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Page history last edited by Michelle LeBlanc 11 years, 8 months ago

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.

 

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  • primary sources
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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
http://www.jackdaw.com/

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!
Susan

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