Engage elementary students' minds with primary and secondary sources to reveal the truth about myths about George Washington, including stories about his wooden teeth, wig, and the cherry tree incident.
The Storypath approach uses setting, characters, and plot to organize learning experiences about an election campaign. Research underscores the power of story as students imagine themselves as campaign workers and candidates.
Develop students' discussion, understanding, and empathy of cultural diversity using close reading, inquiry, and project-based instruction with nonfiction and human rights texts. Promote critical thinking, questioning, and differentiation!