New York City by yurtgc548


									New York City
   New York
    Teaching American History
           Grant (TAH)
• Federal Program: Bringing History Alive
• Professors, Teachers, Students Inter-woven
• Western Illinois University and ROE # 26
  – Dr. Larry Balsalmo, Superintendent of Schools Gary
    Eddington, Jean Lewis
  – Three-year, $900,000 Federal TAH travel grant
   2006 Washington D.C., Jamestown, Williamsburg,
    Baltimore, Gettysburg
   2007 San Francisco, Donner Pass, Sutter’s Mill
   2008 New York, Sagamore Hill, Hyde Park, West Point
             Teachers Give Back
•   Read two non-fiction historical works
•   Write two lesson plans
•   Pre-test students
•   Teach three lesson plans
•   Post-test students
•   Give two community presentations
                          New York City, New York

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•   Description A map showing the five boroughs of New York City, as well as airports.
    1: Manhattan
    2: Brooklyn
    3: Queens
    4: The Bronx
    5: Staten Island

•   Airports: North East: LGA; South East: JFK; West: EWR
•   Source I created this image using various maps and images.
•   Date 2005-08-18
•   Author Julius Schorzman
•   Permission
    (Reusing this image) see below
What a View

 Skyline view of the Statue of
 Liberty, Empire State Building,
 and the City
Fun in the Sun

            Coney Island, June 9, 2008
            97 Degrees,
            This is all that is left:
            Boardwalk, amusements,
            sand and beach

        Sagamore Hill, Oyster
        Bay, Long Island home
        of Theodore Roosevelt
FDR Hyde Park

     Park, home of FDR
West Point

             US Military Academy,
             West Point, NY, on the
             Hudson River
   The Sad and Memorable 911 Sites

St. Paul’s Church, a haven in
devastation. Patches left to    Fallen beam in shape
honor those dead by first       of cross fell as is
responders                      from towers
The Absurd
Me Me Me Me Me, Oh and Others

         Rockette, Matt,
         The Lady, The
         Mob with US
         Grant, The Not
         So Yankees,
         Balto, and Me
Take A Bite

Cynthia Lightle

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