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Teacher Gazette
Volume
12

Issue
No. 9

  American Citizenship
 
Primary Source
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 
 
Every year historic sites and civic groups across the United States partner with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to host ceremonies welcoming new citizens as they are sworn in. More
 
Teaching Strategy
In this lesson, students learn how individuals can become citizens of the United States and examine the roles and responsibilities of citizenship. They then read the Naturalization Oath and explain how each part can be demonstrated in a citizen's life. More
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"We Americans have many grave problems to solve, many threatening evils to fight, and many deeds to do, if, as we hope and believe, we have the wisdom, the strength, the courage, and the virtue to do them. . . . Americanism is a question of spirit, conviction, and purpose, not of creed or birthplace."

Theodore Roosevelt

"True Americanism," The Forum Magazine (April 1894).

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Upcoming Electronic Field Trip
October 09, 2014
What we think of as the modern global economy is actually centuries old! Join Maggie, an adventurous rat, as she boards ships using international trade routes to make her way home from England to the American colonies. Along the way, discover the inner workings of the eighteenth-century mercantile system. More

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 The Idea of America Classroom Bundle
The Idea of America, How Values Shaped Our Republic and Hold the Key to Our Future explores core American values and the tension between them, showing how these have played out throughout our history and continue to do so today. Filled with great examples and illustrations, this informative book is a teacher's guide to an innovative approach to American history. The bundle includes one copy of the book, a companion CD-ROM with four classroom lessons, and 40 copies of America: The Pocket Guide. More
 Quill Close Reading Series 
Designed equally for the English classroom and for ELA instruction in the history classroom, these units use guided close readings of historical nonfiction to set the stage for students to respond with their own guided writing. After analyzing the persuasive, narrative, and expository writing techniques used in the featured primary source documents, and after reading additional historical documents that equip students to make cross-text comparisons, students respond by writing their own persuasive, narrative, or expository essays. All lessons closely correlate to Common Core State Standards, and teachers using these units gain access to related digital lessons and resources in Colonial Williamsburg's groundbreaking curriculum, The Idea of America. Grades 8-12. More

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