Workshop Information & Resources
Primarily Teaching Overview & Next Steps
- Check out an overview document of the Primarily Teaching Grant and next steps here.
- Find out how to sign up for license renewal credit here.
- You can access guidance about completing your Library of Congress lesson plan here.
- The lesson plan template is below. Open the file and save it in the following format: Lesson Title (Name). Example: The Lives of Children During the Industrial Revolution (Joe Smith)
- Access information about the reflection paper here.
- The reflection paper template is below.
- Iowa Core ELA Standards for History/Social Studies (pg. 75-84)
- Iowa Core in Social Studies
- World War I Posters
- Library of Congress Teacher's Guides
- National Archives Analysis Worksheets
- Reading Like a Historian Historical Thinking Materials
- SOAPS Primary Source Think Sheet
- How Do I Annotate Primary Sources?
- Teaching Historical Thinking (Chad Timm)
- WWI Gendered Propaganda (Karen Leroux)
- Documents on Women's War Work (Karen Leroux)
- Documents on Women's WWI Experiences (Karen Leroux)
- Recipes Without Wheat (Karen Leroux)
- WWI Connections to National History Day
|Things to Consider When Using Primary Sources in Your Classroom|
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|Political Cartoon Analysis Form|
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