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Museum Live! (Free Program)

from The Durham Museum

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Each week Museum Live! brings 30 minutes of interactive and engaging content straight to your home or classroom. This broadcast-style show includes segments featuring guest speakers from our Smithsonian network, a behind-the-scenes look at museum exhibits and artifacts, cultural connections to the community, and even currents events. Plus, teachers and parents will receive a follow-up activity after each session. Join us week after week for new content, submit questions or topic ideas, and even have a chance for one of your students to join us live! This program is sure to become the highlight of your week.


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About This Program

Cost

Multipoint: $0.00
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FREE!


This program is free of charge.

Length

30 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Minimum participants:

None

Maximum participants:

None


Primary Disciplines

Social Studies/History


Program Delivery Mode

Zoom



Booking Information

Date/Time
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12/07/2020 04:00 AM - 04:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 12/06/2020)
12/14/2020 04:00 AM - 04:30 AM (Registration Deadline: 12/13/2020)

This program is offered every Monday morning from 10AM to 10:30AM Central Time.

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For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

Please notify us with-in 48 hours if it is necessary to cancel a session. We understand that cancelations my occur (ie due to weather) and will reschedule

About This Provider

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The Durham Museum

Omaha, NE
United States

The Durham Museum offers a fascinating look at the history of the region and offers a broad-range of traveling exhibits covering subjects ranging from history and culture, to science, industry and more through our affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution and strong ties with the Library of Congress, National Archives and the Field Museum.

Contact:
Education Department
education@durhammuseum.org
4024445027

Program Details

Format

This broadcast-style show includes segments featuring guest speakers from our Smithsonian network, a behind-the-scenes look at museum exhibits and artifacts, cultural connections to the community, and even currents events.

Objectives

- highlight cultural connections to the community
- explore museum exhibits and artifacts
- connect with currents events

Standards Alignment

State Standards

Kindergarten
SS K.4.1 Recognize patterns of continuity and change over time in themselves and others.
SS K.4.1.a Identify concepts of time and chronology.
SS K.4.2 Recognize different perspectives of events.
SS K.4.2.a Compare perspectives of self and others.
SS K.4.3 Identify historical people, events, and symbols.
SS K.4.3.a Recognize historical people from a variety of cultures.
SS K.4.3.c Differentiate between stories from the present and the past.
SS K.4.4 Develop historical inquiry and research skills.
SS K.4.4.b Identify and cite appropriate sources when conducting historical research.
SS K.4.4.c Gather and communicate historical information.

Grade 1
SS 1.4.1 Recognize patterns of continuity and change over time in families.
SS 1.4.1.a List and describe life events over time.
SS 1.4.1.b Compare and contrast family life from earlier times and today.
SS 1.4.2 Identify multiple perspectives of diverse family traditions.
SS 1.4.2.a Compare and contrast family traditions across cultures.
SS 1.4.3 Describe historical people, events, and symbols.
SS 1.4.3.a Identify the contributions of historical people.
SS 1.4.3.c Describe how oral traditions, books, letters, and other artifacts help us to understand the past.
SS 1.4.4 Develop historical inquiry and research skills.
SS 1.4.4.b Identify and cite appropriate texts, letters, and other artifacts for research.
SS 1.4.4.c Gather and communicate historical information about families.

Grade 2
SS 2.4.1 Recognize patterns of continuity and change over time in neighborhoods.
SS 2.4.1.a Describe how a neighborhood has changed over the course of time using maps and other artifacts.
SS 2.4.1.b Compare and contrast how different neighborhoods have changed over time.
SS 2.4.2 Compare multiple perspectives of events within neighborhoods.
SS 2.4.2.a Compare and contrast perspectives from multiple sources regarding the same event.
SS 2.4.3 Determine past and current events, issues, and people relevant to a neighborhood.
SS 2.4.3.a Describe historical people, events, ideas, and symbols (including various cultures and ethnic groups) that impacted a neighborhood.
SS 2.4.4 Develop historical inquiry and research skills.
SS 2.4.4.b Identify, obtain, and cite appropriate primary and secondary sources for research.
SS 2.4.4.c Gather and present historical information about a neighborhood.

Grade 3
SS. 3.4.1 Detect and apply patterns of continuity and change over time in communities (town or city).
SS 3.4.1.a Describe community events over time using maps and other artifacts.
SS 3.4.1.b Compare and contrast how different communities have changed over time. For example: parks and playground equipment, different economic communities, different kinds of schools, compare rural and urban communities
SS 3.4.2 Describe and explain multiple perspectives of events within a community.
SS 3.4.2.a Describe the role of diverse groups of people, events, and ideas in the development of a community.
SS 3.4.2.b Compare and contrast conflicting perspectives about a past event in a community.
SS 3.4.3 Select past and current events and people relevant to the community.
SS 3.4.3.a Determine factual information about community historical events through use of a variety of sources such as artifacts, pictures, and documents.
SS 3.4.3.b Identify how decisions affected events in a community.
SS 3.4.4 Develop historical inquiry and research skills.
SS 3.4.4.a Construct and answer questions about multiple community histories from viewpoints of that community.
SS 3.4.4.b Identify, obtain, and cite appropriate primary and secondary sources for research about the local community.
SS 3.4.4.c Gather and communicate historical information about the community.
Grade 4
SS 4.4.1 Investigate patterns of continuity and change over time in Nebraska.
SS 4.4.1.a Analyze the chronology of key state and/or regional events and communicate their impact on the past, present, and future.
SS 4.4.2 Analyze and explain multiple perspectives of events in Nebraska, including historically marginalized and underrepresented groups.
SS 4.4.2.a Compare and contrast primary and secondary sources to better understand multiple perspectives of the same event.
SS 4.4.2.b Identify and describe how various sources relate their perspectives of Nebraska history.
SS 4.4.3 Analyze past and current events throughout Nebraska history.
SS 4.4.3.a Analyze key sources in Nebraska history to determine credibility and context.
SS 4.4.3.b Identify key events in American history that shaped or were shaped by Nebraskans.
SS 4.4.4 Develop historical inquiry and research skills.
SS 4.4.4.a Construct and answer questions about Nebraska history.
SS 4.4.4.b Identify and cite primary and secondary sources to research the history of Nebraska.
SS 4.4.4.c Gather, analyze, and communicate historical information about Nebraska.

Grade 5
SS 5.4.1 Investigate patterns of continuity and change over time from the Pre-Columbian era through the Constitution.
SS 5.4.1.a Examine the chronology of key events in the United States and communicate their impact on various groups in the past, present, and future.
SS 5.4.2 Describe and explain multiple perspectives of historical events in the Pre-Columbian era through the Constitution including marginalized and underrepresented groups.
SS 5.4.2.a Compare and contrast primary and secondary sources to better understand multiple perspectives of the same event.
SS 5.4.2.b Identify and describe how multiple perspectives facilitate the understanding of US history.
SS 5.4.3 Analyze past and current events and challenges from the Pre-Columbian era through the Constitution.
SS 5.4.3.a Compare the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols on various cultures and ethnic groups in the Pre-Columbian era through the Constitution.
SS 5.4.4 Apply the inquiry process to construct and answer historical questions.
SS 5.4.4.b Evaluate and cite appropriate primary and secondary sources to research the Pre-Columbian era through the Constitution.
SS 5.4.4.c Gather, analyze, and communicate historical information from the Pre-Columbian era through the Constitution from multiple sources.