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Exploring Historical Fiction

May 5 2012
Make the Lewis and Clark expedition and life on the Oregon Trail come alive with these suggestions! [...] »

Building Background Knowledge for English Language Learners

Mar 3 2012
How can we help our 5th-grade ELL students build background and make connections with our social studies curriculum? [...] »

World War and Literature

Mar 3 2012
Can you suggest any literature covering World War I to World War II that my 10th-grade world history class can read? [...] »

Historic Stories, Fictional Accounts: Achieving Multiperspectivity

Dec 12 2011
Nonfiction texts are great sources for learning about historical events and figures. However, do fictional accounts also have a place in the history classroom? [...] »

Sifting for Sources

Nov 11 2011
Curious to discover how to introduce young learners to primary and secondary sources? Click here now! [...] »

Picturing the American Revolution

Nov 11 2010
Looking for a creative way to teach the American Revolution to struggling readers? Check this out! [...] »

Interactive World History

Nov 11 2010
Do you want to introduce a child to the wonders of world history? Find out how! [...] »

Elementary Military History Resources

Nov 11 2009
You don't have to wait until middle school to teach military history. [...] »

Seeking U.S. History Books for 9th and 11th Graders

Jan 1 2009
Look for school districts and teachers' shared lists. [...] »