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Option C: American Indian Video Lectures

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Suggestions: In your online video review, you may analyze the following questions:

  • Name and year of the video.
  • What is the purpose of the video? (For example, to persuade, inform, question or entertain?)
  • What historic issues does the video address?
  • What is the video’s thesis or point of view?
  • What evident is used to support the thesis? How accurate is the evidence? Has relevant or conflicting evidence been omitted?
  • How valid is the video’s argument?
  • What has the video accomplished?
  • Would you like to print these instructions?

IMPORTANT: Your online video review should be 2-4 pages (Please, check the requirements for each collection), double-spaced, 1 inch margins, in 12-point font. Please e-mail a copy to the UB-TAH program coordinator and complete the survey below (required).


Please, read the instructions very carefully: Select and watch 1 (one collections "") of the following Online Videos on History and write a report paper, summarizing or Outlining the lectures you watched (Please, be aware, some of the collection have more than one video.) If you have any question, please, contact us


Project Deadline Option C: (You can send your work in any time on or before the deadline)
April 20, 2007: Summary, Critique or Outline Deadline

Please, send your 2 (two or more) pages Summaries/Outlines to antonioa@ext.usu.edu or Mail it to: Antonio A. Arce, UB-Teaching American History, 987 East Lagoon (124-9), Roosevelt, Utah 84066.

Would you like to apply what you have learned? (Not Required)
1. Search on the Utah State Core Curriculum and find out where it fit

2. Use the Sample Lesson and Activities available in our Online Resource Page where you also have access to an Online Resource in Primary Sources
3. UB-TAH Lesson Plan Form

Please, feel free on using this Online Resource Materials in your Classroom!

After visiting this American Indian Video Lectures webpage, would you please, take 3 minutes of your time and help us to know how we can better serve you and your students by completing the following survey? THANK YOU!


Please, feel free to contact us at any time,
Phone: (435) 722-1736
E-mail: antonioa@ext.usu.edu

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