Historic Places of our Republic: A Guide to Teaching United States History for K-5 Elementary School Teachers and Parents
Teacher and historian Ken Scoville introduces a unique, new approach to teaching history for elementary school teachers and parents. Through the use of interactive technologies such as Google Earth and YouTube, students can travel to historic places in our nation today to discover the past and learn about our representative democracy, our Republic. Included is a guiding framework, links to key historic places, starting with the National Mall, online resources, and supplemental reading suggestions. This is a complete guide for K-5 elementary school teachers and parents that balances the use of traditional print resources with 21st century technology. This book explains how to become a guide for your students in the classroom or your children at home. Your students and children will understand why the United States is the nation it is today and the responsibilities of citizenship.
- Discover “Why the United States is the Nation it is Today” by visiting the National Mall via the Internet or in person.
- Use 21st century technology such as Google Earth and YouTube to travel to historic places with your students and children.
- Included is a guiding framework, links to key historic places (starting with the National Mall), online resources, and supplemental reading suggestions.
Historic Places of the Republic, is available through Amazon.com and also allows a "look inside" preview.
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