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  1. Abraham Lincoln and the United States (Teach yourself history library) by K. C Wheare, 1948
  2. Using Deliberative Techniques To Teach United States History by Nancy Claxton, Eleanora von Dehsen, 2009-04-17
  4. Alaska State History-Let's Teach It Now! (From the Publisher).(Brief Article): An article from: Alaska Business Monthly by Vern C. McCorkle, 2002-01-01
  5. Reaching teachers: Helping them teach state and local history (AASLH technical leaflet) by Elsie Schebler Dawson, 1993
  6. Abraham Lincoln and the United States (Teach yourself history)
  7. TeacherExpress Plan Teach Assess CD-ROM (Prentice Hall United States History) by Staff, 2008
  8. How To Teach And Study United States History By The Brace System (1895) by John Trainer, 2008-06-02
  9. How to teach and study United States history by John Trainer, 2010-09-07
  10. History of the United States of America (Teach Yourself Instant Reference) by Helicon Publishing, 2000-05-01
  11. How To Teach And Study United States History By The Brace System (1895) by John Trainer, 2010-09-10
  12. How To Teach And Study United States History By The Brace System (1895) by John Trainer, 2010-09-10
  13. How To Teach and Study United States History By the Brace System (1895) by John Trainer,
  14. Tunes That Teach American History - Bk/CD Set by Ken Sheldon, 2005-01-01

1. Lesson Plans
Search all of New York history Net New York state history Links Education This page is a growing list of education related links for New York state. state history Interest Project (SHIP) - clubs for middle school and high school students membership to all persons who teach, supervise, develop curricular, engage in research,
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Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 50 lesson plans for primary grade students.
Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Intermediate School (6-8). 80 lesson plans appropriate for grades 6-8.
Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange High School (9-12). 95 lesson plans suitable for the high school level.
Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 36 miscellaneous lesson plans for students in grades k-5.
Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange Intermediate School (6-8). 25 miscellaneous lesson plans for the middle school.
Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange High School (9-12). 14 miscellaneous lesson plans for the 9-12 grades.
Afghanistan:Land in Crisis. Afghanistan: Land in Crisis, presented by National Geograpic.Com., features news, background, online activities, teachers' guides, lesson plans, a regularly updated interactive map, photos, and a message board.
Africa. Based on a PBS broadcast, the site includes: Africa for Kids where Fimi, a youngster from Nigeria serves as the guide to a variety of fun activities for elementary level students; Photoscope where older students can look at contemporary Africa in five photo essays; and Africa Challenge where students can show how much they know by playing a game. Also featured is Teacher Tools with four units on Africa.

2. When Do You Teach State History? -
Author, Comment. Denise in NY Registered User Posts 1 (3/22/02 30439 pm) Reply,When do you teach state history? When should we teach our state history?

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5. Introduction - Why Teach New Jersey History
INTRODUCTION WHY teach NEW JERSEY history. According to Title 18A of the NewJersey state Statutes, each school district shall adopt a suitable twoyear
A Topical Guide to Materials for Teaching
New Jersey History in the Elementary,
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Revised, 2001 INTRODUCTION WHY TEACH NEW JERSEY HISTORY According to Title 18A of the New Jersey State Statutes, each school district "shall adopt a suitable two-year course of study in the history of the United States, including the history of New Jersey, to be given to each student during the last four years of high school." Furthermore, the law states that each school district "shall adopt a course of study in community civics, the geography, history and civics of New Jersey. . . to be taken by all pupils in the public elementary schools in the grade or grades in which it given . . ." (Italics added.) The Department of Education has proposed changes to the Admin-istrative Code, but not to the above statute. Former Education Commissioner Leo Klagholz stated in a memorandum to the State Board of Education, dated May 6, 1998, that the proposed new chapter to the Administrative Code will "rescind all other curriculum mandates in the code, except those required in statute." Teaching New Jersey history and geography is a major priority of the Core Curriculum Content Standards. The Social Studies Standards specifically refer to a "historical understanding" of New Jersey in the following areas:

6. United States Labor And Industrial History Audio Archive
Includes oral histories, important historical speeches and proceedings from a conference titled The Fight for America's Future A teachIn with the Labor Movement, held October 3-4, 1996 at Columbia University, NYC. Archives complied by Department of history University at Albany, state University of New York.
Department of History
University at Albany, State University of New York
The following recordings are drawn from numerous audio archives, though most come from or are processed at the University at Albany. They are organized by topic. All audio files are in RealAudio format; some are also available in MP3. You will need RealPlayer/RealOne software plug-ins to play the former (which will also play back MP3 files). You may obtain up-to-date versions of these plug-ins from at: NEW! "NATHAN SPERO: A LIFE IN THE UE" / ON-LINE AUDIO AND MSS. ARCHIVE Nathan Spero was the Research Director for the United Electrical Workers Union (UE) for thirty-nine years, from 1944 until 1983. Prior to his career with the UE, Spero worked as a statistician for the National Research Project on Productivity and Technological Change for the U.S. Department of Labor (from 1937 until 1943). During his career in the UE, in addition to his regular duties Spero served as the co-chair of the 13-union joint committee on pensions and insurance in negotiations with General Electric and Westinghouse from 1975 through 1981. He was also intimately involved with UE convention work and was responsible for pre-convention assembly and editing of all convention resolutions. Also during his years in the UE, Spero was a member of the Department of Labor's Commission on Incentives. From 1991 to 1992 Spero served as the President for the New School for Social Research's Institute for Retired Professionals. Through the 1990s and until very recently, he taught math and labor history at the Manhattan branch of Queens College in New York City.

7. Study In The History Of Technology And Science At Iowa State University (MA, Ph.
state University emphasizes the history of technology, science . and medicine in Europe and America since the later 18th century. Its core faculty all teach
The Program in History of Technology and Science (HOTS) at lowa
State University emphasizes the history of technology, science,
and medicine in Europe and America since the later 18th century.
Its core faculty all teach and write in this chronological
period, thus providing extraordinary opportunity for graduate
study. Each, moreover, is broad gauged, expert in several areas
within this general focus. Each takes ideas seriously as the
basis for understanding science, technology, medicine and social
Faculty In History Of Technology And Science
JAMES T. ANDREWS, Associate Professor of History, (Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1994) social and cultural history of Russian/Soviet science and technology; science, society and public culture; intersection of science, technology, and popular culture in a comparative EurAsian context. AMY SUE BIX, Associate Professor of History, (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
University, 1994) history of technology; history of the life sciences, their
technologies, and medicine; public policy and technical knowledge; and

8. Prairie Voices - Teaching History
The state Historical Society of Iowa appointed a Blue on the teaching of Iowa Historybecause some Heritage Curriculum was created to teach Iowa's historical
Fifth-grade students at North Cedar School in Mechanicsville help to reset a tombstone at historic Pioneer Grove Cemetery as a part of their Prairie Voices project
Prairie Voices - Teaching History
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How much do you know about the history of your state? In Iowa, state officials are making sure that Iowans know their state history. They have even created a special educational program to teach students. The State Historical Society of Iowa appointed a Blue Ribbon Task Force on the Teaching of Iowa History because some were concerned that young people were growing up with little understanding or appreciation of their Iowa heritage. Prairie Voices: An Iowa Heritage Curriculum was created to teach Iowa's historical and cultural heritage. As part of Prairie Voices, a timeline has been created to document the state's history that goes back 2.5 billion years! How far back can you trace your state's history? Other sources of information for students to learn about Iowa history include historic farms, cemetery studies, historic sites and Native American history and heritage. How many sources can you think of to learn about your state?
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9. State History: State History From A Christian Perspective Course For Homeschoole
have courses for all grade levels, and they are correlated so you can teach all grade levels simultaneously. state history from a Christian Perspective is a 30lesson course which
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***All Fifty States now available!!!*** We have courses for all grade levels, and they are correlated so you can teach all grade levels simultaneously. Our lesson plans are generic, so you can easily teach different states simultaneously. Scroll down this page to see a brief description of all our products. Click on any product for detailed information.
State History from a Christian Perspective (Grades 7-12)
Available in three options, State History from a Christian Perspective (Grades 7-12) will guide students as they construct their own state history notebook using our Student Booklet, along with pictures and information they will gather. State History from a Christian Perspective (Grades 3-6) State History from a Christian Perspective is a 30-lesson course which can completed in as little as 6 weeks or expanded to as much as a year using the suggestions included in the lesson plan.

10. Major FAQ's Department Of History Michigan State University
Department of history Michigan state University. Major FAQ's. 3. If I wantto teach in elementary or secondary school, what do I have to do?

11. All Star Review - Switched On Schoolhouse, State History
Synopsis Switched on Schoolhouse state history curriculum is designed to teach students complete up to 13 research
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Switched on Schoolhouse State History curriculum is designed to teach students complete up to 13 research projects, write essays, and do personalized study as they learn about their selected state. Each of the 50 states is available for purchase on a separate CD.
Age-Appropriateness: Student reports can be completed at the suitable skill levels for individual students whether as Jr. High or High School students. Suggestions are provided for the teacher regarding specific information that should be found in the completed student projects.
Replay Value: Students could use this curriculum in Jr. High and then repeat the course in High School. Individual student growth would change the depth of focus of the individual projects.
Educational Value: Students will learn library research tips, as well as how to document and format research papers. This curriculum is designed to enhance writing skills and math application skills while the student learns about business and resources for their state. Assignments can be as broad or specific as the teacher deems applicable to the student. This program consists of a series of projects that can be used as a semester study (7 days per assignment) or as a year long program (with 14 days allowed for each assignment.) Projects cover:

12. New York State History Links - Education
membership to all persons who teach, supervise, develop New York state Social StudiesResource Guide help with an emphasis on American history, government, and
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This page is a growing list of education related links for New York State. Student organizations State History Interest Project (SHIP) - clubs for middle school and high school students interested in New York State history, new clubs may join at any time using the printable online SHIP registration form , next annual convention will be held May 2-4, 2002 in Lake Placid, NY. Resources for teachers Encyclopedia of New York State - coming in 2004, local history, primary source materials, teacher's manual, and lesson plans. Erie Canal - collection of Erie Canal resources collected on NY History Net. Historical Maps of New York S tate - ranging from 1556 to around 1825, part of The Map Collection headed by David Allen at SUNY Stony Brook, links to other digital cartography resources. Leaders NYS Governors and American Presidents Making of America - a model of primary source material presented on the web, searchable text brings up graphic scans of the pages of 19th century books and articles.

13. The State News - History Neglects To Teach Entire Story - Thursday, Oct. 15, 199
history neglects to teach entire story. This letter is in response to Kenya Johnson’sarticle “Holiday serves as a reminder of oppression” (SN 10/13).

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Thursday, Oct. 15, Email: History neglects to teach entire story Holiday serves as a reminder of oppression In your article, Ms. Johnson, you wrote that people refuse to question history. Well allow me to do so. First of all, look at the native Americans. Do you think that before the Europeans got here, they all lived in peace with each other? Give me a break. A few powerful tribes were on their way to controlling the entire continent. In the process, they killed off entire families and tribes, but you never learn about that in history class. Peter Smith marketing sophomore Front Page Campus City Sports ... Home All content © 1998 The State News

14. A Short Penn State History
A Short Penn state history. at the request of the Pennsylvania state AgriculturalSociety excluding scientific and classical studies… to teach agriculture and

15. OHS - Resources - Education Services - Ohio History Day
Want to have more curriculum materials to teach history Day in your in grades 612participate in history Day fairs at the district, state and national



Program Information History Day Event Information Selecting and Researching Your Topic Teacher Materials What is History Day? ... Request Information
History Day Event Information
District Events It’s time to get ready for District Events! Check out the District Information part of the Ohio History Day web site to find out information about your district event. To find out more about your district event, contact your district coordinator. State History Day Saturday, April 26, 2003
Location: Ohio Union at the Ohio State University
National History Day: June 15-19, 2003
Location: University of Maryland, College Park Selecting and Researching Your Topic Want some topic ideas? Want to find a good place to do some advanced research? Check out the Ohio Guide for Student Researchers! This guide was put together to help History Day researchers find resources through out the state of Ohio and it is available online in Adobe Acrobat. Teachers will receive a hard copy in the mail. You can also check out the collections of historical organizations throughout the state online! Check out the

16. We Teach History-Social Science
and in society. NCHE links history in the schools with many activitiessponsored by state and local organizations. They provide a
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National Council for History Education (NCHE) : A non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting the importance of history in schools and in society. NCHE links history in the schools with many activities sponsored by state and local organizations. They provide a communications network for all advocates of history education, whether in schools, colleges, museums, historical councils, or community groups.
National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS): NCSS is the largest association in the country devoted solely to social studies education, engaging and supporting educators in strengthening and advocating social studies. Membership is open to anyone with interest in the social studies.
California Learning Resources Center
, Here you will find Electronic Learning Resources that have recently been reviewed. You can also find the most recent messages posted to the History-Social Science Discussion area.
Lesson Plan Publications
: Created by teacher-participants in the California History-Social Science Project, these classroom-tested lesson plans are offered as part of the CH-SSP's ongoing commitment to facilitate the professional development efforts of California's history and social science teachers.

17. NSU Department Of History
students to teach history in grades six through twelve in the public schools. Graduateswill have completed all courses required by the state of Oklahoma for
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The study of history is required in most secondary and college curricula not only to acquaint students with the past but also to enable them to understand the present. At Northeastern, courses ranging from the dawn of humanity through contemporary times are designed to place the past in perspective and give it meaning. In addition to supporting the university's general education program, the Department of History prepares students entering teaching and non-teaching professions and provides courses for the baccalaureate program in Native American Studies and for the graduate program in American Studies. Degrees Offered The Department of History offers four programs leading to bachelor's degrees and coordinates one program leading to a master of arts degree: Bachelor of Arts in Education (History Major)
This degree program is designed to prepare students to teach history in grades six through twelve in the public schools. Graduates will have completed all courses required by the State of Oklahoma for social studies certification in American history, world history, and Oklahoma history.

18. A General History Of Blackbeard The Pirate
Although it is thought that the teach spelling used in later years was derivedfrom Johnson’s General history, it is interesting to note that Johnson
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19. North Carolina Maritime Museum - Blackbeard The Pirate
his death virtually represented the end of an era in the history of piracy over thepast couple of centuries have identified him as Edward teach, the majority

"Such a day, rum all out: — Our company somewhat sober: — A damned confusion amongst us! — Rogues a-plotting: — Great talk of separation — so I looked sharp for a prize: — Such a day found one with a great deal of liquor on board, so kept the company hot, damned hot; then all things went well again."
—One of several memoranda, said to be in Blackbeard's own hand, found aboard the sloop Adventure , after the pirate was slain at Ocracoke Inlet in 1718.
SOURCE: Captain Charles Johnson, A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most Notorious Pirates . London, 1724.
Blackbeard the Pirate
. . . and the Presumed Wreck of Queen Anne's Revenge D uring The Golden Age of Piracy (1689-1718), numerous rogues pursued their lawless and murderous trade throughout the New World. Restrictive laws passed by the British Parliament had made smuggling acceptable and even desirable in North Carolina and the other American colonies. Preying upon lightly armed merchant ships, the pirates seized their contents and sometimes killed those who resisted. Because of its shallow sounds and inlets, North Carolina's Outer Banks became a haven for many of these outlaws in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Blackbeard was the most notorious pirate in the history of seafaring. With a beard that almost covered his face, he would strike terror into the hearts of his victims, according to some early accounts, by weaving wicks laced with gunpowder into his hair, and lighting them during battle. A big man, he added to his menacing appearance by wearing a crimson coat, two swords at his waist, and bandoleers stuffed with numerous pistols and knives across his chest.

20. History And Activity Books By State - Books To Help Students Study Their State H
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History and Activity Books by State Books to help students study their state history. Children all over America are required to study the history and geography of their state, usually in the 4th grade. Here are my top picks of state history and activity books to help homeschoolers accomplish this task. The first four or five books on each state list are from various series. Following the series books are activity books or fiction books that are unique to each state. These books would work well alone or with the free online State Unit Studies that are provided on this site. Related Resources: Subscribe to the Homeschooling Newsletter Name
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