10 Resources for Teaching with Primary Sources

Those of you teaching history, social sciences, or other subjects using primary sources might benefit from this post at the recent Ft4T:

Zoom In provides units of lesson plans built around primary source documents.
Historical Scene Investigation offers a fun way for students to investigate history through primary documents and images.
The World Digital Library hosts more than 10,000 primary documents and images from collections around the world.
Who Am I? A History Mystery is a fun and challenging activity from the Smithsonian’s The Price of Freedom online exhibit.
Student Discovery Sets from the Library of Congress offer primary collections of primary sources in free iBooks.The National Archives Experience Digital Vaults  offers good tools that students and teachers can use to create content using images and documents from the National Archives.

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