We've developed lessons to help students grasp the necessary steps for understanding and dealing with conflicting opinions.
Lessons available in the “Truman Presidential Inquiries” project pose a question connected to Truman’s time as president, then direct the learner to carefully consider what the evidence reveals.
We're developing teaching resources about key historical events and how records shed light on the Government’s actions.
The Second Amendment might be used to teach plain writing, historical context, and fundamental primary source research.
Use political cartoons to engage your students in a discussion of what Congress is, how it works, and what it does.
Students will explore the consequences of the 18th Amendment, that prohibited “the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes.”
Students can explore the debates over the addition of a bill of rights to the Constitution in a new lesson plan from the National Humanities Center.
This new lesson guides students to an understanding of how the provisions of the U.S. Constitution are visually represented in popular media.
Congress Creates the Bill of Rights app is now available for Android devices.
Two new WWI teaching activities introduce students to artists employed to show the war to Americans back home.