nov 12, 2008

Thank this is quite helpful. Now I cant say the dog ate my homework.,..maybe it was my mouse.

sdulonglangley said

at 6:24 am on Dec 9, 2008

Remember the Migrant Mother photo by Dorothea Lange we viewed last week? CNN has an interview with one of the children from the photo who discusses the impact the photo had on their lives.
http://www.cnn.com/2008/LIVING/12/02/dustbowl.photo/index.html

jyelland@... said

at 3:56 pm on Dec 11, 2008

Did a search on Amazon and found this series. Passing it along for your review. A Family Apart (Orphan Train Adventures) (Mass Market Paperback)
by Joan Lowery Nixon (Author
Janice

jyelland@... said

at 10:16 am on Dec 12, 2008

Ed mentioned a PBS documentary on the orphan trains. Did a search on NETFLICKS. Their review: "In the 1850s, thousands of homeless children roamed New York City streets in search of food and shelter. Moved by their suffering, a young minister named Charles Loring Brace founded the Children's Aid Society. The charitable group sent the children on trains to rural areas, where families would take in the orphans. By 1929, more than 150,000 neglected children had made such journeys. Their remarkable stories live on in this moving documentary."

Anonymous said

at 8:35 am on Dec 18, 2008

Happy Holidays to all. I have been wondering if any of you are using WebLessons? If so, is it a valuable tool? How does it fit with your curriculum and/or this course? If several of you are using it, perhaps we can have a folder sharing thoughts!

kevin callahan said

at 9:02 am on Feb 5, 2009

OK password number 4 is a winner. Happy Febrrrrrrrrrrruary

sdulonglangley said

at 1:59 pm on Feb 8, 2009

PBS is running a program called "Forgotten Ellis Island". It features an interesting look at the screening of passengers including the difficulty of having screeners who did not understand the culture or language of the immigrants. The information about the hospital and its innovative procedures was fascinating. http://www.pbs.org/forgottenellisisland/
Susan

sdulonglangley said

at 6:30 am on May 8, 2009

The Secretary of the Interior just announced on the Today Show that they are re-opening access to climb to the crown of the Statue of Liberty on July 4th this year for the first time since 9/11. He spoke of the conditions that would be enacted in deciding who would get to climb given the narrow, winding, and steep stairs. It was a Today Show exclusive so I couldn't find any online articles yet to post, but I'd imagine it should be on the Today website soon. http://today.msnbc.msn.com/ The footage of the interior was amazing, so I hope they'll post the video.

Michelle LeBlanc said

at 11:24 am on Aug 19, 2009

Hi all:
If you would like to upload your project to the wiki, please go to the folders section. There you will find your group's own designated folder titled "project--(fill in your district name here)". You can open that folder and then click "upload files" to add your project into it. I will go back later and make a nice page so you can take a look at everyone's fabulous work.

Michelle LeBlanc said

at 1:46 pm on Oct 24, 2009

Hi Everyone: All parts of your projects are now uploaded on the wiki. There is a link right on the homepage. You should be so proud of all the work you put into the TAH courses. Please take a look at all you have created!

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