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Aztec

Look through these artifacts from the Aztec and choose what you believe to be the most important ones. 

Laura Koroski
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Erin Hurley
10
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec civilization. Items in this collection were found via the Smithsonian learning lab and additional outside research. Appropriate  citations have been included. 

Cory Latchford
10
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Jesse Laird
14
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Conner Griffie
12
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Makenzie Drake
9
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Emma Lark
9
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

alexa walter
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec civilization. items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.     

Caroline Horst
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies be an introduction to the Aztec Civilization. Items in this collection were found via Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included.

Morris Hess IV
8
 

Aztec

This collection was created for Honors World Studies to be an introduction to the Aztec civilization. Items in this collection were found via the Smithsonian Learning Lab and additional outside research. Appropriate citations have been included. 

Hannah Martin
5
 

Awesome Pics

Historical Pics that are awesome!!!
JACK CAVAZOS
7
 

Aviation History: Highlights Collection

This is a Smithsonian Learning Lab topical collection, which contains images, text, and other multimedia resources that may complement the Tween Tribune feature, A detachable airplane cabin and other strange aviation ideas. Use these resources to introduce or augment your study of this topic. If you want to personalize this collection by changing or adding content, click the Sign Up link above to create a free account.  If you are already logged in, click the copy button to initiate your own version. Learn more here

Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access
28
 

Autumn Artworks: Highlights Collection

This is a Smithsonian Learning Lab topical collection, which contains images, text, and other multimedia resources that may complement the Tween Tribune feature, 'Spectacular' fall foliage forecast for New England. Use these resources to introduce or augment your study of this topic. If you want to personalize this collection by changing or adding content, click the Sign Up link above to create a free account.  If you are already logged in, click the copy button to initiate your own version. Learn more here

Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access
34
 

Austin: 1920's and 1930's Artifacts

The purpose is to show the most important points of the 1920's and the 1930's. 

Austin Thinnes
10
 

Auschwitz

This is a collection of primary sources showing the conditions in the camp and some famous symbols people think of when thinking about Auschwitz. There is a video with survivors of Auschwitz telling their stories. This collection helps us remember the Holocaust by showing the conditions they were forced to live in and hearing it from the people who lived it

Sam Guzzo
5
 

Aurora Borealis

The Northern Lights remind us how truly fabulous nature can be.
Debora Moore
10
 

Aug 2 1923: Stelfox Bee with corresponding field note 2-9-23

Unidentified bee collected by Stelfox on the 2nd of August 1923 at The Dingle, Ireland
Siobhan Leachman
2
 

Audrey J.

The Ocean's Art

The Wonders of the Ocean are amazing. That’s why I decided to create an exhibit about the animals inside the curiosity. The collection is about how animals and life in the ocean affect and engage us in ways that “wonder” humans. I chose this theme because learning about lives other than humans’ is how we could consider by “thinking outside the box.”

Today readers can take away the understanding of other lives and how hey can engage you in ways you might not have liked or imagined.

SI Museum Makers 2019
14
 

Attention-grabbing headlines don't always tell truth!

Attention-grabbing headlines don't always tell truth!

Pictures are powerful, sometimes edited!

Twitter doesn't tell whole story.


In the era of "fake news" and information overload, we all need to become better readers of the words and pictures that are used to explain what is going on in the world around us. In this activity, students and teachers will consider:

How can the choice of image or words convey different messages about current events? How do journalists and editors shape the news through their choices?

This student activity asks students to look at several images of young people resisting a law or recent event. Their task is to write two different headlines for that image designed to appeal to different audiences. They will also be asked to research the context for the image and to consider how that might impact their headlines.

The goals of this lesson are to:

  • explore image and word choice as news drivers (factors that make items newsworthy or appealing to readers)
  • determine how journalists and editors shape the news through their choices
  • encourage news literacy and a critical reading of headlines and photojournalism in the future.
Kate Harris
15
 

Atomic City in the Appalachian Mountains

The Manhattan Project didn't begin in a lab in Los Alamos Nevada - it began in the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee. President Roosevelt wanted to put an end to WWII, so in December of 1942 he authorized the Manhattan Project. Work on procuring and clearing land for the Oak Ridge Tennessee site was already underway.
By the end of WWII, Oak Ridge was the fifth largest town in Tennessee and the Clinton Engineer Works consumed 1/7th of all the power produced in the nation.
Linda Muller
19
 

Atomic Bomb

An introductory set to accompany Steve Sheinkin's book Bomb.
Sara Benis
7
 

Athletes and Aviators: Women Who Shaped History

This topical collection includes resources related to featured women athletes and aviators. This collection includes portraits of the athletes and aviators, related artifacts, articles, videos with experts, and related Smithsonian Learning Lab collections. Use this collection to launch lessons about the women's life stories, primary source analysis, and examination of the context in which these women lived and made their contributions. This collection is not comprehensive but rather provides a launching point for research and study.  

Keywords: Bessie Coleman, Pancho Barnes, Babe Zaharias, Billie Jean King, Florence Griffith Joyner ("Flo Jo"), Ibtihaj Muhammad, #BecauseOfHerStory

Ashley Naranjo
39
 

Athens vs Persia

Abele Solomon
6
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