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Description

Model Lessons for Teaching with Primary Sources to use with The Student Atlas of Oregon.

Publication Date

2016

Subjects

Oregon -- Atlases, Oregon -- Maps, Oregon -- Geography -- Maps, United States -- History, Lesson planning -- United States

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Human Geography | Physical and Environmental Geography | United States History

Comments

© 2009 Center for Geography Education in Oregon

Funded by the John D. Gray and Elizabeth N. Gray Endowment Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation, with additional funding from National Geographic Education Foundation and Portland State University.

Model Lessons about Geography and Teaching with Primary Sources

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