November 16, 2020

Citizen U Bulletin: Volume 1, Issue 17

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Volume 1, Issue 17

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CIVICS IN ACTION

Citizen U

Weaving civics across grades and disciplines
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Most Recent Additions to the Lesson Library

Absentee Voting & Voting by Mail

Electoral College: Does Your Vote for President Count?

I Am an American Day

Identifying Bias in Presidential Election Newspaper Coverage

Teamwork, Community, Culture

United States: Biggest Business in the World

Our American Voice

Action-based civics education program
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TEACHING WITH
PRIMARY SOURCES

TPS Civics

Teaching with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress
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Enabling Student Wonder to Drive
Exploration of Presidential Papers



The Electoral College: What Are Its Origins
and How Does it Work?



A Look at the Electoral College
through Math and U.S. History Lenses



Photography as a Window into Historic Protests



I Dissent: A Conversation for Kids
with Ruth Bader Ginsburg



A Soundtrack of World War II



From the TPS Teachers Network
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Primary Source Nexus

Teaching resource blog
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TPS Program

News, Opportunities, Resources

2020 Constitution and Citizenship Day Lecture
Library event video recording
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Beyond the Presidential Election: The Battle for the House and Senate
Library event video recording
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Congress.gov: New, Tip, and Top for October 2020
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Emmy Lou and the Doughboys: Gender and Wholesome Fun in the Great War
NCTE webinar recording
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Influences: New Guided Tour on the Voices for Suffrage App
Navigate to Guided Tours under the Explore the Movement section, then select the Influences tour in the left-hand column>
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Primary Source Podcast: Underutilized Features in Chronicling America
By Tom Bober, Teacher Librarian and Former Library of Congress Teacher in Residence
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Read.Inquire.Write Materials for Low English Proficiency Students
Materials currently available in English and Arabic
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TPS Teachers Network Album Tutorial
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Teaching The New Deal in Missouri with FSA Images
A unique platform for accessing the Library of Congress’ (LOC) Farm Security Administration (FSA) images of Missouri through a map and database
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Virtual ‘Concerts from the Library of Congress’ Season
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“Why Vote?” voter engagement strategy
Right Question Institute
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Online Professional Development

COURSES

Using Library of Congress Resources to Build a Historical Argument
National History Day
December 14, 2020 to April 22, 2021
Cost: 58 Free spots available for teachers and librarians in grades 6-12
Credit: 90 professional development hours OR 3 graduate extension credits
Registration Deadline: Friday, November 6, 2020 at NOON EST
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WEBINARS/WORKSHOPS

ICS Fall 2020 Virtual Workshop: Exploring Strategies for Analyzing Primary Sources
Institute for Curriculum Services
October 29 – 7:30-8:30 pm EST
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“And that’s the way it is”: Television and the Cold War
Georgia Historical Society
October 29 – 3:00-4:00 pm EST
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Rifles, Radio & Resistance: Robert F. Williams & the Black Freedom Movement
Carolina K-12
November 10 5:00-6:30 pm
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Wednesday Webinar: The Question Formulation Technique
TPS Virginia & Sarah Westbrook (RQI)
December 2 4:00-4:30 pm EST
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2020-2021 Discover Tennessee History Webinar Series
TPS MTSU – 3:00 pm CST unless noted otherwise

  • November 12 –  Digging in with TPS-MTSU: A Free Press – The Fourth Estate | Register
  • November 19 – Peer-to-Peer Discussion Group: Hands on in a Hands off World with East Tennessee Historical Society | Register
  • December 2 – Manifest Destiny: Primary Sources and Resources with East Tennessee Historical Society Register
  • December 10 – Digging in with TPS-MTSU: Teaching with Graphic Media | Register
  • March 9 – Discover Tennessee History – Tracing the Trail of Tears through Tennessee @4 pm CST | Register

From the TPS Teachers Network
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Library Blog Round-Up

Recent favorites
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Haunting Songs for Halloween 2020



Houdini and the Spirit Realm?
Transcribe Hockley’s World of “The Beyond”



Cooking Up History: Homemade Halloween



Honoring African American Cowboys
on the Western Frontier



Your Pandemic Story, Illustrated,
Shared, and Remembered



Revisiting Rights-Free:
Popular Graphic Art Prints



Mystery Photo Contest: You Solved Four!



Stuck on You: National Chemistry Week 2020



2020 National Book Festival Highlights:
Sandra Cisneros



Six Latin American Authors You Should Knows



From the Pros in the Field

Teaching & Learning with Primary Sources
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