Guide for Educators

 

In addition to increasing your students' knowledge about the period, Picturing the 1930s enhances their visual literacy skills and allows them to assimilate and present content in the documentary movie style.

 

PrimaryAccess is designed specifically for history teaching. In creating digital documentaries, students embed facts and events in a narrative context that can enhance retention and understanding.

 

Visit THE OFFICE to learn how to use this website for your lesson plans and to visit Primary Source Learning, an educational organization staffed by classroom teachers that connects schools, university programs, libraries, and museums through collaborative programs using digital historical sources. Primary Source Learning provides free online portfolios that facilitate the design and peer review of a variety of instructional materials. Check out the Web site hosted by Primary Source Learning to get lesson plan ideas.

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