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PRIMARY SOURCES IN U.S. HISTORYThematic lessons on primary source analysis

PRIMARY SOURCES IN U.S. HISTORY

Encouraging students to synthesize ideas about life in the past by reading letters, examining cartoons, and reviewing numerous other primary source documents, these reproducible curriculum units investigate key periods in American history. There are ten lessons in each book: "Business and Labor," "Culture," "Everyday Life," "Immigration," "Larger World/Diplomacy," "Law and Society," "Minority Experience," "Politics," "Religion," and "Women." The lessons include teaching notes, the documents themselves, and student handouts. Each unit also has a sample lesson introducing students to working with primary source documents, and a complete set of analysis worksheets which can be used with any primary source. Note: A few documents contain language and images which reflect racial prejudices of the time. Grades 9–12. Bibliographies (including online sources). Spiralbound. 8" x 11". Center for Learning. Approximately 100 pages each. ©2000–2014.
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CFL750-WBSSS COMPLETE SET: 16 reproducible curriculum units $455.20

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