Sources: Interacting with History: Teaching with Primary Sources

Jacquelyn Slater Reese

Abstract


As the use of primary sources becomes more prevalent in educational standards at the state and national levels, teachers and librarians need resources to help them prepare lesson plans and create projects and assignments. Interacting with History, inspired by the 2011 Library of Congress Summer Institute, provides professional development tools, sample lesson plans, and steps for using a variety of online and physical primary sources for many age groups.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/rusq.54n3.53b

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