Let Your Students Make Meaning For Themselves Through Listening to:
Lead them in exploring U.S. History through the writings, images, sounds, and videos of the past. They will find sources ranging from around the 1600’s, up to and including the 9-11 attacks.
Source types include: Posters, Campaign buttons, music recordings and scores, radio audio clips, text and audio/visual speeches, various types of photographs, stamps, maps, artifacts, video cartoons, and political cartoons. All of these sources are wrapped by explanatory text that assists the viewers in gaining understanding.
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You can also see below a fully functional example from the web site. This page tells the story of December 7th, 1941. The page is actually embedded in this post, so you can operate it right from here, or click this HERE to go to this page in another tab of your browser.