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After investigating primary source material on the March on Washington, students put themselves in the role of a civil rights leader and write a letter to President Kennedy.
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...
Using primary source materials, middle school students investigate the motivation for President Kennedy's ambitious space program.
This lesson brings the energy and excitement of the 1960 campaign and election into your classroom. Students explore primary sources located in the interactive exhibit The President's Desk to gather information about the key people in the 1960 election and identify the steps one takes in running for presidential office.
How can we use stories about artists to enhance the teaching of history and other subjects? How can a photograph, painting, play or other work of art open doors to the past? Spend a day with award-winning creators of children's nonfiction and outstanding educators to explore ways of integrating the arts in the the curriculum and inspiring students'...
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