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Teaching Resources for Your Classroom

Colonial Williamsburg offers a variety of quality materials to assist you in teaching eighteenth-century life, including:

Political Life in Eighteenth-Century VirginiaA MORE PERFECT UNION ELECTRONIC FIELD TRIP ON DVD

Witness the conflict and compromises that accompanied the ratification of the U.S. Consittion. Join young eighteenth-century observers, unseen by convention delegates, as they travel from state to state tallying the vote. Learn about the ratification process and Americans' growing interests in their fledgling nation's new government.

Note: This DVD contains only the video and broadcast segments of the Electronic Field Trip. The lesson plans, web activities, and additional resources require a subscription.

Subscribers: $19.95
Non-subscribers $29.95

To order this DVD and/or a subscription, call 1-800-761-8331 or email eftsupport@cwf.org.

For other EFTs on DVD, see our specials.



Political Life in Eighteenth-Century VirginiaPRIMARY SOURCES CD-ROMS

These fascinating CD-ROMs will introduce your students to the artifacts, written documents, prints, buildings, and other sources that historians use to uncover the past. The Grades 1-3 CD-ROM provides an interactive experience with primary sources. The Grades 4-6 CD-ROM encourages students to analyze and evaluate evidence. In no time, you'll have your students "thinking like a historian!" Teacher lesson plans and classroom activities included. Mac or PC.

The grades 1-3 CD-ROM provides an interactive experience with primary sources. $39.95.
The grades 4-6 CD-ROM encourages students to analyze and evaluate evidence. $39.95.

To order, call 1-800-761-8331 or email eftsupport@cwf.org.





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