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Lesson Units for Educating America's Citizens

These units contain primary sources, worksheets, time lines, charts and graphs and use informative texts and historically relevant topics that align to your state standards.

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  • Songs For a Revolution: Grades 7-12, 117 pages (includes audio CD of music from the American Revolution#679001
  • Buying Respectability: Grades 7-12, 138 pages #958108
  • Earning a Living as a Tradesperson in Colonial America: Grades 4-8, 143 pages #958116
  • Slavery: A Colonial Odyssey: Grades 4-12, 144 pages #938233
  • Life in the Continental Army: Grades 4-12, 106 pages #98830

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Tools for Teaching with Primary Sources

Primary Source CDThese standards-aligned CD-ROMs provide an interactive classroom experience for your students.

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  • Grades 1-3 CD-ROM  #1178292
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Classic Electronic Field Trips on DVD

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Only $29.95 eachBring American History to life in your classroom with relevant stories of people, places, and events from the past that motivate today's learners. These previously broadcast classic Electronic Field Trips are a must have for any classroom library! All DVDs contain 60 minutes of standards-based content for grades 4-8.

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  • Three eight-minute historical content video segments
  • Three Q&A sessions with historical characters and modern experts from the live television broadcasts

 

  • Jamestown Unearthed

    Jamestown Unearthed

    Take a look at how history is written and reevaluated as new methods of study are introduced. Using the example of Jamestown in 1607, explore the myths and misconceptions of that era. Revisit the documents, artifacts, and other evidence through archaeology. Learn how every generation sees the evidence in new ways, and how this affects our understanding of the past.
    DVD # 63

  • No Master Over Me

    No Master Over Me

    Ann Ashby tells the story of her life as a free black during the days of slavery. Discover how she and her husband, Matthew, made a life for their family: Matthew purchased his wife and children and had them freed. This is the story of balancing between slave and free communities in a poignant reminder of what our freedom is really worth.
    DVD # 67


  • A More Perfect Union

    A More Perfect Union

    Witness the conflict and compromises of ratifying the U.S. Constitution. Join young eighteenth-century observers as they travel from state to state tallying the vote. Learn about ratification and Americans' growing interests in their fledgling nation's new government.
    DVD # 69

  • The Will of the People

    The Will of the People

    One of the most bitter presidential campaigns in U.S. history is part of a surprising lesson for a 21st-century student. Thomas Jefferson explains how negative campaigning, partisan politics, and contested elections have been part of our political system since the earliest days of the Republic.
    DVD # 61

 

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