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  • Be the Change: Democracy [Unit of 3 Lessons]

    Lesson 1: The Power of One
    Lesson 2: Get Up, Stand Up
    Lesson 3: E Pluribus Unum
    Subjects: Social Studies, Philanthropy, Language Arts, Arts
    Grade Levels: 9-12
    Summary: Students engage in activities that illustrate the importance of every person contributing his or her voice in a democratic community/society. They explore the connection between rights, laws, and voting in a democracy. They learn about their local government structure and visit a public office to collect data through interviews and observations. Students create a final project tying together their knowledge of voting, rights, laws, and public office.

  • Veterans' Stories: The Veterans History Project Teacher’s Guide, Primary Source Set, and Analysis Tools and Guides [Library of Congress, Teaching with Primary Sources]
    Subjects: Social Studies (American History, World History, City & Regional History, War History, Oral Histories, Culture & Folklife)
    Grade Levels: 3-12
    Summary: Veterans share their life experiences in video interviews, sound recordings, photos, and letters.
     
  • Thanksgiving: Teacher's Guide, Primary Source Set, and Analysis Tools and Guides [Library of Congress, Teaching with Primary Sources]
    Subjects: Social Studies (American History, American Indian History, City & Regional History, Oral Histories, Culture & Folklife)
    Grade Levels: 3-12
    Summary: This Library of Congress resource offers historical perspectives on American Thanksgiving holiday traditions, starting with the Pilgrims who arrived on the Mayflower and featuring primary sources in the form of photographs, paintings, letters, and official proclamations.

 


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