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  • Thank you and hope everyone has a good summer!

  • I would love to lay claim to this one, but in chatting with LOC about a few of our road blocks the librarian unlocked the key to another issue...hope it helps!  

    "One caveat, I have found that in some versions of Firefox, the "Page Source" is not in the View menu, but rather under Tools-->Web Developer. Everything else works the same."

  • http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?cwnyhs:1:./temp/~ammem_LrS0::...

    http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?cwnyhs%3A1%3A.%2Ftemp%2F%7Eammem_LrS0%3A%3A%40%40%40mdb=
  • Patricia Pugh

    Ptarmigan Elementary  5th Grade

     

    Hello everyone,

    I enjoy teaching fifth grade and especially social studies.  History is so interesting.

     

  • Lesson Plan: The Constitution: Drafting a more perfect union

    http://myloc.gov/Education/LessonPlans/ExhibitObjects/constitution....

  • Hi  - Please click the continue button above to add your replies and intros to the discussion page - :)

    Thanks, Neva

  • Segue Grant

    Oscarville, AK

    Quqcuun Memorial School

    I teach high school 9-12- all subjects.

    I would like to use primary sources both as a main focus and as a supplementary source depending on what we are doing.  My first year in Oscarville we read Anne Frank and talked about it as a primary source.  They initially thought it was "just" a story.  Since then I have had them read letters from soldiers when we studied the Civil War and that was really interesting to the students. I look forward to learning how to better use primary sources across the curriculum.

  • Hello,

    Please click on 'continue' above to enter the discussion forum for introductions. Some of you posted here on comments before the discussion was started, but there are a few more questions there for you to consider. In the meantime, here is the link to a blog post from the LoC on searching digital resources:

    http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2012/05/shortcuts-for-finding-primary...

  • Hi all I am Marshall Pickens and I teach at East High.  My normal slate of classes include U.S. History, World History, and Alaska Studies.  I can't wait to get started with this class.

  • Hi, my name is Erin Peterson and I am currently teaching music at College Gate Elementary.  I love incorporating music and social studies, so I am very excited about taking this class and learning more about how I can integrate these two important subjects.  Cheers!

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