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 Learning Our Community's American Lore

Case Library: by Grade Level (2004-2005)

(Note: The following links to videos require Quicktime 7 )


Grade: 3    
Examining Medford Seals Medford Teacher(s): Joanne McKay
How Has Our City Changed? Medford Teacher(s): Peg Gilleo
Building a Walking Tour of Somerville Somerville Teacher(s): Jennifer Ranta and Linda Cignetti
Part 1: Preparation for Fieldwork Winthrop Teacher(s): Kristen Reynolds
Part 2: Fieldwork with Grade 5 Winthrop Teacher(s): Kristen Reynolds and Trish Harrison
Grade: 5    
Examining and Interpreting History Through State and City Seals Everett Teacher(s): Patricia Crowley and Joanne Chartier
Making Connections Between Local and National History Medford Teacher(s): Elly O'Leary
Examining a Map of 17th Century Winthrop Winthrop Teacher(s): Trish Harrison
Part 2: Fieldwork with Grade 5 Winthrop Teacher(s): Kristen Reynolds and Trish Harrison
Grade: 8    
Fieldwork at Slade's Mill Revere Teacher(s): Jeff Pearlman and Tom Connolly
Using Fieldwork to Generate Research Questions Somerville Teacher(s): David Aronofsky
Grade: 10    
Building a Walking Tour of Somerville Somerville Teacher(s): Jennifer Ranta and Linda Cignetti
Uncovering Bias in Primary Sources: Oral Histories of Winthrop Winthrop Teacher(s): Mark Dixon
Grade: 11-12    
Learning the History of West Medford Medford Teacher(s): Jay Griffin
Revere Proms of the 1960s and 1980s Revere Teacher(s): Michael Bonanno, Lisa Hart, Cindy Tranfaglia
Somerville at War Somerville Teacher(s): Alicia Kersten
Somerville at War, Part II Somerville Teacher(s): Alicia Kersten
Text and Context: The Crucible Winthrop Teacher(s): Barbara Hoffman
Communication in History Winthrop Teacher(s): Maria Flanagan

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