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Updated Sharing Resources found by Learners in PBS TeacherLine’s Library of Congress course

PBS Teacherline’s course, Teaching with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress begins today (April 18), and I am grateful to facilitate this course!

This is a resource-rich course for educators, administrators, parents…anyone who wants to learn more about the Library of Congress and their resources. We also delve a bit into the topic of copyright, a timely topic at any time.

This post will be updated frequently as an archival record of the resources that we, as a class collective, discover as we explore the resources at the Library of Congresshttps://www.loc.gov/. Please feel free to join our participatory partnership- leave a comment, share a resource you find, and/or the way(s) you will include Library of Congress resources in your instructional practice.


LOC portico

Library of Congress Blog: Selecting primary source documents for your classroom:
Part I
http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2011/07/selecting-primary-sources-part-i-knowing-your-students/
Part II
http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2011/07/selecting-primary-sources-part-ii-considering-historical-context/

Library of Congress Blog: Finding and use primary sources:
http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2012/05/library-of-congress-search-making-it-easier-to-find-and-use-primary-sources/

April 26 Update:
Jackdaws resource (David): https://www.jackdaw.com/p-292-japanese-american-internment-camps.aspx
BreakoutEDU:  https://www.breakoutedu.com/gamesold1/  (David)

April 27 Update: (Teague)
Interactive Primary Source Analysis Tool: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/primary-source-analysis-tool/  
May 5 Update: 
Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education: (Maureen)  http://cmsimpact.org/code/code-best-practices-fair-use-media-literacy-education/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.Copyright and Primary Sources: (Maureen) http://www.loc.gov/teachers/usingprimarysources/copyright.html (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

“Fair Use Is a Right” featuring the Dramatic Chipmunk: (Brent)
http://archive.cmsimpact.org/fair-use/video/fair-use-right-featuring-dramatic-chipmunk 
The Constitution of the United States: The Teacher’s Guide: (Brent)
http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/primarysourcesets/constitution/

The Bill of Rights, ca. 1920. [Between and Ca. 1930] [Photograph] (Brent) Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012645734/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..

“Miranda v. Arizona” (Brent) http://www.loc.gov/law/help/digitized-books/miranda-v-arizona/miranda-learn-more.php (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Block, H. (1987) “Let me jog your memory”. , 1987. 2/20. [Photograph] (Brent) Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012641944/  

CMSI: http://cmsimpact.org/code/code-best-practices-fair-use-media-literacy-education/ 

ACLU: https://www.aclu.org/issues/free-speech/intellectual-property (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

DMCA: Retrieved from: https://www.congress.gov/bill/105th-congress/house-bill/2281 (Links to an external site.)

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ May 4

“With all of technology and software programs available, as an educator, it is important to emphasize the importance of proper ways to cite resources.” ~Maureen, teacher enrolled in PBS TeacherLine’s course, Connecting with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress

 

 

 

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ April 26

 “I think that when we choose our sources, and formulate our questions, we need to pay real attention. For we are beginning the process of making our history.” ~Brent, teacher enrolled in PBS TeacherLine’s course, Connecting with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress

 

 

 

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Sharing Resources from the Library of Congress

PBS Teacherline’s course, Teaching with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress begins today (April 18), and I am grateful to facilitate this course!

This is a resource-rich course for educators, administrators, parents…anyone who wants to learn more about the Library of Congress and their resources. We also delve a bit into the topic of copyright, a timely topic at any time.

This post will be updated frequently as an archival record of the resources that we, as a class collective, discover as we explore the resources at the Library of Congresshttps://www.loc.gov/. Please feel free to join our participatory partnership- leave a comment, share a resource you find, and/or the way(s) you will include Library of Congress resources in your instructional practice. 


LOC portico

Library of Congress Blog: Selecting primary source documents for your classroom:
Part I
http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2011/07/selecting-primary-sources-part-i-knowing-your-students/
Part II
http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2011/07/selecting-primary-sources-part-ii-considering-historical-context/

Library of Congress Blog: Finding and use primary sources:
http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/2012/05/library-of-congress-search-making-it-easier-to-find-and-use-primary-sources/

April 26 Update:
Jackdaws resource (David): https://www.jackdaw.com/p-292-japanese-american-internment-camps.aspx
BreakoutEDU:  https://www.breakoutedu.com/gamesold1/  (David)

April 27 Update: (Teague)
Interactive Primary Source Analysis Tool: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/primary-source-analysis-tool/  
May 5 Update: 

“Fair Use Is A Right” featuring the Dramatic Chipmunk

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ April 6

“We also know that increasing vocabulary knowledge has a direct impact on comprehension and plays a role in overall school success.” ~Robert Marzano, Marzano’s  Six-Step Vocabulary Process, Marzano’s Top 10 Characteristics of Effective Vocabulary Instruction  

This week’s quote is courtesy of Paula, in PBS TeacherLine’s course, An Introduction to Underlying Principles and Research for Effective Literacy Instruction

Vocabulary Word cloud

 

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 31

 “Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.”       ~John Locke

bookAndMug

#NationalReadingMonth

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 23

“Children may remain confused about learning to read unless they develop fundamental concepts of print.”
~Concepts of Print, Letter Naming, and Phonemic Awareness 

 

National Book Festival Teague

 

#NationalReadingMonth

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote March 16 2018

Looking back to a quote from awhile ago…50 years! It is called “Make Them Read

MakeThemRead

 

 

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Facilitating the PBS TeacherLine course: Developing Passionate Readers in a Digital World

I am excited to have the opportunity to facilitate Developing Passionate Readers in a Digital World an undergraduate and graduate course from PBS TeacherLine. This is the 7th time to facilitate this course and every time, I learn something new from the dedicated educators who take the course. Click here to learn more about the course and see the other course offerings from PBS TeacherLine.

PBS Digital Reading course

 

Hope to virtually “see” you in class!

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Thanksgiving Resources from PBS

From PBSTeacherLine: Understanding colonial society in the early 17th century, just in time for Thanksgiving!

This US history video from Crash Course describes the diverse patterns of colonization of Europeans in North America. The outcome of this colonization resulted in conflicts between colonizers and native people. Learn more about different factors that played into the development of two colliding cultures using this video, designed for students grades 9-12.

Explore the Collection from PBS TeacherLine at this link

https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/colliding-cultures-crash-course-us-history/colliding-cultures-crash-course-us-history/

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