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Digital History

An online textbook that uses technologies to enhance teaching and research. A comprehensive site that offers primary sources such as court cases, historic newspapers, and landmark documents. Ethnic Voices are actual voices of real people: Asian Americans, Enslaved Voices, Mexican Americans, and Native Americans. There are teacher resources with handouts, lesson plans, exhibits, e-lections, and movies. Check out the virtual History of a House Divided and America's Reconstruction. There is even a Hyperhistorian you can ask specific questions.

Published by U of Houston, Chicago Historical Sociaty, American Voices, National Park Service in 2008

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:History/Social Science
Themes/Keywords: Exhibits
Images
Lesson Plans
Primary Sources
Timelines
U.S. History


Vocabulary
Federalists, Jeffersonians, Jcksonian Democracy, Immigration, Puritan, Reconstruction, Sectional Conflict, Secession


Essential Question(s)
1. Why would an online textbook help teachers and students find information on American History that might not be available in a print text?

Discussion Question(s)
1. Is terrorism a new concern?
2. How do you find resources on American History?

Extension and Activities
1. Review the eXplorations and share one with students.
2. Have students work with one other student and choose a Resource Guide by period to study and share.


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