Teaching the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier webinar - January 26, 2021

6 months ago

Historians from Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) will be hosted by the National World War I Museum and Memorial on January 26, 2021 at 7:00pm where they will talk about the new educational module on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Please join them us for an introduction to the importance of this commemoration in its centennial year and an exploration of the new module of the ANC Education Program focused on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. A brief module demonstration will be featured along with guidance on adaptations and a Q/A session. All module materials are easy to access and use whether you are learning at home or teaching in a classroom. Lesson plans tie directly to national and state social studies standards. They each support skills in primary source analysis, perspective taking, and historical interpretation.

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You can find other modules by visiting the ANC Education Program (arlingtoncemetery.mil)

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