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10 Intriguing Photographs To Teach Close Reading And

1. Be Detectives: Looking closely can almost be like a game, Shirley Jackson, a teacher in Sydney, Australia, said: I stumbled across your site while looking for alternate ideas. My class of 10-12-year-olds absolutely love the photos and the back story became a competition as to who could “see” the most, justify it and how close they were to the truth.

Actived: Thursday Mar 4, 2021

Detail: https://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/02/27/10-intriguing-photographs-to-teach-close-reading-and-visual-thinking-skills/

What Are the Best Ways to Learn About History? - The New ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) History is being made day after day. History is what has made the world and we honor those who have made it possible for us to reflect and learn about the past. Adriana 2B November 11, 2013 · 2:06 pm. Today is an important day to remember and celebrate all people who have served in armed service and the best way to celebrate them is to know ...

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A Walk Through History - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) In this lesson, students examine the relationship between the relics found in history museum exhibits and the meaningful ways in which those relics are presented. Students work in groups to select objects for a history exhibit about the event or time period of their choice, and then create a ‘blueprint’ for the use of the exhibit space and sketches of how some of the items on exhibit will ...

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Revolt! Comparing Historical Revolutions - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) World History 44. Understands the search for community, stability and peace in an interdependent world. 46. Understands long-term changes and recurring patterns in world history. Geography 13. Understands the forces of cooperation and conflict that shape the divisions of Earth’s surface. Language Arts 1.

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On This Day - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Browse important events in history by clicking on each date to see a featured archival New York Times front page and article, as well as a list of other notable events that occurred on that day. Update: Oct., 2016: On This Day is no longer being updated on this blog. We hope to be able to publish a revamped version on our new site soon.

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History of Change - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) In this lesson, students consider the role of peacekeeping forces in a foreign nation and examine how the violence of Liberia’s civil war is affecting United States peacekeeping troops. They then research the history of Liberia to foster a better understanding of the current situation and reflect on the role of the United States as peacekeeper there.

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'I' Witness to History - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) -history resources (textbooks, encyclopedias, reference books, Internet, etc.) -thesauri (as many as available) Activities / Procedures: 1. WARM-UP/ DO-NOW: On a piece of paper, each student creates a list of historical events, either from United States or global history.

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Text to Text | 'Twelve Years a Slave,' and 'An Escape That ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Background: Solomon Northup was a free black man living in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. in 1841, when he was coaxed by “two gentlemen of respectable appearance” to travel to Washington, D.C. for employment. While there, he was beaten and sold into slavery, with his captors claiming he was a fugitive slave. He spent twelve years in bondage with three different masters in Louisiana before he was ...

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What Event in the Past Do You Wish You Could Have ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) History in the making–that’s what we call rare events like the fall of the Berlin Wall, the end of World War II or Neil Armstrong walking on the moon.. What event or events do you wish you could have been eyewitness to? Why? In “Historic Hysterics: Witnesses to a Really Big Show,” James Barron writes about an event from the world of pop culture that many music fans hold in a similar ...

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How 'Few' Were in the 'Band of Brothers'? How History Is ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) History: Historical Understanding 2 – Understands the historical perspective. Life Skills: Thinking and Reasoning 5 – Applies basic trouble-shooting and problem-solving techniques. Life Skills: Working With Others 1 – Contributes to the overall effort of a group.

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Teaching and Learning About Gay History and Issues - The ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) These include my book, Making Gay History: The Half-Century Fight for Lesbian & Gay Equal Rights, John D’Emilio’s Sexual Politics, Sexual Communities: The Making of A Homosexual Minority in the United States, 1940-1970, and Gay American History by Jonathan Ned Katz, among others.

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Consuming History - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Research the history of this place, from its early history, to its invasion and annexation by the Chinese government between 1949 and 1959, to its current government-in-exile. Report your findings in class. 4. Choose a continent, research its current endangered species, and chart their population on a map.

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A History of Conflict - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) World History Standard 44- Understands the search for community, stability, and peace in an interdependent world. Benchmarks: Understands instances of political conflict and terrorism in modern society; Understands the definition of “fundamentalism,” and the political objectives of militant religious movements in various countries of the ...

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Teaching With Infographics | Social Studies, History ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Geography and History – “Minorities in China” shows where China’s ethnic minority groups are concentrated. “Israel, the Gaza Strip and Hamas” is a timeline showing major developments in the struggle over control of the Gaza Strip.

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March 1, 1954 | Puerto Rican Nationalists Open Fire on ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) So, is revisionist of history you position Mr.. Cox. The fight for independence is an inalienable right of a nation that was obtained by USA by an illegal act of war violating legal establish political arrangements between Spain and Puerto Rico.

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The Second Draft of History - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) –Why might history texts present information about the same person or event differently? How does one know what source is the most accurate? Evaluation / Assessment: Students will be evaluated based on initial journal writing, thoughtful participation in class discussions, careful preparation and presentation of short textbook entries, and ...

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Black and White in United States History: A Gray Area ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) In this lesson, students evaluate the responsibilities of history textbooks in reporting on historical events, people, and eras and investigate how new information can and should be added to these texts. Students compare and contrast various textbook articles about Thomas Jefferson, discuss the new-found DNA evidence that Jefferson fathered children with one of his slaves, and write additions ...

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Student Crossword | Black History Month - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Test your knowledge of Black History Month by playing our crossword (PDF). You can find the answers here.. When you’re done, you might explore these related Times and Learning Network resources:

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The Torture Question - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) World History Standard 44- Understands the search for community, stability, and peace in an interdependent world Behavioral Studies Standard 4- Understands conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among individuals, groups, and institutions Language Arts Standard 1- Demonstrates competence in the general skills and strategies of the writing ...

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The Jury's Still Out - The New York Times

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Global History- Andrea Camilleri, the author of “Italy’s American Baggage,” describes the twentieth century as “the compressed century.” On a timeline, illustrate why this statement is true. Teaching with The Times – Read The Arts sections of The Times to find an article or review about a performance, movie, or television show based ...

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