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A tour of Versailles Palace, its gardens, fountains, and interiors, and the Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon, and Le Petit... see more

This PBS website offers students the opportunity to better understand the circumstances which led to Great Britiain... see more

Louis XIV was a creature of habit. The official web site of the Chateau de Versailles presents his daily routine on the... see more

Do you wonder what it must have been like to spend days at court in the Versailles of Louis XIV? The Education page of... see more

A biographical introduction to President Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Movement, the Construction of the Panama... see more

A collaborative project for use in F2F or online instruction Course: World Civilization see more

a research and reflection project for individual or collaborative projects that will allow learners to delve into... see more

This assignment may be used as either an individual lesson or for a collaborative project. Using an online version of... see more

a collaborative reseach and presentation project Course: American History see more

This site offers many teacher-oriented assignments and curriculum for a variety of topics involving East Asian history. see more

Video clips and materials for teachers to use in teaching these Asian topics to their classes. Includes video clips,... see more

Many great materials and links to discussion questions, maps, activities, etc. for a variety of topics involving China... see more

This collection of resources for teachers of history and asian studies includes lesson plans, maps, discussion question,... see more

This assignment asks students to compare the conquistadors' vision of their incursions into western hemisphere with the... see more

This is an inteactive site that takes a pilgrim from Europe to the Holy Land in much the same manner as a Crusader in the... see more

Edo was the capital of Japan during the Tokugawa Shogunate from 1604-1868. This virutal tour uses traditional Japanese... see more

The public career of the United States' third President is well documented. However, his personal life has come under... see more

The devastating earthquake and fire that hit San Francisco in 1906 remains a seminal event in United States History.... see more

This Smithsonian web site was originally an exhibit displayed at the Museum of Natural History sponsored by the... see more

The Cultural Map of Hellas provides students with the opportunity to visually explore the culture of ancient Greece.... see more

The Civil War remains an internal conflict whose origins and consequences still provoke great interest and controvsey.... see more

The first battles of the American Revolution were at the Massachusetts towns of Lexington and Concord. This site provides... see more

This site can be used to help students develop metacognitive and critical reading skills, as well as to introduce... see more