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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Primary Sources and SMORE: Engaging Kids from the Start Have students contact local historic sites to ask about resourceson a particular subject and create a newsletter highlighting the buildings and resources in a collaborative nature. Then, each of these sites can share the newsletter and build capacity using authentic work from students. ( IE: Students can use photos from the site on Japanese internment,then collect resources from Heart Mountain, Manzanar, and Amache to showcase thehistoric sites now being preserved ) Students can createa primary source newsletter and list for a local museum, park or community group and show the history timeline of those groups. Have students create anewsletter with acollection of primarysources and related links and then share it with peers. Students can collaborate with a local historic site to create a series of newsletters highlighting the primary sources in the collection so that the historic resources can be viewed by the community. Students can share a newsletter with parents and the community showcasing their annotated resources sets of primary sources to an authentic audience Create a Primary Source ofthe week Newsletter and sendit out to history classes with tips on how to analyze that source. Using the snip-it or (on a mac command shift 4), digitally cut apart a primary source and load a sequence of smaller pieces of one picture in order to focus on one part of a picture or source. Have students use SMOREto collect a variety of primary sources resources available on a topic for a commonmonth of study like womens history and include links from the website that encourage further investigation or study. Have students collect an annotated resources list of primary sources tied totheir favorite book and share with colleagues in the classroom to illuminate places that area and in the text they are reading.
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