Rather than taking the usual approach of learning history from only the perspective of the elite political leaders, students consider the opportunities, hardships, aspirations, and questions facing people across society in the United States in its earliest years—from 1783 to 1830.
A New Nation and Civil War: Exploring All Voices in U.S. History
San Jose, CA
The session provides a short introduction to the Choices units, A New Nation and Civil War. Participants will conduct activities from the units and will discuss ways to implement them and their accompanying videos into their classroom.
All participants receive either a pdf copy or a one-year subscription to the digital edition of the units.
The session is open to all middle and high school teachers, but is especially appropriate for those new to the Choices Program.