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University of Florida Digital Collection Teacher Resource Collection Politics are a Beach: Tools to Analyze Political Cartoons email@example.com Observe Reflect Question
Role Audience Format Topic News anchor Citizens of Miami News Report Announce who is coming to the convention, what they will discuss, when the convention is taking place, where it is happening, and attendance might be controversial.
UF Digital Collection Teacher Resource Collection Helen Davis Professional Development Resource Teacher Lee County
Norms Be an active collegial learner. Value and respect the ideas of all individuals. Use electronic devices professionally.
Objectives Review the purpose behind using primary sources in the classroom. Experience a lesson utilizing a primary source document. Demonstrate the University of Florida Digital Collection and Teacher Resource Collection. Search and Share ideas for how to utilize UF Digital Collection resources.
GREETINGS! Quick write: what are your past experiences with using primary sources in the classroom? How did you use them? Why did you use them? W hat was the student response? If you have never used primary sources, write down a definition of primary sources and what impedes the use of primary sources.
What are Primary Sources? D ocument or physical object; of history Created during the time under study. Offer an view into a particular event.
Types of Primary Sources Original documents Example: Trinidad immigration document Creative Artifacts Example: Buoy Days short stories Relics Example: UF Biscuit
Why use primary sources?
STUDENT PERSPECTIVE Section One
Begin with the End in Mind Essential Question : How do primary sources reveal perspectives?
Step One: Observe What does the resource say? Where does your eye go first? What powerful words and ideas are expressed ? What do you notice about the page the object is printed on? What other details do you see?
Reflect What do you think was happening when it was written? Why do you think this political cartoon was created? What can you learn from examining this? If someone created something like this today, how would it be different? How would it be the same?
Question What do you want to know more about? who, what, when, where, why, and how. Example question: Who are these two figures?
Research Read through your assigned document and search for answers to your questions; underline them when you find them. Transfer questions and answers onto the Give One column of your sheet. Share your question(s) and answer(s) from your document with at least three peers. Be sure to obtain questions and answers from each resource. Yellow: Governor George Wallace Biography Green: Ross Barnett Obituary White: St. Petersburg Sun Newspaper
Assessment CCSS.ELA Literacy.W.8.2 Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content. Role Audience Format Topic News anchor Citizens of Miami News Report Announce who is coming to the convention, what they will discuss, when the convention is taking place, where it is happening, and why attendance might be controversial.
DEMONSTRATE UFDC AND TRC Section Two
Lessons, evaluation scales, rubrics, and templates Search for lessons by standard, grade level, or subject area. Created by educators for use by educators. Professional development resources: teaching with primary sources, copyright information, and using the lesson plan template.
How can I contribute ? Create a lesson or lesson resource utilizing an item from the University of Florida Digital Collection. Review the evaluation scales and the lesson plan template. Submit for review. Make revisions upon request or publish resource.
TEACHER PERSPECTIVE Section Three
Search for Resources
Find a Resource 1. Borrow key words from standard descriptions 2. Search through the UF DC for related resources 3. Develop a plan for how to utilize the resource in the classroom. 4. Be sure to include: the learning goal, instructional strategies, and ideas for assessment. 5. Email plan be sure to insert thumbnail and permalink to: firstname.lastname@example.org (I will compile them and email them to the rest of the group)