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Educator's Guides: North Carolina Digital History

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Educator's Guides: North Carolina Digital History

This educator’s guide is intended for 8th grade teachers. We also have a 4th grade educator’s guide.

What’s a “digital textbook”? How can students learn (and teachers teach) history entirely with web resources? Come on in and find out!

In this educator’s guide to North Carolina Digital History, our digital textbook for grades 4 and 8 covering the history of North Carolina and the United States you’ll find:

  • an overview of the textbook and how to find the resources you need for your classroom
  • process guides and worksheets for working with specific types of primary sources
  • suggestions for teaching about particular topics and pages within the textbook
  • strategies for managing discussions, including discussions of controversial issues

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