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Visit any school in the United States and chances are that you will find at least one of the social studies teachers showing a film about history. This book provides an overview of teaching with film to enhance social studies instruction. It offers pre- and in-service teachers with ideas for implementing film-based lessons in their own classrooms.
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"...Teaching History with Film provides useful guidelines for a thoughtful, sophisticated use of film to serve a range of instructional purposes in the secondary classroom. In doing so, it offers teachers and education faculty a helpful resource in effectively using a medium that has long been a staple of the history classroom."--The History Teacher
"The book is a valuable resource of ideas and possibilities when contemplating how to teach history in the secondary classroom. The authors do a fine job of including real teachers’ thinking around approaching their curriculum. In advocating for the thoughtful use of film to help students learn about broad themes, big issues, and pertinent topics spanning the passage of time, Marcus et al. show how history has the power to connect us all, past and present."--Teachers College Record
"This book offers a provocative and emerging effort to incorporate film into social studies curricula."--Theory & Research in Social Education
"Having read Teaching History with Film, we can no longer think of film as the too-familiar Friday standby...Carefully drawn classroom contexts, attention to the research base (much of it the authors') and a solid grounding in theory make it clear that teaching history with film has benefits commensurate with its challenges, especially in regard to highly controversial topics. This book is an outstanding contribution to the literature on teaching and learning history."--Linda S. Levstik, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction, University of KentuckyAbout the Author:
Alan S. Marcus is an Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut.
Scott Alan Metzger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Pennsylvania State University at University Park.
Richard J. Paxton is the Thomas S. Thompson Distinguished Professor of Education at Pacific University, Oregon.
Jeremy D. Stoddard is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at the College of William & Mary.
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