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Links 1 through 10 of 43 by Christy Keeler tagged World_War_II

This is a PDF version of a booklet on using primary sources in the classroom. It discusses strengths and benefits of numerous artifact types (e.g., documents, advertisements), provides worksheets to guide students through source analysis, and includes lesson plans using Smithsonian artifacts. This could serve as an excellent resource when engaged in professional development relating to primary sources.

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This article tells about famous native women who were in the military through american revolution to present day wars.

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This site is a portal containing annotated links to history web sites and K-12 history lesson plans, teacher guides, activities, games, quizzes, and more.

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This website leads you to an audio message from Chief John Mohawk who will talk about the parallels between the European expansion into the New World with that of the Greeks and Nazis. This is definitely an interesting perspective on the Native American-European relationship and how the Europeans greatly effected the Native culture and way of life.

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This site makes Eleanor Roosevelt's written and audio-visual record accessible to those actively engaged in defining human rights. It includes the following topics: editing "The Selected Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt: The Human Rights Years," creating the "My Day" Project, enhancing Eleanor Roosevelt historic sites, teaching teachers to use the documents, discussion of democracy and human rights, and sharing the Eleanor Roosevelt legacy with her students.

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This site assists teachers and students as they discover, teach, and learn with digital historical documents. In addition to access to primary sources, the site is rich with instructional strategies that could be used in classrooms to engage students with

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