The format of the lesson is designed to address the fact the original primary source document
is twenty pages -- too long for the typical middle school or even high school class to deal with productively.
Under the expert editorship of Cain Hope Felder, "The Original African Heritage Study Bible: King James Version" is enhanced with special annotations providing a unique African/Edenic perspective to the primary source document
Occasionally they will include other materials, such as discussion of a primary source document
to be found elsewhere.
In addition to displaying the Emancipation Proclamation in the National Constitution Center's main exhibition, the Center will also develop teacher materials about the period in which the document was created, using the Proclamation as a primary source document
This issue of Upfront comes with four compelling primary source documents
that will have your students exploring historic events through the eyes of the people who lived through them.
Explora supports student research and instruction libraries by delivering relevant articles, essays and primary source documents
Gammel chose three primary source documents
from three different eras, all with a central theme: Education in the United States.
Students use primary source documents
to conduct research, participate in field trips to notable historical sites, and record their experiences by creating a documentary.
This anthology contains 67 primary source documents
, some complete and some excerpted, each about 2,000 words long and accompanied by analytical essays of about 4,000 words.
Primary source documents
and images accompany profiles of inventions.
Voices of Early Modern Japan: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life During the Age of the Shoguns is a 'must' for any serious college-level collection strong in Japanese history and culture, and provides a comprehensive collection of primary source documents
spanning the Tokugawa period of early Shogun Japan.
Chapters survey the legal, economic, political and social impact of disability in American history, using primary source documents
and narrative accounts to reveal experiences ranging from indigenous peoples to early colonizers alike.