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Choose Quick Links to 13 Teaching and Learning Strategies

Dear Teachers,

Welcome to “The Making of Milwaukee” Teaching and Learning Strategies “Quick Links”. This reorganization of the on-line curriculum provides teachers with easy access to “Quick Links” that include a wide variety of lesson possibilities as they relate to specific content areas. Take a look below at the various categories and locate the Teaching and Learning Strategies that are most pertinent to your assigned grade level or curricular area. Then download the appropriate pdf. ENJOY!

NOTE: Please know that at any time you should want to access the complete “Making of Milwaukee” curriculum, where lessons are organized within historical eras and themes, you can click here. The “Dear Teacher” letter at the beginning of the complete on-line curriculum will help you understand how all lessons are organized within each historical theme.


Subject Elementary/Middle School Middle/High School
Art Access this HOT link and discover learning activities to help students design and create collages, murals, scrapbooks, flyers, and MORE…
Access this HOT link and discover creative activities that help students explore Milwaukee’s history by creating postcards, travel guides, monuments, and MORE…
Discussion Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that will help your students “act out” an advertisement, baseball game banter, missing events on the timeline, and MORE…
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that will help your students “talk” about inventions, important Milwaukee happenings, and MORE…
Drama Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students map Milwaukee landmarks, industries, suburbs and MORE…
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students “act out” historic events such as labor negotiations, a day at the Milwaukee Braves or Brewers Ball Park, and MORE…
Historiography Access this HOT link and discover a creative activity that helps students “think like a historian”.
Access this HOT link and discover creative activities that help students “think like a historian”.
Learning in the Community Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that take you and your students “into the community” to learn Milwaukee’s history.
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that take you and your students “into the community” to learn Milwaukee’s history.
Maps/Mapping Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students map Milwaukee landmarks, industries, suburbs and MORE…
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students map Milwaukee landmarks, industries, suburbs and MORE…
Math Access this HOT link and discover Milwaukee’s history through mathematics.
Music Access this HOT link and discover “The Blues” in a learning activity that also helps students compose a “Blues” song.
Primary Source Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students use historic Milwaukee photographs and data to learn MORE…
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students use historic Milwaukee photographs and data to learn MORE…
Research Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that will help your students research Native Americans in Milwaukee, Historic Census Data, and MORE….
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that will help your students research Native Americans in Milwaukee, Historic Census Data, Public Health Data, Family History, Timelines, and MORE…
Speaking Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students deliver speeches, make presentations, and debate important issues throughout Milwaukee’s history.
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students deliver speeches, make presentations, and debate important issues throughout Milwaukee’s history.
Technology Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students use digital cameras, Hyper-Studio, and on-line research about Milwaukee’s history.
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that help students use digital cameras and develop Power Point presentations about Milwaukee’s history.
Writing Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that will help your students “write to learn” about early Milwaukee leaders, industries, ethnicities, and MORE…
Access this HOT link and discover learning activities that will help your students “write to learn” about early Milwaukee leaders, industries, ethnicities, and MORE…


 
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