We found 38 resources with the concept the library of congress
Evaluating Poems: Library of Congress 180 poems (For ESL Students)Lesson Planet
4th - 7th
Although the format of this webpage is confusing, once you find the file labeled "smucker_g_poem.pdf," you'll have all of the resources you need to teach poetry. There are five poems for learners to read, and each poem has a list of...
Identifying Geometric Shapes in Everyday LifeLesson Planet
K - 3rd
Elementary school learners explore the concept of geometric shapes, focusing on the circle, triangle, square, and rectangle. They look at photographs to find "hidden shapes." The youngsters discuss all the shapes that can be found all...
Through Many Lenses: How are Countries Depicted by the Media?Lesson Planet
9th - 12th
If you plan to utilize the ABC miniseries, "The Path to 9/11" in your classroom, consider incorporating media literacy and research skills. After (or while) learners view the series, they discuss ways information can differ from source...
Cartoons for the Classroom: Herblock at 100Lesson Planet
8th - 12th
In celebration of renowned cartoonist Herb Block's Library of Congress exhibition, this handout includes 2 of his famous political cartoons for scholars to analyze. Background information describes "Herblock's" career, and talking points...
Power of the Image -- Descriptive Writing and Images of Children and the Great DepressionLesson Planet
6th - 8th
Middle schoolers create a journal from the viewpoint of a child during the Great Depression. They view primary source images of children during the Great Depression. The images used are both photographs and cartoons. After viewing these...
The Minerva Mosaic of the Library of Congress: Taking a Closer LookLesson Planet
4th - 8th
Students take a closer look at the Minerva Mosaic. In this primary source analysis lesson, students use the provided analysis worksheets to study the Minerva image in the Library of Congress and all that it symbolizes.
Timelines, Webs, and Birthday CakesLesson Planet
5th - 8th
Young scholars access the Library of Congress and research historical events that occurred on their birthday. In this historical chronology lesson, students create a poster of one event. Young scholars review posters and make connections...
The Radical Minds of Thomas Jefferson and Lewis and ClarkLesson Planet
Sixth graders evaluate a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Lewis and Clark. In this social studies instructional activity students use primary sources to draw conclusions about the pioneering men. Students provide evidence to support the...