Tag: Primary Source

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Wonders of the Natural World

Great writing invites us to a sensory experience—to see, hear, feel, smell, and taste—and such writing has the power to capture our students’ interest, ignite

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Fake News and Newspaper Wars

To help your students understand the nature of fake news (and spot misinformation themselves), give them historical context with this editorial cartoon from 1898 about

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Illustrating Inequality

As the world becomes more complex, so do the tools we use to understand it. Students likely know that the ability to read and interpret

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