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Children's & Young Adult Literature Bibliographies
4th & 8th
The Birth of the Republic, 1760-1789 (Oct. 25)
Tennessee & the New Nation, 1790-1815 (Jan. 30)
Tennessee's Civil War and Reconstruction (Sept. 17)
Between the WW's, TVA & the Manhattan Project [meet at AMSE, Oak Ridge] (Feb. 11)
TVA & the Manhattan Project [meet at AMSE, Oak Ridge] (Nov. 8)
From Camelot to Watergate (Apr. 1)
Era 1: Three Worlds Meet
The Worlds of Christopher Columbus
The Columbian Exchange and Beyond
Era 2: Colonization and Settlement
Moving On: Why Enter a "New World"?
So Where is the Mystic River Anyway?
Freedom and Slavery in Late Colonial America
Era 4: Expansion and Reform
"Go West, Young Man"
Technology's Reach: From Cotton Fields to Textile Mills
The 1850s: America's Contentious Decade
Era 5: Civil War and Reconstruction
A Fire Bell in the Night . . . The Causes of the Civil War
The American Civil War
Let Us Have Peace . . . the Era of Reconstruction
Era 6: The Development of the Industrial United States
Naming an Era
Tectonic Shifts for an Industrializing Nation
A Study in Contrasts
Era 7: The Emergence of Modern America, Era 8: The Great Depression and World War II, Era 9: Postwar United States, Era 10: Contemporary United States
Women's Suffrage and the Progressive Era
Years of Dust, Death, and Disruption: Searching for a New Deal for America
No Easy Walk: The Epic American Journey for Civil Rights
Keynote Address - American Art
Keynote Address - Films
Keynote Address - Technology
Book Studies-Year Four (2013-2014)
2011 Two Day June Institute
Fall 2011 Book Study
Summer 2012 Field Study: Boston/ NYC
Book Study- Year Three
DC Summer 2013 Trip
Teacher PD Hours
Anderson County - Year One
Sevier County - Year One
Union County - Year One
Anderson County - Year Two
Sevier County - Year Two
Union County - Year Two
Anderson County- Year Three
Sevier County- Year Three
Union County- Year Three
Anderson County- Year Four
Pre & Post Learning (KWL) Surveys
Welcome to the Wiki page for Pre & Post Learning (KWL) Surveys!!
The Pre & Post Learning (KWL) Surveys are intended for TAH faculty to gain an understanding of what TAH participants know, want to know, and have learned about various topics (many of which stem from the recently approved 2014-2015 TN Social Studies curriculum) discussed during YEAR 4 of the Enduring Visions TAH grant.
: Each participating TAH teacher that fills out the Pre and Post Learning (KWL) surveys will receive 1 hr. of professional development per survey. Pre-Learning surveys are to be completed 5 days prior to the respective workshop. Post-Learning surveys are to be completed within 1 week of the workshop.
Please click on the following surveys below, which have been organized by grade levels. Be sure to include your name, grade level, and district. Then, read carefully over each of the topics to be discussed during the workshop and answer what you know and want to learn about EACH TOPIC. Each box must be filled out in order to receive 1 hr. of professional development. Please give thought to each question as TAH faculty will be designing the workshop and the topics discussed according to your responses. Most Pre-Learning surveys should take between 7-12 minutes and Post-Learning surveys should take approximately 3-5 minutes to complete.
4th & 8th Grade
The Birth of the Republic, 1760-1789
(to be eligible for stipend hrs. complete by Oct. 18)
(to be eligible for stipend hrs. complete by Nov. 5)
Tennessee & the New Nation, 1790-1815
(to be eligible for stipend hrs. complete by Jan. 20)
Tennessee's Civil War & Reconstruction [open to 8th grade participating teachers]
to be eligible for stipend hrs.
complete by Sept. 13)
to be eligible for stipend hrs.
complete by Sept. 27)
Between the WW's, TVA & the Manhattan Project
TVA & the Manhattan Project
From Camelot to Watergate
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