History Unfolding engages students in classwide discussions about fascinating historical images as they build their visual literacy skills.
Debating the Documents further develops students' analytical skills with short textual passages and more visual primary sources. Students read short background accounts, assess a timeline of events, and then debate the merits of different primary sources to help understand points of view from a particular era.
The Historians Apprentice deepens student historical understanding by doing what historians actually do: sourcing, weighing evidence, comparing documents, and forming conclusions based on both primary and secondary sources.
The DBQ Writing Program provides a skills-based curriculum consisting of eight sequential, cumulative lessons that help students interpret primary sources and answer document-based questions, including developing a thesis statement.