"Mostly because I knew nothing about it, I chose "Teaching With Documents: The Don Henry Story" It's basically a story of a student at the University of Kansas who changes his political views, then decides to join the fight against fascism in…"
"With my bias toward looking at something I could use in a World History class, I looked at the "Deadly Virus" exhibit about the Influenza epidemic of 1918. I was disappointed but not surprised that the collection contained no documents about areas…"
"Ok, I mostly made a worksheet that compares what students normally do to research with what we've learned about researching the archives. My challenge was trying to make a working link to any of the materials which have been used in searching this…"
"Spent about an hour perusing to find information about the American "colonization" of Alaska, but I've not been very good at searching so far. Part of it is my fault, but I cannot get 1000 or 2000 results at a time. I get the message :
"I was identified as 81% musical and interpersonal, followed by 75% bodily/kinesthetic. My idea for transcribing and analyzing primary sources using these three learning styles requires another source which I used to use, but I haven't in a while:…"
"(entirely stolen from the College Board) I use the SOAPSTone and gist method of analysis of primary sources. I have students identify the speaker, occasion, audience, purpose, setting and tone of the document. In addition, I have them write a few…"
"I feel like there would need to be multiple types of documents to keep in my "classroom archive". These would include past statistical data from my classes, lesson information, ancillary materials for my lessons, examples and core materials for my…"
"Hi. My name is Greg Eschenlohr. I am a teacher of World History, German I, and Weight Training at Service High School in Anchorage. I also coach Football at the school. I am a Front End Manager at Carrs Abbott in my "free time". I have three…"