EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 6, Issue 35 for October 30, 2019
- Registration closes today for Accessing Inquiry for English Learners through Primary Sources - Nov. 6 & 13 - South Hadley!
- Mass DESE “Civics Project Guide” - Civics Guidance - Download PDF. 40-page Key document for Massachusetts civic engagement projects. (Sign up for the Emerging America course on planning civic engagement projects will. Info & Registration.)
New U.S. II History Lesson–Accessible for English Learners: Restricting Immigration to the US (see below)
The Anti-Chinese Wall : The American wall goes up as the Chinese original goes down, 1882.
Library of Congress item https://www.loc.gov/item/96500349/
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HISTORY AND CIVICS EDUCATION COURSES
PDPs / Or optional grad credit available from Westfield State University.
- Accessing Inquiry for English Learners through Primary Sources - Instructors Rich Cairn and Alison Noyes. Meets state PD requirement, with attention to teachers of History and Social Science and the Humanities. PDPs or 1 graduate credit.
- November 6 & 13 - South Hadley, Massachusetts
- February 4 to March 16 - Fully ONLINE
- Integrating Civic Engagement Projects Across the Curriculum - Instructor: Rich Cairn - Develop project plans under 2018 civic engagement legislation and History and Social Science standards. PDPs or 1 graduate credit.
- January 21 & February 25, Northampton
- Accessing Inquiry for Students with Disabilities through Primary Sources - Instructor: Rich Cairn. Meets state PD requirement, with attention to teachers of History and Social Science and the Humanities. PDPs or 1 graduate credit.
- March 3 & March 24 - CES, Northampton
NEW RESOURCES AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
- TPS Teachers Network - Teachers with experience working with primary sources are welcome to join this network.
- Featured this week - YOU MUST LOGIN FIRST FOR THESE LINKS TO WORK!
Library of Congress Teacher Blog http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/
- Teaching Civic Ideals Using Primary Sources: Cherokee Removal and Federalism
- The World Series at the Library of Congress
- November 6 - 6:30-8pm - Great Falls Discovery Center (Turner Falls, MA): An Evening of Abenaki Stories, Music, and Language with Jesse Bruchac - Information
- November 6-7 - 8:30am-3:30pm - Harkins Consulting: 2 Day Service Learning - Getting Started Implementation Workshop - Information and Registration
- January 18, 2020 - University of Central Florida: SOURCES Annual Conference (Orlando, Florida) Emerging America on workshop schedule! - Information and Registration.
- March 19-21, 2020 - National Council for History Educators Conference - Information and Registration
- July 22-24, 2020 - National Council for History Educators: ‘Technology’s Impact in American History’ (TIAH) - Information and Application
- October 14-18, 2020 - Historic Deerfield and Phil and Betsey Zea: Historic Deerfield Goes to Colonial Williamsburg and Tidewater Virginia - More Information to Come!
- Right Question Institute - Webinar: A New and Effective Strategy to Engage New Voters
- Five College for East Asian Studies - Regular, robust e-bulletin available for subscription
A new lesson for high school students uses primary sources to engage students, including those whose reading levels may not yet be at grade level, in exploring the changes in policy in who is admitted to the United States. Efforts to restrict specific groups of people from immigrating to the U.S. are important topics in U.S. History, included in standards for the U.S. History I and U.S. History II high school classes. This lesson uses the 21st century “travel ban,” ruled constitutional in 2018, as an entry point to explore previous shifts in U.S. immigration policy.
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