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--Kay A. Chick
The author describes three examples, illustrating how teachers can differentiate classroom activities by [...]
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--Mark L. Daniels
Teachers and students can bring history to life by donning period clothing or carrying objects common in past eras to engage students and enhance classroom presentations.
--William E. White
Field trips to historic sites, such as to the house in Colonial Williamsburg of Revolution-era scholar George Wythe, offer students a tangible and physical connection to the past.
When students are challenged by National History Day to probe into history’s unanswered questions, they sometimes become the first to provide the answers.