Essentials Interactive Agenda

8:30 a.m.

Welcome/coffee

Sign in; submit certificates of completion from Introduction to the Library of Congress Module

Overview of TPS program – Advertise Upcoming Workshops

Strategies: Close Reading, Analysis, Questioning

Activity: Connecting with Primary Sources

Introductions/Meeting each other

Strategies: Analysis, Questioning

Activity: What defines Primary Sources?

Strategies: Close Reading, Analysis, Text-dependent-hypothesis testing

Activity: Primary Source Analysis

Introduction to Student and Teacher Analysis Tools

Reflection #1/Essentials Activity Sheet

9:30

Break

Move to computer lab

 

Introduction to the Library of Congress Website at
www.loc.gov
The Teacher’s Page

Copyright and Fair Use

Activity: Zoom-In Inquiry (Example 1; Example 2; Example 3)

Reflection #2

Move to the classroom

Strategies: Close Reading, Analysis, Text-dependent- hypothesis testing

Activity: Found Poems—close reading of primary source texts to support literacy

Found Poems Primary Source Set

12:00-12:30 Lunch

Credit information and day’s assignment:

 

Syllabus

 

Collection Tool

Essentials Exploration Instructional Activity Template

 

Strategies: Close Reading, Analysis, Text-dependent-hypothesis testing

Activity: Life in a Box

Reflection #3

Move to computer lab

 

Strategies: Close Reading, Analysis, Text-dependent- hypothesis testing

Exploring www.loc.gov
Nuts and Bolts of the website/
Navigating digitized primary sources

Introduce Essentials workshop activity

Take a break as needed

Individual Work: Practice navigating the Library’s site, finding primary sources, getting help and feedback from facilitators.

Everyone complete the workshop assignment.

3:30 – 4:00

Wrap up

  • Final Reflection/ Essentials workshop activity
  • Submit assignments/Share ideas from Workshop Activity
  • UNC Evaluation
  • LOC Evaluation
  • Certificates
  • For those seeking credit, you will sign up for Blackboard class with instructor help.