Preparing the Next Generation of Oral Historians: An Anthology of Oral History Education

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Barry Allen Lanman, Laura Marie Wendling
Rowman Altamira, 2006 - 483 Seiten
Preparing the Next Generation of Oral Historians is an invaluable resource to educators seeking to bring history alive for students at all levels. The anthology opens with chapters on the fundamentals of oral history and its place in the classroom, but its heart lies in nearly two dozen insightful personal essays by educators who have successfully incorporated oral history into their own teaching. Filled with step by step descriptions and positive student feedback, these chapters offers practical suggestions on creating curricula, engaging students, gathering community support, and meeting educational standards. Lanman and Wendling open each chapter with thoughtful questions that guide readers, whether unfamiliar with oral history or seeking to refine their approach, in applying the examples to their own classrooms. The bibliography of further resources at the anthology's close provides interested educators with all the information necessary to transform their lessons and show their students' history's power as a living force within their own lives and communities.

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Editors Introduction
5
Excerpts from the Publications of The Foxfire Fund Inc
7
Editors Introduction
15
Studss Place in Oral History Education
17
Editors Introduction
33
Oral History in the Classroom
35
Editors Introduction
55
A Model for the Use of Oral History in Education
57
Recipe for a Middle School Oral History Program
255
Editors Introduction
265
Baltimore County Public Schools
267
Editors Introduction
273
Grade Eleven Unit Overview
275
Editors Introduction
281
Hope Fear and Rock n Roll
283
Oral History in Secondary Schools Program and Project Vignettes
288

Editors Introduction
69
TeacherStudent Collaborations in Oral History Projects
71
Editors Introduction
73
From Sound to Print and Back Again
75
Editors Introduction
83
Meeting Standards
85
Editors Introduction
115
Oral History Education at the Idaho Oral History Center
117
Editors Introduction
121
Reflections on Educating CitizenHistorians
123
Editors Introduction
131
Teaching Considerations and Institutional Review Boards and the Law
133
ORAL HISTORY IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
141
Oral History in Elementary Schools
143
Editors Introduction
145
Oral History Projects in the Elementary Social Studies Classroom
147
Editors Introduction
161
Creating Contexts for Studying History with Students Learning English
163
Editors Introduction
171
Making Meaning Meeting Standards
173
Editors Introduction
181
Oral History Projects in Elementary Schools
183
Editors Introduction
195
Connecting the Past to the Present for Students with Special Needs
197
Editors Introduction
203
Sixth Graders Learn from Alzheimer Elderly
205
Editors Introduction
212
Oral History in Secondary Schools
219
Oral History in Secondary Schools
221
Editors Introduction
223
Oral History in the Secondary School Classroom
225
Editors Introduction
237
An Oral History Project for the Secondary School Classroom
239
Editors Introduction
253
Oral History in Colleges and Universities
295
Oral History in Colleges and Universities
297
Editors Introduction
299
Authentic Task Learning for the College Classroom
301
Editors Introduction
311
Getting Students into History
313
Editors Introduction
327
Values and Methods in the Classroom Transformation of Oral History
329
Editors Introduction
339
into the Classroom through Oral Histories and Autobiographical Texts
341
Editors Introduction
347
Oral History Performance in the Classroom
349
Editors Introduction
357
The September 11th Testimony Project
359
Editors Introduction
371
Oral History as an Engine to the Power of Education
373
Editors Introduction
381
An Application of Philosophy Theory and Pedagogy in RealWorld Settings
383
Editors Introduction
393
Destroyer Escorts in World War II The Little Warship That Could
395
Editors Introduction
399
Interviewing Radical Elders
401
Editors Introduction
407
Reflections on a Graduate School Education
409
Editors Introduction
416
Resources for the Oral History Educator
423
Resources for the Oral History Educator
425
Compiled from the Articles Published in Preparing the Next Generation of Oral Historians An Anthology of Oral History Education
427
Sample Syllabus
437
A Bibliography of Oral History Education
445
Principles and Standards of the Oral History Association
449
Index
463
About the Editors and Contributors
469
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Über den Autor (2006)

Barry A. Lanman is the Director of the Martha Ross Center for Oral History and a professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Concurrently, he serves as an oral history consultant/interviewer and specializes in the field of oral history as an educational methodology. Laura Wendling has also served on the Executive Board of the California Council for the Social Studies and on the Archives Committee for the National Council for the Social Studies. And she was honored with California State University San Marcos' Distinguished Professor award in 2000.

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