Children and Youth in History
Children and Youth in History is a world history resource that provides teachers with more than 300 annotated primary sources focused on children and youth from 200 BCE through the 21st century. The introductory “Guide to ‘Reading’ Primary Sources on the History of Children & Youth” identifies strategies for using these sources. Teaching materials include case studies, class activities, assignments, and teaching modules.
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