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What So Proudly We Hail - University of Pennsylvania, Amy Kass, and Leon Kass

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What So Proudly We Hail offers more than 1200 free civics resources and lessons based on short stories, songs, and speeches. Choose the resources link to access and filter content. The many filter options allow you to choose by grade level, topic, state standards, and much more.

tag(s): branches of government (58), constitution (92), environment (323), ethics (19), immigration (62), primary sources (99)

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Take advantage of the many resources on this site for use with civics lessons, Constitution Day activities, and teaching about primary resources. Share documents found on this site on your interactive whiteboard and use the tools found in your software to highlight and explore specific parts of any document. Alternatively, enhance classroom technology use by having students use Edji, reviewed here, to highlight and comment the document. Instead of reading documents in class, have students use an online voice recording tool like Vocaroo, reviewed here, to share important portions on your class website. Have students create an annotated image sharing information about primary sources or civics lessons including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here. Instead of writing a book report, transform classroom technology use by asking students to create an animated video slide show using a tool like Powtoon, reviewed here, to recreate or discuss historical events.
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