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Wright State University

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Binkley, Timothy

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Moving Along: Learning American History At Huffman Prairie Flying Field Interpretative Center/Wright Memorial: Grade 5 Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

Moving Along: Learning American History At Huffman Prairie Flying Field Interpretative Center/Wright Memorial: Grade 5 Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about how different forms of transportation aided in the expansion and development of the United States.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


The Making Of A Poet And A People. Learning American History At Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial: Grade 9 (10) Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

The Making Of A Poet And A People. Learning American History At Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial: Grade 9 (10) Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about the life and poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.

This lesson plan was created between 2003-2005.


Americans On The Move: Grade 5 American History Lesson Plan, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

Americans On The Move: Grade 5 American History Lesson Plan, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about how different forms of transportation aided in the expansion and development of the United States.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.


They Changed The World: Learning American History At Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center / Hoover Block: Grade 9 (10) Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

They Changed The World: Learning American History At Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center / Hoover Block: Grade 9 (10) Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about the period 1875-1925 and how it was a time of vast scientific, technical and social change in America.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.

This lesson plan was created between 2003-2005.


So Many Inventions, So Little Time: Learning American History At Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center/Hoover Block: Grade 5 Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley Jan 2003

So Many Inventions, So Little Time: Learning American History At Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center/Hoover Block: Grade 5 Field Trip Model, Timothy Binkley

Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention

The lesson plan is designed to teach students about the period 1875-1925 when scientists and inventors made many significant advances in science and technology.

This lesson plan was part of the Gateway to Dayton Teaching American History: Citizenship, Creativity, and Invention project which was sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council and was a National Endowment for the Humanities We The People project.

This lesson plan was created between 2003-2005.