A lesson on the Voting Rights Act puts students in the shoes of members of Congress as they deliberated the bill.
Posted by Christine Blackerby on April 22, 2014, under Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Choose primary sources and pull them together into an online learning activity using one of our DocsTeach tools.
Posted by Stephanie on April 8, 2014, under Online Tools, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Students can reflect on the lives of soldiers during the Civil War by analyzing photographs taken by renowned photographer Mathew Brady in this new learning activity on DocsTeach.org. The holdings of the National Archives include over 6,000 photographs taken by Brady and his associates during the Civil War era; 16 are included in this activity. In […]
Students will analyze the Zimmermann telegram to evaluate whether the United States should have entered World War I.
New DocsTeach Activity: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
In this new activity on DocsTeach.org—our online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives—students will read, analyze, and summarize Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that established the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. We suggest teaching with this activity during a unit on civil rights in grades 9–12. Approximate time needed […]
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