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Gale In Context Primary Source Lesson Plans

Teach historical contextualization and author's point of view while harnessing the skill of analyzing Primary Sources using Gale In Context. These lesson plans provide examples of skill building activities while learning about key historical figures and events.

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Lesson Plans Primary Source Lesson: 'How the Other Half Lives' by Jacob Riis- Gale In Context Updated
Lesson Plans Primary Source Lesson: 'Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God' by Jonathan Edwards- Gale In Context Updated
Lesson Plans Primary Source Lesson: 'Tulsa: A Warning' from The Monitor- Gale In Context Updated
Lesson Plans Primary Source Lesson: 'What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?' by Frederick Douglass- Gale In Context Updated
Lesson Plans Primary Source Lesson: A Letter From Benjamin Banneker to Thomas Jefferson- Gale In Context Updated
Lesson Plans Primary Source Lesson: Booker T. Washington and W.E.B Du Bois New
Lesson Plans Secret Treaties Prior to WW1 Lesson Plan- Gale In Context Updated
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