"I think my classmates have done a nice job covering how this story relates and speaks to the resiliency of the Alaskan Natives. To start with, they have had to survive in a variety of oftentimes very harsh environments. Since European contact, they…"
"Nick's childhood account of the war, I think, would be really easy for students to connect with, engage in, and understand. A lot of my students struggle with English, and Nick's account uses a lot of sentence structure and vocabulary that my…"
Honestly, I think the quote is fairly self-explanatory. If I use the example of Yup'ik people that I interact with regularly if you were to see many of them walking down the street, or have a brief interaction with them, you would think they…"
"Once students get into middle school, I think you can start showing some more graphic/controversial images. We use our best judgement, and we need to be sure about WHY we're showing the images we show. I think the most important thing, however, is…"
"That all depends on the type of image, I suppose. If a group is trying send a message and they ask someone to come in and take photos (i.e. the burning monk, the suffragists protesting the White House) then there needs to be a certain amount of…"
"What I've liked the most so far is the focus on stories. I'd like to incorporate this idea into my social studies classes, where I bring the real-life stories of specific individuals from history to try to help my students appreciate, understand,…"