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Evelyne Tunley-Daymude left a comment on Teaching with Primary Sources (LoC)
"Thank you and hope everyone has a good summer!"
May 25, 2012
Evelyne Tunley-Daymude replied to Neva A. Reece's discussion Submit your projects here! in Teaching with Primary Sources (LoC)
"ARSTunleyDaymude
Cave Art: Pictographs
Also Attached: Lascaux Cave Brochure (PDF file)ARS_EvelyneTunleyDaymude.docx"
May 25, 2012
Evelyne Tunley-Daymude replied to Neva A. Reece's discussion FInal Class Reflections in Teaching with Primary Sources (LoC)
"Thank you!  Our time going through the Library of Congress was time that I could not have set aside for myself...and it all seemed so complicated that I am afraid that on my own, I would not have gotten very far.  That said, this class has provided…"
May 25, 2012
Evelyne Tunley-Daymude replied to Neva A. Reece's discussion Readings Reflections in Teaching with Primary Sources (LoC)
"REFLECTION: Inquiry based learning
The Stripling Model of Inquiry outlines the process of making connections, wonder, investigation, construction, expression and reflection.  This process allows students to incorporate inquiry into learning.  "The…"
May 23, 2012
Evelyne Tunley-Daymude replied to Neva A. Reece's discussion Readings Reflections in Teaching with Primary Sources (LoC)
"These articles were perfect for me.  I took a class last semester and my professor kept questioning my sources (I still do not understand why...but they were from the internet and not pulled from a printed book).  The article, What does it mean to…"
May 22, 2012
Evelyne Tunley-Daymude replied to Neva A. Reece's discussion Intros and Interests! in Teaching with Primary Sources (LoC)
"Hello, my name is Evelyne and I teach high school social studies/vocational education at the Whaley School...While I am interested in world history, I have struggled with US history and hope that I can find information to not only spark my interest,…"
May 21, 2012