- firstname.lastname@example.org – Steve Clugston of Temecula is a historical actor. He is available for homeschool presentations.
- email@example.com – Shelley Peters of Nuevo teaches historical sewing
- http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/08/the_crusades_reconsidered.html – The Crusades Reconsidered
- 50 People Every Christian Should Know: learning from spiritual giants of the faith by Warren W. Wiersbe – available at our local library
- 3500 BC-450 AD Ancient History
- 450-1066 Early Middle Ages
- 1066-1300 High Middle Ages
- 1300-1450 Late Middle Ages
- 1380-1550 Renaissance
- 1500-1600 Reformation
- 1500–1899 Early Modern History
- 1900 – present Modern History
HISTORY AND HISTORICAL FICTION RESOURCES
For books, see SUGGESTED LITERATURE filed under LEARNING LINKS. The following video resources are available online:
- http://teachinghistory.org/teaching-materials/teaching-guides/24299 – Archives of Historic Footage
- http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu – Digital History
- http://www.aime.org – The Assn for Informational Media and Equipment is an organization offering copyright information and support to teachers, librarians
- http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video – history, cultural and science
- http://www.history.com – articles and lots of photos
- http://www.history.com/shows/classroom/articles/study-guides – Study guide materials that accompany The History Channel Classroom programs.
- https://blog.archive.org/2014/06/04/peering-at-a-dark-time-in-tiananmen-square-through-stokes-archive-glass – “Marion Stokes, an African American librarian and social justice advocate, dedicated the last thirty five years of her life to recording television news so that we might consider the past through the lens of contemporaneous media. Her devotion resulted in an extraordinary collection of 40,000 video cassettes. We are in the very early stages of beginning to index the collection and experiment with digitizing it.”
The following video resources are not available online:
This list is meant to be a quick reference for finding videos to go along with what we are reading in our history textbook. I read reviews before selecting what my child watches.
- National Geographic and The History Channel – Available at out local library
- http://www.elkriver.k12.mn.us/webpages/tmcgowan/index.cfm?subpage=12866 – This list is huge!
- http://www.vernonjohns.org/snuffy1186/movies.html – Historical movies in chronological order
- http://www.infocobuild.com/education/learn-through-videos/history/history-index.html – This is a collection of links to educational videos.
- http://www.imdb.com/list/pzb6Zlel67w – The Greatest 50 Historical Movies of All Time