History & Social Studies
In this diversified driving tour experience, you’ll make your way to at least 30 cultural and historic sites in the Seattle Metro Area, where you’ll discover cultural museums, historic sites, beautiful cultural gardens, and a blend of the area’s visual and performing arts. Along the way, you’ll develop dozens of ideas for bringing the study of Seattle’s culture to your students, both in the classroom and on field trips.
This course is appropriate for teachers of all subjects, grades K-12. Upon registration with the Heritage Institute, the instructor will send the course manual free of charge. Choose and read an additional text resource from the annotated bibliography on pages 8 & 9 of this syllabus.
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Native Seattle: Histories from the Crossing-Over Place, Second Edition (Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books)ISBN# 0295741341 by Coll Thrush University of Washington Press
• The materials packet can now be acquired from the instructor via email at no cost. After registration, please contact Peter Chausse at firstname.lastname@example.org to acquire the materials.
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