15 Primary Source Activities: American History
15 ready-to-go lessons teach students to use and evaluate primary sources as they actively participate in simulations, news interviews, map making, and 15 other engaging activities. Each lesson features primary source materials, a lesson plan, extension activities, and additional resources. American history topics include Revolutionary War, Slavery, Immigration, the Industrial Revolution, and the Westward Movement. For use with Grades 4-8.
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