Anticipation Guide – Web Resources True or False 1. New Jersey standards, activities, and power point presentations may be found within EACH of the fifteen (15) historical categories/units of study found within Cicero – Teaching Beyond the Textbook. 2. Instructional videos may be accessed directly from Cicero for immediate classroom use and may serve as an overview and/or introduction to specific historical time periods. 3. The American Institute for History Education grant fellowship web site allows access to ALL A.I.H.E. Teaching American History grants from around the country, including best practice lesson plans. 4. A.I.H.E. TV is a program designed for history teachers, students, and history buffs that may be accessed free of charge from Teacher Tube. 5. Talking History presents monthly professional development opportunities on a variety of history topics and also includes live video feeds to encourage viewers to become interactive with featured historians. 6. The New Jersey Amistad curriculum web site provides twelve (12) units of study and activities designed to mirror New Jersey C.C.C.S. in social studies.