Teaching Resources for Your Classroom
Colonial Williamsburg offers a variety of quality
materials to assist you in teaching eighteenth-century life, including:
JEFFERSON & ADAMS: A STAGE PLAY (DVD)
Based on an original play by Howard Ginsberg
In a faced-paced series of encounters, we see the turbulent relationship between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams as their friendship ignites, flourishes, ruptures, and resolves itself. The play spans 50 years, from the early days of the Republic, through two wars with England, and continuing through their vigorous retirement. Abigail Adams plays a major role in the mens' reconciliation.
Behind the Scenes of Jefferson & Adams (15 mins). The playwright, director, actors, executive producer, and Jefferson Legacy Foundation's executive director discuss the inception, importance, and production of the play.
About Colonial Williamsburg: Tour Our Town (8 mins). A look at the importance of the town of Williamsburg to our national heritage, the restoration by John D. Rockefeller Jr., and a glimpse into Colonial Williamsburg's Living History Museum.
$24.95. To order, call 1-800-761-8331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
JEFFERSON & ADAMS: A STAGE PLAY
This companion teacher guide to the Jefferson & Adams: A Stage Play DVD includes scene summaries, time lines, discussion questions with scene references, and a complete script. Written by teachers, for teachers!
Grades 8-12, 74 pages, $14.95. To order, call 1-800-761-8331 or email email@example.com.