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Bring history alive! : a sourcebook for teaching United States history

Author: Kirk Ankeney; National Center for History in the Schools (U.S.); et al
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : National Center for History in the Schools, University of California, Los Angeles : Contact UCLA Book Zone, [1996]
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A resource manual created by teachers and for teachers who wish to engage in an inquiry-based approach to historical knowledge and historical understanding.
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Genre/Form: Lehrmittel
History
Problèmes et exercices
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kirk Ankeney; National Center for History in the Schools (U.S.); et al
ISBN: 0963321854 9780963321855
OCLC Number: 50939756
Notes: "October 1996"--P. iv.
Description: vi, 244 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Part 1. Approaching United States history : foundations of good teaching. Rationale: why study history --
Methods : historical thinking skills --
Explorations: Adding inquiry to the 'Inquiry' method / Clair W. Keller ; Primary sources in the teaching of history / Gerald Danzer and Mark Newman ; Writing essays that make historical arguments / Ray W. Karras ; Creative book reviews / Kathryn Sexton. 505 0 Part 2. Toward historical comprehension : essays and examples of classroom activities. Era 1. Three worlds meet (beginnings to 1620). Essay: Native-American women in history / Nancy Shoemaker ; Sample student activities --
Era 2. Colonization and settlement (1585-1763). Essay: American history, with memory and without religion : '... the whole truth ... so help me God' / Edwin S. Gaustad ; Sample student activities --
Era 3. Revolution and the new Nation (1954-1820s). Essay: Inspired expedient:how James Madison balanced principle and politics in securing the adoption of the Bill of Rights / Jack N. Rakove ; Sample student activities --
Era 4. Expansion and reform (1801-1861). Essay: Women and the new Western history / Susan Armitage ; Sample student activities --
Era 5. Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877). Essay: The continuing evolution of Reconstruction history / Eric Foner ; Sample student activities --
Era 6. The development of the industrial United States (1870-1900). Essay: American labor history / Leon Fink ; Sample student activities --
Era 7. The emergence of modern America (1890-1930). Essay: A history of technology : a young and vibrant discipline / W. David Lewis ; Sample student activities --
Era 8. The Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945). Essay: Comparative biography as political history : Huey Long and Father Coughlin / Alan Brinkley ; Sample student activities --
Era 9. Postwar United States (1945 to early 1970s). Essay: The personal dimension in doing oral history / Roger D. Long ; Sample student activities --
Era 10. contemporary United States (1968 to the present). Essay: Refugees in history and in the History classroom / Paula Gillett ; Sample student activities --
Resources: Introduction to resources ; General resources ; Era specific resources.
Other Titles: Sourcebook for teaching United States history
Responsibility: edited by Kirk Ankeney ... [et al.].

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A resource manual created by teachers and for teachers who wish to engage in an inquiry-based approach to historical knowledge and historical understanding.

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