Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum

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U.S. History Interactive Maps
In this interactive, maps provide an overview of key themes in U.S. history, and are built on a series of bookmarks with markers highlighting events and people that illustrate the theme, along with map layers that provide additional information. Educators and students can customize maps by adding bookmarks, markers, and information and save them as their own.

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The Middle Ages:  What was it 
really like to live in the Middle Ages?
 Medium aevum -- Medieval or The Middle Ages. We think of knights in shining armor, lavish banquets, wandering minstrels, kings, queens, bishops, monks, pilgrims, and glorious pageantry.

In film and in literature, medieval life seems heroic, entertaining, and romantic. In reality, life in the Middle Ages, a period that extended from approximately the fifth century to the fifteenth century in Western Europe, was sometimes all these things, as well as harsh, uncertain, and often dangerous.

The Middle Ages is inspired by programs from The Western Tradition.

 
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