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Monica: I'm very interested in your project as we are writing a set of
teacher's guides.  The first one is about geneology and family
history-ideas for classroom teachers.  I'm working on one for oral history
right now and then we'll do one on primary sources in the classroom.  What
have you discovered so far?  Did you receive any input from you message?  I
have a ton of stuff at home on primary sources. I'll search through it if
you're still interested.  Marta Brooks
At 07:22 AM 7/9/99 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>I'm sitting here at my computer constantly surfing the Net in order to
>avoid my major summer project -- a book for grades 4-8 teachers on using
>primary sources in their teaching.  At the moment I'm developing a working
>definition of "primary sources" and looking for good, clear (nothing
>overly academic) definitions in other publications.  If any of you know of
>a really great resource for this I'd be most grateful.
>
>Thanks so much.
>
>Monica Edinger
>The Dalton School
>New York
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