How do you analyze primary sources that are rich and complex in detail? The next in our series of foundations in teaching with primary sources provides some ideas.
You know what’s weird? Washing clothes. It’s like some kind of strange sorcery I can’t quite get a grip on. This isn’t to say I don’t do laundry. I do. Often. Doing it right now, as a matter of fact. Which is why I’m so fascinated by the whole experience. I mean, can you explain […]
See how broadsides and other paper publicity sources were used to engage people and encourage them to support a cause such as labor rights.
Use the ideas in this post to help students understand the importance of knowing the purpose and intended audience for a primary source.
Learn about Poetry 180, the project created by former Poet Laureate Billy Collins and how some teachers are using Poetry 180 in the classroom.
Join Teachers Page staff for Analyzing Primary Sources, the first in our series of foundations in teaching with primary sources workshops.
Learn more about the Our Common Purpose series of lectures from the Kluge center, the teacher workshops that took place after each lecture and the creator of the poster that accompanied the series.
Join Teaching LC for a series of webinars covering the foundational skills of using primary sources with your students.
Learn about the way a student used the Library of Congress collections to complete his research.
Explore our latest primary source set on LGBTQ+ history.