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Nuremberg Trials - WGBH

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This companion site to a PBS special is filled with riveting details and historical photographs that capture the significance of the Nuremberg trials, the people and events that defined...more
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This companion site to a PBS special is filled with riveting details and historical photographs that capture the significance of the Nuremberg trials, the people and events that defined this era, and the devastation experienced by citizens of Berlin after World War II. Includes an illustrated timeline with links to related sites, a photo gallery, and transcripts of interviews with a prison guard and an army photographer.

tag(s): courts (15), world war 2 (143)

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Challenge students to think about the similarities and differences between the trial of Saddam Hussein and the Nuremberg trials.
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Cycles: African Life Through Art - Indianapolis Museum of Art

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This beautifully designed site reveals the rich cultural traditions of Africa through its art and rituals. As students investigate this interactive exhibit, they can examine and manipulate...more
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This beautifully designed site reveals the rich cultural traditions of Africa through its art and rituals. As students investigate this interactive exhibit, they can examine and manipulate a variety of artifacts, listen to traditional music, and learn about the circle of life that dominates artistic expression throughout the continent. Aligned to Standards. Requires FLASH. If you do not see the site content coming up, get FLASH from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): africa (172), cultures (108), religions (68)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on African cultures. Because there is a lot of content on this site, it would probably work best with a graphic organizer to guide students. For help with graphic organizers, try Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).
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Making Mummies - WGBH

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Display this online audio slide show and let your students experience the elaborate ritual of preparing a pharaoh's body for burial. Egyptologist Salima Ikram describes the classic,...more
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Display this online audio slide show and let your students experience the elaborate ritual of preparing a pharaoh's body for burial. Egyptologist Salima Ikram describes the classic, 70-day embalming process, cultural beliefs, and religious rites that were practiced throughout procedure. A bit grim, but completely engrossing! Requires FLASH.

tag(s): egypt (70), pyramids (29)

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Use the audio slideshow on the interactive whiteboard as an introduction to mummies found in Ancient Egypt. Only a minute and a half long, the slides offer some intriguing information to set the pace for the following unit. A very useful source for a World History classroom.
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A Concrete Curtain - Deutsches Historisches Museum

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8 to 12
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This site examines the "Cold War" events that led to the construction of the Berlin Wall, life behind the Iron Curtain, stories of escapes, the political changes that brought about...more
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This site examines the "Cold War" events that led to the construction of the Berlin Wall, life behind the Iron Curtain, stories of escapes, the political changes that brought about the wall's demise, and what life is now like for those who no longer live behind the Curtain. Includes period photographs and a gallery of art work from the East side. Also available in German and French.

tag(s): cold war (30), communism (4), german (67), germany (28)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on the cold war in a history or government class. To show what they have learned, have students pick one of the topics and create a digital map summarizing what happened. Have students use a tool such as Woices (beta) (reviewed here). This site allows students to create audio recordings AND choose a location (on a map) where the story takes place.

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Journey of Mankind - Bradshaw Foundation

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5 to 10
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This beautifully designed site take visitors on an animated 160,000-year virtual migration of man. Beginning in the tropics of East Africa, the illustrated, annotated journey reveals...more
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This beautifully designed site take visitors on an animated 160,000-year virtual migration of man. Beginning in the tropics of East Africa, the illustrated, annotated journey reveals the many climatological events that governed the routes of early man. This is a spectacular resource, perfect as a foundation for a world cultures class, or for a study of world climate in science. The site states that it may require time to load (and it does!). Do not try this one a dial-up. This site requires FLASH. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): migration (59)

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Use this site as an introductory activity during a lesson on human evolution and travel out of man's birthplace. Introduce this site on the interactive whiteboard, either viewing it as a class or letting students look at it in cooperative learning groups. If using it on the interactive whiteboard, have student volunteers take turns interacting with the timeline - although be sure to pause between every scene to allow understanding and analysis of the material.
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Cover Art: The Time Magazine Collection - National Portrait Gallery

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9 to 12
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This impressive collection of magazine cover art represents some of the world's most compelling personalities and some of Time's most memorable art work. You'll find portraits of queens,...more
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This impressive collection of magazine cover art represents some of the world's most compelling personalities and some of Time's most memorable art work. You'll find portraits of queens, presidents, popes, athletes, and entertainers - the famous as well as the infamous. Each portrait is accompanied by brief biographical information and sound clips.

tag(s): famous people (23), news (262)

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This site would be useful in a Art History or US government class studying the impact of the media on politics. Have students explore the site on the interactive whiteboard, allowing them to be hands on with the material - avoid being the Vanna White of the board! As students are navigating the site, focus their attention on how many presidents and political figures are featured - as evidenced on the link entitled "Most Featured Person." This could lead into a great discussion of how exposure can affect politicians, as well as the difference between good and bad press.

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Country Reports - ClassBrain

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4 to 12
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Make this resource available for the next round of student reports. Locate a country of choice from the alphabetized list, and browse through an impressive collection of annotated sites...more
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Make this resource available for the next round of student reports. Locate a country of choice from the alphabetized list, and browse through an impressive collection of annotated sites addressing everything from economy and government to foods and cultural events.

tag(s): countries (80)

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Use this site as a resource for students working on research projects or papers about another country. Be sure to post the resource on any student handouts and on your teacher wiki or webpage to allow students to access the information both in and out of the classroom.

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Pompeii: Stories from an Eruption - The Field Museum

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Take a virtual tour of the current Pompeii exhibit at the Field Museum of Chicago with this site that brings the cataclysmic eruption to life. The true gem of the ...more
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Take a virtual tour of the current Pompeii exhibit at the Field Museum of Chicago with this site that brings the cataclysmic eruption to life. The true gem of the site is an interactive timeline that details and animates the events of August 24, AD 79. But be sure to check out the photo gallery - which includes images of frescoes, artifacts, and plaster and epoxy resin casts of some of the victims (a bit gruesome).

tag(s): volcanoes (66)

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Use the interactive time-line on this site as a learning center or station during a lesson on ancient Pompeii. Because there is a lot of content on this site, we recommend creating a guide to help students grasp the basic concepts. For help with graphic organizers, we recommend using Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

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1492 - An Ongoing Voyage - Library of Congress

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This site from the Library of Congress takes a detailed look at the variety of peoples and civilizations that were thriving on the American continents before they were "discovered"...more
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This site from the Library of Congress takes a detailed look at the variety of peoples and civilizations that were thriving on the American continents before they were "discovered" by the Europeans. The content includes native peoples of the Caribbean, Mexico, South America, and North America. Try this one as a counterpoint to a traditional explorers unit, or as part of a study of the Maya, Inca, or other native cultures.

tag(s): explorers (63), native americans (78)

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Use the images on this site to create a picture walk activity in your classroom. Select 10-15 of the more descriptive images, preferably with different subjects. Assign students to stand at specific images, rotating every 30-45 seconds. In that time, students should quickly jot down what they observe, infer and predict about each. After the walk is done, have a class discussion based on the notes that students have taken. This is a great way to introduce the beginnings of the New World in a non-lecture format.

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Religion Facts

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9 to 12
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Supplement a World Religions class with this excellent, comprehensive, and easy-to-use site. Impartial facts and useful information on each of the world's major religions are provided...more
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Supplement a World Religions class with this excellent, comprehensive, and easy-to-use site. Impartial facts and useful information on each of the world's major religions are provided along with featured in-depth articles and comparison charts.

tag(s): religions (68)

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The fast facts on this site are a great way for students and teachers to quickly review the principles of a religion before learning about it within a history classroom. Often towards high school, the focus veers from a basic explanation of the religion to more of a discussion on the religion's impact on society. For those needing a refresher, this would be a great way to summarize via interactive whiteboard or projector. Providing students with a greater context can only help their understanding.

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Outside My Window

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8 to 12
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This intriguing, international project connects your classroom with others throughout the world through digital photographs. By capturing views from classroom windows and sharing them...more
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This intriguing, international project connects your classroom with others throughout the world through digital photographs. By capturing views from classroom windows and sharing them via the Internet, students can begin to compare and contrast their lives with those of others living in very different cultures. The project provides opportunities for students to send email messages and join in a discussion forum - so teacher supervision is a must. Aligned to National Standards.

tag(s): cultures (108)

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This project and activity is fairly straightforward - just take a look at the project page to get a sense of what it's all about. This idea could easily be incorporated in a geography or world history classroom to increase global awareness and connectivity.

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Welcome to EternityTravel.com - Museum of Science, Boston

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Get a unique glimpse of Egyptian culture with this quirky, interactive site that takes a contemporary tongue-in-cheek approach to understanding ancient burial customs. Visitors, operating...more
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Get a unique glimpse of Egyptian culture with this quirky, interactive site that takes a contemporary tongue-in-cheek approach to understanding ancient burial customs. Visitors, operating within a budget set by the pharaoh, must shop carefully for the services and items they feel they will need in the afterlife. Before "checking out," shoppers receive product analysis and feedback on their selections. Truly entertaining and eye-opening!

tag(s): egypt (70), pyramids (29)

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This would be a very cool learning center or station during a lesson on the Egyptian burial rituals. Save this one as a favorite on classroom computers and have students work on it in pairs or cooperative learning groups. To assess student learning, have students present their results via digital story-telling. Have students create a multimedia presentation using UtellStory, reviewed here. This site allows users to narrate a picture. Challenge students to find a photo (legally permitted to be reproduced), and then narrate the photo detailing their purchase as though they were attempting to sell it to you or their peers. To find Creative Commons images for student projects (with credit, of course), try Compfight, reviewed here.
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Google Maps - Google

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Google Maps gives you live visuals of any location, ideal for planning a trip, picturing the relationship between places, and viewing physical characteristics of almost anywhere in...more
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Google Maps gives you live visuals of any location, ideal for planning a trip, picturing the relationship between places, and viewing physical characteristics of almost anywhere in the world. Type or paste in an address and click "search maps." If you click Satellite or hybrid versions of the map, you will see actual satellite images of the terrain. Zoom in and out, use the street view "orange man" to walk among the buildings and trees, or plan and share a route easily with Google Maps. Using your (free) Google membership allows you to save favorite places and more. Find businesses and other features near a specific map location: hotels, restaurants, schools, parks, and more. Google Maps has become more and more sophisticated, now offering many features previously only available in Google Earth, such as opening and/or saving placemarker files. Unlike Google Earth, Google Maps does not require software installation and does not use as much bandwidth for constant reloading. You can even play a tour of places you mark in Google Maps. They just keep adding more features! Google Maps is available as a free app for Android and iOS, too. The handy embed codes let you put any Google Map in a web page, blog, or wiki. Of course you do not need a membership or any special skills to simply SEE, share, or navigate a map. Membership gives you more ways to save.

tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (174), directions (18), maps (292)

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If you teach geography, this one's a must. It is also helpful for showing students WHERE a story or news event takes place. In lower grades, use it to show students basics of their community. Teach map skills by showing students their own community. Zoom in on their street or on the school. This site and its more sophisticated cousin, Google Earth, are great on an interactive whiteboard. Set up a class Google account (or use student accounts if permitted). Have students create their own custom route plans to tour historic sites. Challenge math students to plan the most economical route to visit several vacation destinations, including gas mileage and gas prices. Have students create placemarker files of the important places in the life of a famous person or the route traveled by a particular unit during the Civil War. Have student groups create placemarker files to show environmental sites, habitats, landforms, or anything you can place on a map. Embed projects in a class wiki using the handy embed code offered as a sharing option. Not comfortable with wikis? Check out TeachersFirst Wiki Walk-Through.

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No Place Like Home? - New York Times

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6 to 12
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The impact of the physical environment on an endangered species is the focus of this comprehensive lesson plan. After conducting research and analysis, students must create a plan for...more
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The impact of the physical environment on an endangered species is the focus of this comprehensive lesson plan. After conducting research and analysis, students must create a plan for saving an endangered species and design a printed advertisement to promote environmental awareness. Interdisciplinary connections and related resources are also provided. Aligned to National Standards.

tag(s): advertising (34), conservation (128), endangered species (39), species (29)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plan offered by the New York Times. This is a great way to connect science and government concepts. Be sure to save the site as a favorite to allow for easy retrieval later on.

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At the Tomb of Tutankhamen - National Geographic Society

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Experience the discovery of King Tut's tomb with this interactive edition of the 1923 National Geographic Magazine that first documented the exciting discovery. Visitors can read riveting...more
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Experience the discovery of King Tut's tomb with this interactive edition of the 1923 National Geographic Magazine that first documented the exciting discovery. Visitors can read riveting dispatches of the official opening and entering of the tomb, and view vintage photographs. Add your own creativity with a lesson plan or Web hunt to tap into this excellent resource.

tag(s): egypt (70), pyramids (29)

In the Classroom

This site is VERY slow to open, even on a high-speed connection. If you pan to use it on a projector or interactive whiteboard, open it early in the day so it is in the "cache" of the actual computer you plan to use. This will eliminate the behavior-challenging pauses while the page loads.

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On This Day - BBC

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8 to 12
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This daily listing of facts and images covers historical events from World War II to 2003. Click on an event to read more about it and experience some multimedia features. ...more
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This daily listing of facts and images covers historical events from World War II to 2003. Click on an event to read more about it and experience some multimedia features. Includes impressive video and audio clips. Good source for a daily bit of meaningful primary source trivia.

tag(s): calendars (46)

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Keep this site up on the interactive whiteboard or projector in the beginning of class while students are walking in and settling down. This is a great way to focus their attention and get their brains warmed up for a World history classroom.
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Create a Timeline - Ourtimelines.com

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1 to 12
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This online tool lets you create a timeline of an individual's life using dates from 1000 AD to the present year. Enter the person's name and dates, add events (historic ...more
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This online tool lets you create a timeline of an individual's life using dates from 1000 AD to the present year. Enter the person's name and dates, add events (historic or personal) and their beginning/ending dates, and click the "generate" button.

tag(s): timelines (64)

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A Personal Holocaust Remembrance - MSNBC

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7 to 12
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A Michigan teen has produced his own documentary based on first-person interviews with his grandparents about their experiences as holocaust victims. The interviews were the first time...more
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A Michigan teen has produced his own documentary based on first-person interviews with his grandparents about their experiences as holocaust victims. The interviews were the first time they had spoken with a family member about those events. Includes video clips.

tag(s): holocaust (40), nazis (10), world war 2 (143)

In the Classroom

Open this site on the interactive whiteboard or projector to introduce a unit on the Holocaust during a World or US history class. Have students read aloud the information, or summarize the main points yourself before previewing the video in class. This is a great way to make the events of the Holocaust more real and personal.

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History Explorer - Smithsonian

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6 to 12
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This multimedia site explores various facets of American history through Lessons, interactives, Themes and more. Visitors can view objects that are part of the Smithsonian collection,...more
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This multimedia site explores various facets of American history through Lessons, interactives, Themes and more. Visitors can view objects that are part of the Smithsonian collection, navigate between historical eras, or filter the information by selected themes (Arts and Culture, Politics and Reform, etc.) Items in the exhibit are linked to National Museum of American History websites that provide more in-depth information.

tag(s): agriculture (58), american revolution (89), famous people (23), japan (60), japanese (45), jazz (15), lincoln (86), politics (98)

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Use this site as the starting point for individual or group projects. There is enough information in "exhibit" details to provide a starting point for students trying to decide what to base a research project on. Recommend the site to students who are having difficulty picking a project subject.
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The Ancient City of Athens

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Take a tour of the archaeological and architectural remains of Athens, Greece on this impressive site (created by a classical archaeologist at the Indiana University) that presents...more
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Take a tour of the archaeological and architectural remains of Athens, Greece on this impressive site (created by a classical archaeologist at the Indiana University) that presents a photographic archive of the city's most historic venues. All images may be downloaded and used for school projects and presentations, provided that the terms outlined in the Creative Commons License (check out the link) are followed.

tag(s): greece (27), greek (41), greeks (32), states (165)

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