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This feature is part of a series we call "50 States of Preservation," in which we are touring small and mid-sized museums, libraries, historical societies,... [Read More]
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In this lesson, students explore the role of the individual in the modern world by closely reading and analyzing T.S. Eliot's "The Love Song of... [Read More]
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Much has happened in Edward Pratt's life since he graduated from Southern University, Baton Rouge's historically black institution of higher education, in 1975. ... [Read More]
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On the third Monday of January, Americans celebrate the life and achievement of one of our most respected citizens-Martin Luther King, Jr. [Read More]
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Test the arguments on both sides in the case that shook the foundations of faith and science. [Read More]
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This lesson looks at Thomas Paine and at some of the ideas presented in his pamphlet "Common Sense," such as national unity, natural rights, the... [Read More]
Early December is an exciting time—looking forward to the holiday festivities and celebrations this month brings. Introduce your students to classic literary selections and seasonal... [Read More]
This lesson plan will introduce students to the concept of allegory by using George Orwell's widely read novella, Animal Farm. [Read More]
Why do we have a Bill of Rights? What difference does it make? [Read More]
According to a 1903 article in the Saint Paul Globe [St. Paul, Minnesota], Thanksgiving is "an Inspiration Peculiar to the Nation." The florid, sometimes... [Read More]
Students develop a foundation on which to understand the basic disagreements between North and South. [Read More]
Is the United States experiencing a resurgence of addiction or has it always been a part of the nation's darker past? [Read More]
What was the Monroe Doctrine? What principles of foreign policy did this Doctrine establish? What were the significant events in U.S. diplomacy before 1823? What... [Read More]
The NEH 2018 Summer Teacher Institute, The Civil Rights Movement: Grassroots Perspectives, will provide a chance for teachers to learn a more accurate narrative from... [Read More]
This feature is part of a series we call "50 States of Preservation," in which we are touring small and mid-sized museums, libraries, historical societies,... [Read More]
Posted November 17, 2017 Truman Capote's literary fame rests on In Cold Blood, his 1966 account of the brutal murders of a Kansas... [Read More]
This lesson will focus on the arguments either for or against the addition of a Bill of Rights between 1787 and 1789. Students will also... [Read More]
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