Archive for 'Document Spotlights'
We commemorate the 70th anniversary with an activity focusing on two documents related to the Allied invasion of June 6, 1944.
Posted by Christopher Zarr on June 5, 2014, under Document Spotlights, National History Day, Online Tools, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Teaching with Artifacts: What Edith Galt Wilson’s Suit Can Teach Students about World War I and Women in America
Students feel like detectives on a mission to discover what they can learn about history when they learn with artifacts.
Posted by Stephanie on May 28, 2014, under Document Spotlights, Partner Organizations, Professional Development, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
The National Archives records can illustrate the many ways people have “made their mark” on history.
Posted by Christopher Zarr on April 28, 2014, under Document Spotlights, Exhibits, Online Tools, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Students analyze a petition signed by over 50% of the native Hawaiian population against becoming a part of the United States
Posted by Christopher Zarr on March 25, 2014, under Common Core, Document Spotlights, Online Tools, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Films based on major historical events are often based on records from the National Archives. This is especially true with the upcoming film “The Monuments Men” which opens this Friday, February 7th.
Posted by Christopher Zarr on February 4, 2014, under Document Spotlights, Programs, Research, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
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