Thursday, March 31, 2011

150th Anniversary of the Civil War

150th Anniversary of the Civil War
Commemorate the sesquicentennial with over 300 video clips from
A&E Television Networks and numerous teacher resources!

What do you know about the Gettysburg Address? Abraham Lincoln? Ulysses S. Grant? From 1861 to 1865, the War of the States created a significant amount of historical content in which we now share with students starting the day they attend school.

Learn360 and our longstanding content partner A&E Television Networks, which includes A&E
®, HISTORY® and BIO® , bring you all the resources you'll need to engage your students in one of the most important events in U.S. History!

With over 1,500 Learn360 resources surrounding the Civil War period, including 300 video clips from A&E®, you can bring this era back to life in your classroom.
Click here to view videos, speeches, images and articles and customize a lesson plan that's right for you.

To further support the anniversary, A&E Television Networks is hosting the National Civil War Student Challenge in April, in recognition of Civil War Week on HISTORY® . Students 13-19 can register for the Challenge through the end of March, which will take place April 7th-9th, and qualify to earn scholarships based on their answers to a 100-question quiz. Learn more.

Bring history alive in your classroom today with Learn360 and A&E Television Networks!

Your Learn360 Team

(WSFCS Teachers can access Learn360 through Learning Village)

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