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NCSS 2014 Poster Presentation

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Sample Lesson Resources

Opening Up the Textbook - Chicano Youth & the Politics of Protest

Resources for an Inquiry-based Classroom

Stanford Education History Group's Reading Like a Historian website

Teaching Channel Video Reading Like a Historian: Overview

Reading Like a Historian Historical Thinking Skills Chart

History Labs - Guided Approach to Historical Inquiry

What is an "Inquiry Lesson" - TeachingHistory.org

Beyond the Textbook - compares textbook sources to historians and primary sources

Historical Inquiry Project

Teaching Inquiry with Primary Sources - LOC: Teaching with Primary Sources

Inquiry Charts - ReadWriteThink

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Resources for Marginalized Voices

Gilded Age

Assimilation through Education Primary Source Set

Chinese Americans and Exclusion Primary Sources

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Rights Primary Sources

Lucy Gonzales Parsons

Lewis Hine’s Photographs

Ballots for Belva: The True Story of a Woman’s Race for the Presidency

Escape to Gold Mountain: A Graphic History of the Chinese in North America

Remembering 1882: Fighting for Civil Rights in the Shadow of the Chinese Exclusion Act

Kid Blink Beats the World – The story of the 1899 strike by the children who sold newspapers on the streets (K-4)

House of Purple Cedar - A young girl’s story of growing up in Indian Territory in pre-statehood Oklahoma.

Children and Youth During the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Work of Jacob Riis, juveniles and gangs: How the Other Half Lives, XIX. The Harvest of the Tares (1890) and The Battle with the Slum, IX. The Genesis of the Gang (1902)

Roaring Twenties

Immigration Restriction - Digital History Call for Restrictions on Mexican immigration during 1920s

Modern Youth in the 1920s – a collection of sources from the 1920s

The Invention of the Teenager

A Flapper’s Appeal to Parents by Ellen Welles Page

Silent Images of Latinos in Early Hollywood

1950s / Cold War

Chavez Ravine: A Los Angeles Story - A documentary about the politics and economics of land in the U.S., based on the story of a Mexican American village razed in the 1950s to build Dodger Stadium

Chavez Ravine: A Record by Ry Cooder – collection of bilingual songs

Scandalize My Name - Documentary about the impact of the McCarthy era on African Americans in the film industry

Rethinking the Teaching of the Vietnam War – what is traditionally left out of textbooks

The Green Feather Movement – History of a little-known student resistance movement against McCarthyism and censorship

Vietnam: An Antiwar Comic Book

Modern America

Graffiti, Gender, and Youth (20th Century)

Material Culture and Childhood (20th Century)

Out of the Past: The Struggle for Gay and Lesbian Rights in America – Documentary uses the story of high school student Kelli Peterson’s history-making experience of forming a Gay Straight Alliance to illuminate the history of gays and lesbians in America.

Precious Knowledge – Film highlighting high school seniors as community leaders in Tucson’s embattled Ethnic Studies classes while state lawmakers attempt to eliminate the program.

Whitewashing Our Past: A Proposal for a National Campaign to Rethink Textbooks

What Kids Can Do – WKCD.org voices from the next generation

Melanie Kirchhof

Austin ISD High School Social Studies Specialist

Amber Rinehart

Austin ISD Technology Integration Specialist