USING PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIALS IN THE CLASSROOM
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PORTS TO VISIT
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES IN THE CLASSROOM
- University of Maryland definition
- Why use primary resources in the classroom?
- Finding Primary Resources
- Phyllis DiBianco. "Primary sources: clues to the past." Information Searcher. 13:3.
- Primary Source Learning
- Historical Records and Teaching
- Using Primary Sources on the Web (ALA)
- Teaching Primary Students with Primary Sources
- Teaching with Primary Sources
SUBJECT SPECIFIC SITES
- Martha B. Sharma, et.al. (2000) Greenwood Press.
Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in Geography.
- Lewis and Clark Archives: The Journals
- Lewis and Clark Expedition: Voyage of Redisovery
- Rocky Mountain Life
- America's Historical Maps
- Topographic Map Symbols
- Google Earth
- Aerials Only Gallery
Government, Economics, and World Issues
- James M. Shiveley, et.al. (2001) Greenwood Press.
Economics, and Contemporary World Issues.
- Kathleen W. Craver. (1999) Greenwood Press.
Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in History.
- Photojournalism: A Record of War
- Weather on Your Birthday
- EdSitement (National Endowment for the Humanities)
- What are we fighting for over there?
- Letters Written by the Pilgrims
- Evan Glazer. (2001) Greenwood Press.
Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in Mathematics.
- Bath Time with Archimedes
- Hobbes' Internet Timeline
- Project Interactivate Image Tool
- Carolyn Johnson. (2003) Greenwood Press.
Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in the Sciences.
- Hippocratic Oath
- Virginia Apgar's paper outlining the Apgar Score
- Scientific Anomalies
- Watson and Crick's DNA Paper
- Alexander Graham Bell's Notebooks Project
- Pamela J. Eyerdam. (2003) Greenwood Press.
- Grete Pasch, et.al. (2000) Greenwood Press.
Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in World Languages.
- The State Hermitage Museum
- The Official Berlin Site
- The Berlin Wall
- Roxanne M. Kent-Drury. (2005) Greenwood Press.
PRIMARY SOURCE SUPER SITES
- American Memory Collection
- America's Story
- National Archives Digital Classroom
- Famous Speeches in History
- Repositories of Primary Sources
- Avalon Project
- Historical Census Browser
- USPTO Patent Applications
- BBC Legendary Interviews: Modern Writers
- Feeding America
- NYPL Digital
- Discovery Education Streaming
- Blog Search Engine
- Google Blog Search
- Archive.org and The Wayback Machine
- Commons Project: Public Photography Collections
PRESENTATION SUPPORT MATERIALS
- Classroom Connect article (10/05): "Navigating Primary Source Materials on the Internet" (see below)
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Created: 04/24/05. Last updated: 04/29/13