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History Subject Center 5

El Juego que Aprende: The Learning Game
When LaToya Maker, president of Teach Me, learned that Hispanics make up 12.5 percent of the U.S. population and 17 percent of the public school enrollment, she asked designers to create a game to teach kids about Hispanic heritage.

Save Our Schoolhouse!
An abandoned one-room schoolhouse in your community is scheduled to be torn down. In this WebQuest, students work in teams to create a presentation demonstrating how the schoolhouse can be restored and used as a "living museum" for the benefit of the community.

Remembering Those Who Gave Their Lives: Lessons for Memorial Day
What does Memorial Day mean to your students? Do they grasp the significance of the sacrifice that American men and women have made to preserve our freedom? Included: Five lessons help students understand the meaning of Memorial Day.

Lessons for War
Teachers at every grade level are struggling for ways to help students deal with the war in Iraq and with issues related to the war. To aid you in that effort, Education World has collected some age-appropriate online lesson plans.

Lessons in Life: Connecting Kids and Soldiers
Many teachers are finding that both they and their students want to do something to help U.S. troops abroad. Education World has compiled a list of organizations that link classes with deployed servicemen and women

Put the "Memory" Back in Memorial Day
Some teachers, concerned about students' ignorance of the origin and meaning of Memorial Day, have created programs that stress the importance of remembering and honoring U.S. war veterans on that day.

Wire Side Chat: Lessons of the Holocaust
To help you provide your students with the information and insights they need to understand the events and implications of the Holocaust, Education World interviews Warren Marcus, a teacher educator for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Reviving Reviews: Refreshing Ideas Students Can't Resist
Is review time a deadly bore for you and your students? Add a little fun to review time and you might be surprised. Games will spice up reviews, revive interest, and ensure retention! Included: Five activities for use in all subjects, all grades!

It's Up for Debate!
Debates are a staple of middle and high school social studies classes. But have you ever thought about using debates at the lower grades -- or in math class? Education World offers five debate strategies and extra lessons for students of all ages.

Five Lessons in Black History
Primary source materials teach about Rosa Parks, school integration, and the growth of the African-American population throughout history. Plus: Students create a database/timeline and write a rap about a famous figure in Black History. More!


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