Seems appropriate considering current events...WPA Posters: Colorful Messages in Dark Economic Times

Having trouble choosing that perfect primary source for your lesson? Here are some tips from the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Blog. Selecting Primary Sources, Part I: Knowing your Students
This blog post is the first in a series that will discuss characteristics to consider when selecting primary sources to use with your students.


This is the second in the series: Selecting Primary sources, Part II: Considering Historical Context

For those Science teachers who aren't sure Primary Sources would be useful - check this out: Science in Popular Culture: Let's do the Radium Dance.

The blog series on finding that perfect primary source for your lesson continues withthe final two parts:
Selecting Primary Sources, Part III: Thinking about Perspective
Selecting Primary Sources, Part IV: Considering Quality