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Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers

Name: Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers Brief Description of the Site: Dr. Martin Levine's Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers site has useful Internet links for social studies teachers. It is the most complete social studies resource I've seen on the Internet. There are
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Dr. Martin Levine's Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers site has useful Internet links for social studies teachers. It is the most complete social studies resource I've seen on the Internet. There are also links to social studies services, newsgroups, and curriculum.

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If you teach social studies, history, or humanities and find a need for lesson plans and research material, you need look no further than Dr. Martin Levine's Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers. From the main page, teachers will find organized links for lesson plans and strategies, online activities, and current events. Levine's site takes the searching part out of the planning. If you're a social studies teacher and in doubt of what to do this week or tomorrow, this is the answer.

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