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TEACHING 9/11 USING PRIMARY SOURCES

TEACHING 9/11 USING PRIMARY SOURCES

While September 11, 2001 is viewed as a defining day in American history—the Pearl Harbor moment of our time—many teachers struggle with how to approach this topic in the classroom. Further compounding this challenge is the fact that students no longer have direct memories of 9/11, and with each generation memories of these events will continue to fade. In this course, participants will examine world events that occurred before, during, and after the terrorist attacks, and reflect on how to use primary sources to portray 9/11 in a sensitive and meaningful way to middle and high school students.

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Duration: 6 weeks

How to Register: To register for this course, please first add it to your cart below and purchase it. You will be sent a confirmation email, as well as a separate email with a username and login for Active Classroom. On the first day of the course, go to https://activeclassroom.com and log in using the provided credentials. You will then be able to participate in the course.

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Earn graduate credit for this course through Aurora University!

QuantityOrder CodeISBNMedia/ContentPrice
A9008E-WBMS Online course $49.00

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