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    3 Ways to use Kami in a Social Studies Classroom

    In social studies classrooms around the world, teachers use documents and images as a daily part of their curriculum. History is built on the analysis of first-hand accounts.  The interpretation of the meaning behind the words and images is archived for modern-day historians to retell stories.   While teaching high school history, I wanted to continually engage my students in this type of thinking and self-directed learning, allowing the students to become historians in my classroom.  In order to accomplish this task, I made it a goal to use as many different sources and documents in my classroom as possible.  With this task came an amazing waste of paper!  I…