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Teacher Oz's Kingdom of History


Teacher Oz's Kingdom of History

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This web site contains a plethora of material on any historical subject matter imaginable. Links to primary source documents, charts, graphs, maps, and statistical information make this web site a tremendous resource for the study of history. United States and Global History links to information are available here.
Material Type: Collection
Date Added to MERLOT: October 16, 2004
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 25, 2011
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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School, High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure


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Avatar for Tim Duggan
8 years ago

Tim Duggan (Faculty)

This site is very useful. My teaching methods students designed a lesson around
the Billy Joel song, “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” Feedback was very favorable
from the students. They all were able to articulate specific historical events
or identify people they had not been familiar with. I would encourage use of
this site. The students claimed that the site was very valuable to their
learning experience.

Technical Remarks:

They claimed that some links were either broken or not helpful, but they didn't
seem to think those problems were devastating.
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