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Teaching with Primary Resources from the Library of Congress
2/9/2015 to 3/22/2015

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Online Teaching Methodology
2/2/2015 to 3/22/2015

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Featured Content

  • Virginia Liberty Bell

    Explore the first of many new learning objects produced in partnership with Bruton Parish Church. In this program, students will tour the Virginia Liberty Bell and learn about its construction, history and its importance in the daily lives of people in Colonial Williamsburg.

  • Thanksgiving

    This set of primary resources from the Library of Congress provides a window into American Thanksgiving holiday traditions. Study photographs, paintings, letters and official proclamations beginning with the pilgrims who came to North America on the Mayflower.

  • Exploring Bradford's "Of Plimoth Plantation"

    In this interactive lesson created by SAS Curriculum Pathways, students will recognize the differences in historical documents, personal narratives and legends. They will analyze and interpret facts, distinguish characteristics of literary genres, assemble evidence and draw conclusions.

  • Discovering Jamestown

    This program from WHRO Public Media traces the English voyage to Virginia and the establishment of the Jamestown settlement. Discover Jamestown's legacies including free enterprise, private land ownership, representative government and cultural diversity.

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