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Please share any teaching resources on immigration with the group by using the comments box below. Have a file you want to upload? Click here.

This can also be a "wish list" for materials you would like to have once you complete the Teaching American History program.


Examples include:


  • primary sources
  • books for students
  • resource guides
  • technology



Comments (1)

sdulonglangley said

at 12:19 pm on Apr 28, 2009

1. Book for Teachers
Knowing How: Researching and Writing Nonfiction 3-8 by Mary C. McMackin and Barbara S. Siegel
This is a great book that has some helpful strategies on collecting and organizing data as students move from receptive to expressive activities.

2. Jackdaws Primary Source Document Collections

3. Differentiating Lessons Using Bloom's Taxonomy - Social Studies - Expanded Edition (2-8) ISBN 1-931334-86-2
This is a set with materials for student use

Just some thoughts!

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