FAIR Act: Charley Parkhurst

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This lesson was created for the 2016 UC Berkeley Library of Congress: Teaching with Primary Sources Level II Institute and presented at the 2017 CCSS Conference. 


Why Study History?

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Historical Thinking: Historical Significance

·         Narratives are constructed

·         Interpretations vary, according to time and place

Lesson Focus Question: Why should we study history?

Public Policies in Housing Segregation

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Struggles for Justice: Segregation and Housing in the United States  -- Download Lesson

An Un-Conference - Teaching Contemporary Issues in K-12 Classrooms

UCBHSSP invites Bay Area educators to participate in an "un-conference." This participate-driven event will allow teachers to share and learn from one another with regard to how to approach contemporary issues in the K12 classroom.

Historical Perspectives

This session will focus on how to build  context and schema so that students can better understand the people of the past.

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Rome and Han: Using Primary Sources to Compare Governance in Ancient Empires

This session will provide classroom teachers with background knowledge to contextualize historical content, along with learning strategies to help students access and analyze primary and secondary sources as they studythe past.


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