Introduce students to the idea that history shows interpretation, perspective, and bias. [...] »
Lessons in which students compare secondary sources are a challenge for me to set up. This entry about comparing textbook accounts helped a lot!
Constitutional or not? Read about this 1803 landmark court case deciding issues [...] »
Whitman Ridgway outlines some of the context in which the Bill of Rights was [...] »
Slavery, Reconstruction, the Civil Rights Movement—you have to teach [...] »
Wandering through time into our ancestors' attic. [...] »
See sourcing in action, as a historian reads a document about the Scopes Trial. [...] »
Keep track of and share notes with this tool for teachers or students. [...] »
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