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Many sites offer "This Day in History" resources that are a great way to teach current events, history, and cultural literacy. Imagine a classroom timeline that highlights current events or events connected to historic periods. Add pictures collected from Web resources such as the Library of Congress and LIFE magazine.Where can students find historical news headlines for any date?
Students will also find a list of living people who are celebrating birthdays on the day. An archive enables students to search for news headlines for any date. This Web site provides historical headlines for each day of the year. Video clips relating to historic events can be downloaded from the archive of the History Channel.How do you define history?
Wikipedia defines history as the discovery, collection, organization, and presentation of information about past events. It came from the Greek word ‘historia’ – which means ‘inquiry, knowledge acquired by investigation’.What are some mind-blowing facts about history?
Pope John Paul II was born near Krakow, Poland. Jacqueline Cochran became the first woman to fly faster than the speed of sound. India became the 6th country to become a nuclear power. Mount St. Helens, in Washington state, erupted after being dormant for 123 years.