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Bring your students to the Library for guided, interactive programs that enrich classroom studies in American history, civics and language arts, and explore the events and issues of the early 1960s.
Access biographical resources on John F. Kennedy, including a letter from ten-year-old Jack Kennedy to his father, asking for a raise in his allowance. All lessons plans incorporate age-appropriate primary source material. Topics include: the campaign and election of 1960, the space program, civil rights, and the Kennedy White House. Check out l...
Topic: John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address, Social Studies and Language Arts
In this lesson for middle grades, students consider what “ingredients” might go into the speech that will launch a president’s term in office as they examine some of the most memorable inaugural addresses of the past.
These lesson plans and resources, designed to meet national standards in history and language arts, use engaging archival material to foster your students’ understanding of history and politics. Topics include: biographical resources, the campaign and election of 1960, JFK’s inaugural address, civil rights, the space program, the Cold War, the ...
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