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Monday, March 18 • 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Using Primary Sources to Highlight Women in U.S. History LIMITED

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In this session, we will discuss the latest scholarship and the importance of teaching women's history in U.S. History classes. One effective way to integrate women's history is to analyze primary sources written by women. Participants will receive several classroom-tested primary source lesson plans that incorporate women's voices into the narrative of U.S. History.

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Christine Kadonsky

Teacher, Wausau West High School
I have taught U.S. History to ninth grade students in my hometown of Wausau since 2001. I enjoy team teaching and facilitating group discussions in my classroom. I believe in the importance of student analysis of primary sources. In the summers, I enjoy participating in teacher... Read More →


Monday March 18, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Room II

Attendees (10)