Teaching the 20th Century

Teaching the 20th Century

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Course Title: Applying Historical Source Literacy


Welcome to Teaching the 20th Century!

This course provides a content driven, yet thematic perspective into the 20th century. It uses case studies to explore a specific historical reasoning skill and constitutional principle(s). Each guiding question and case study will allow you to draw connections between events and topics throughout the curriculum and history.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

Analyze lessons and materials for the historical reasoning skills and constitutional principles represented.

Evaluate your own efficacy in supporting the development of historical reasoning skills.

Evaluate your own efficacy in supporting education for self-governance.

Develop lessons that support historical reasoning and thinking skills.

Develop lessons that support education for self-governance.


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