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Modern American History Word Wall: A How-To Guide

Mr and Mrs Social Studies

Modern American History Word Wall Have you ever used a Modern American History word wall before? In this previous blog post , we’ve briefly discussed word walls, however, we wanted to give a more thorough guide on how to use them in this post, as well as share examples that pertain to Modern United States history.

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OPINION: The College Board is sanitizing African American studies just as it has American history

The Hechinger Report

While the College Board’s failure to stand firm in offering a representative and inclusive African American studies course is disheartening, we shouldn’t be surprised. Similar sanitization runs rampant in its AP American history course. Overnight the Cotton South’s historic need for cheap labor disappeared.”

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The Best (and Easiest) Way to Teach American History

Rockin Resources - Social Studies

A lot has happened in our American History! That is why I’m breaking down the best (and easiest) way to teach American History! The post The Best (and Easiest) Way to Teach American History appeared first on Rockin Resources. There’s so much to cover in each era!

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How Academic Historians can be Useful to K-12 Teachers

NCHE

Our other big project, New American History , under the direction of Annie Evans, addresses the time and confidence challenges in different ways. In hundreds of learning resources, stretching across all US history, teachers can quickly find guides, tools, and collaboration they can trust.

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Prepare for Fall Multi Day seminars!

Teaching American History

We are hosting seminars on a variety of topics in American history and politics. Teaching American History hosts Multi-Day seminars at no cost to American history and government teachers. appeared first on Teaching American History. Free professional development. What more could you ask for?

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Most Mississippians can’t pass U.S. citizenship exam. Is American history education the problem?

The Hechinger Report

citizenship test, which assesses basic knowledge of American history, according to new survey results released earlier this month by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. A quarter of Americans were unaware that the First Amendment guarantees freedom of speech. This is an issue of how we teach American history.

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A 3000+ Document Library: A Blessing or a Curse?

Teaching American History

As Publications Manager at Teaching American History , I frequently hear the following from our teacher partners: I love teaching with primary sources! appeared first on Teaching American History. But which one should I use? Your website is great! But I feel overwhelmed when I look all the documents.

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