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Lesson plans. Select lesson plans that most directly support The Henry Ford’s educational theme “American Democracy & Civil Rights.” Created by participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers: America’s Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford, 2009, 2010, 2011   Get Document   View Summary
 
Lesson plans. Select lesson plans that most directly support The Henry Ford’s educational theme “American Innovation.” Created by participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers: America’s Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford, 2009, 2010, 2011   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2009 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2009 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2009 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2009 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2010 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2010 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2010 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online lesson plans. Developed by participants in the 2011 National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers "America's Industrial Revolution" at The Henry Ford.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Expert Set in Online Collections. Artifacts in The Henry Ford's unparalled Industrial Revolution collection for you to browse & study.    View Website   View Summary
 
A guide that is aimed at helping teachers, after-school providers and parents to create a culture that can foster creativity and innovation among youth on an everyday basis so that creativity and innovation become habits of mind and a positive strength from within. Ideas, tips, tools and resources that are part of this guide are designed to be used in a flexible manner to inspire youth with a can-do attitude whether it is in the classroom, after-school programs or at home.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Educational activity book from The Henry Ford. It provides historical facts and primary sources about Henry Ford in a fun, relevant and engaging manner to inspire a love of reading among youth. It also reinforces 21st-century skills development by providing unique learning opportunities for critical and innovative thinking and creative visualization. (This book is also known as The Henry Ford Story - Reading Inspiration.)   View Website   View Summary
 
An educational activity book that provides historical facts and primary sources in a fun, relevant and engaging manner to inspire a love of reading among youth. It also reinforces 21st-century skills development by providing unique learning opportunities for critical and innovative thinking and creative visualization.   View Website   View Summary
 
Guide to The Henry Ford's Civil War-related offerings. Incorporates resources available during entire 150th commemoration as well as Discovering the Civil War limited-engagement exhibit.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Interactive Module. Investigate the daily lives of the Daggetts, a colonial family living in northeastern Connecticut.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. The photographers of the Detroit Publishing Company, founded in 1895, brought the world to everyone's living room.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit of The Henry Ford's historic costume collection. Much can be learned about societies and individuals by examining the way clothing was made and what people wore.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Explore R. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion House - the only surviving prototype of Fuller's vision for mass-produced, affordable housing.    View Website   View Summary
 
Elementary DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan connects migration from rural areas, the American South, and Europe to the Northern U.S. in the early 20th century with to life today. Uses digitized primary sources. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Guia del educador para la pelicula de IMAX El Vuelo de las Monarca.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Expanded, full-text description of Michigan Grade Level/High School Content Expectations and National Standards for Everest IMAX film and Educator Guide.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Educator guide for the IMAX film Everest.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Interactive. Access our easy-to-use digital galleries, research, then create and post your own online exhibitions. Exhibits can be shared online.    View Website   View Summary
 
Student handout. Show students how to take on the tasks of researching, collecting, organizing, and writing for an online exhibit using The Henry Ford's cool ExhibitBuilder online tool.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Video interview with curator Bob Casey and article on Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company, inventor of the Model T and innovator of the moving assembly line.   View Website   Watch Video   View Summary
 
Lesson plans. Select lesson plans that most directly support The Henry Ford’s educational theme “Science and Technology.” Created by participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers: America’s Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford, 2009, 2010, 2011   Get Document   View Summary
 
Educator Guide for the IMAX 3D film Flight of the Butterflies.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Timeline of the history of Ford Motor Company.    View Website   View Summary
 
Research material. Information on Henry Ford’s story, the Model T, the assembly line and innovation from the curators of The Henry Ford. Includes hyperlinks to artifacts in The Henry Ford's Online Collections. *For ease of use, downloading is recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Research Material. Information on American auto racing from the curators of The Henry Ford. Includes hyperlinks to artifacts in The Henry Ford's Online Collections. *For ease of use, downloading is recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Research Material. Information on the American auto industry and its impact, automobile issues today and 20th-century migration and immigration from the curators of The Henry Ford. Includes hyperlinks to artifacts in The Henry Ford's Online Collections. *For ease of use, downloading is recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Educator Guide for George Washington Carver traveling exhibit, at Henry Ford Museum Nov. 2010 - Feb. 2011 as well as permanent resources available at The Henry Ford. Even separate from the exhibit, it contains useful background information, guiding questions, and suggested activities. Produced by the Field Museum and adapted by The Henry Ford.   Get Document   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. Learn about glass making, the paper mill, and workers with disabilities at the Rouge.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit of Herman Miller furniture and product literature collections. Herman Miller, Inc., a Zeeland, Michigan company founded in 1923, has become a leader in design and manufacture of modern furniture.   View Website   View Summary
 
Exhibit in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the early days of flight. Online exhibit, downloadable lesson plans and student "pilot logs" available.    View Website   View Summary
 
Middle School Teacher Packet. Showcases the Ford Rouge Factory Tour as it explores how citizens, industry, and government all play a role in ecosystem restoration. For Grades 6-8.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Free downloadable Teacher Guide to accompany If I Had a Hammer program in Henry Ford Museum. Includes pre- and post-visit activities and curriculum connections.   Get Document   View Summary
 
High School DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan examines how people create society-changing innovations, and the causes and consequences of those innovations, through a case study of Henry Ford, his Model T, and the automobile industry from past to present. Uses digitized primary sources. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Interactive module. Uses oral history interviews of some of America's most iconic innovators (past and present) and other assets of The Henry Ford's OnInnovation.com website to explore the basic tenets of innovation and its role in participants' own lives.    View Website   View Summary
 
Educational materials supplementing the IMAX film Jerusalem. Discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to three major religions through the stories of Jewish, Christian and Muslim families who call Jerusalem home.    View Website   View Summary
 
PowerPoint for Lesson 4, With Malice Toward None - Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, in Perspectives on Leadership: Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass High School Unit Plan.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Educational Resources related to the IMAX film Lewis and Clark: Great Journey West.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Elementary School Teacher Packet. Showcases the Ford Rouge Factory Tour as it explores how the needs of plants and animals in an ecosystem can be impacted by humans. For Grades 3-5.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Teacher packet. Three unit plans for grades 8-12 focusing on Abraham Lincoln that use the online video Lincoln's Legacy: Race, Freedom and Equality of Opportunity Town Hall Lecture.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Interactive Module. Explore artifacts, stories and the cramped quarters of an enslaved carpenter at Georgia's Hermitage Plantation.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online Unit Plan. Designed to motivate students to become informed about political issues and participate in the political process. This real life experience helps students research issues and voice their opinions using 21st century technology to inform and influence others.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Interactive Module. Follow a fictional family as they purchase and use their first automobile.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Lesson Plans. Uses selected primary sources. Includes these lessons: Remembering the Model T; The Road Trip: Then and Now; The $5 Day: Mixed Blessing?, A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words; The Ad Game.    View Website   View Summary
 
High School DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan explores the pulls and promises of life as an autoworker in the early 1900s, whether these promises were fulfilled and how they connect to life today. Uses digitized primary sources. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Educator guide for the IMAX film NASCAR 3D.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Guide for Greenfield Village One-Room School Program downloadable online. Includes historical background and pre-, post-, and during visit suggestions, curriculum connections, and full bibliography.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Website from The Henry Ford. Collection of oral histories from today's visionaries; includes video, transcripts, and contextual information. Connects today's and yesterday's innovators.    View Website   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. Looks at the Rouge’s contentious and sometimes violent labor history. Each image is accompanied by background information chronicling the five-year struggle to organize the Rouge.   View Website   View Summary
 
High school DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan explores how the principles of physics, including time, net force, acceleration and momentum are an integral part of American auto racing using The Henry Ford's digital collections. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Each month, our curators choose unique and interesting items from our collection to showcase.   View Website   View Summary
 
Lesson plan for grades 6-12 that explore Rosa Parks and the concept of social innovation.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Bibliography of books and websites on Rosa Parks. Appropriate for grades 6-12 and adult readers.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Lesson plans. Select lesson plans that most directly support The Henry Ford’s educational theme “Science and Technology.” Created by participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers: America’s Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford, 2009, 2010, 2011   Get Document   View Summary
 
Elementary/Middle School DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan explores how American auto racing uses scientific concepts like force, change in motion, speed and energy through examples from The Henry Ford's digital collections. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
High School Teacher Packet. Showcases the Ford Rouge Factory Tour as it explores how environmental sustainability is affected by personal and business decisions. For Grades 9-12.   Get Document   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. Examines sophisticated technological and environmental innovations at the Rouge which manage water, soil and daylight.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Expert Set in Online Collections. See artifacts in The Henry Ford's collections which tell the story of Henry Ford's innovative mass production methods, a crowning achievement of the Industrial Revolution. Also learn how the Industrial Revolution continues in the auto industry today!    View Website   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Information on the life and work of Henry Ford. Also includes a history of Ford Motor Company.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Information on the life and work of Thomas Edison. Also includes a history of Menlo Park Laboratory.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Information on the life and work of Orville and Wilbur Wright.   View Website   View Summary
 
Educator Guide for the IMAX film The Magic of Flight.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Follow the journey of the Montgomery City bus on which Rosa Parks initiated a new era in the American quest for freedom and equality to its new home in Henry Ford Museum.   View Website   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. A general overview of The Rouge from its establishment as the largest industrial complex in the world in the 20th century to its revitalization in the 21st century. Each image includes brief, background information. Many images include questions for further analysis, interpretation and discussion.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Features significant automobiles of the American experience.    View Website   View Summary
 
Educator Guide for Titanica IMAX film.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Explore the toys,games and dolls children played with in the past and what parents did – or didn’t – consider important about their children’s playthings. See how advances in technology changed toys.   View Website   View Summary
 
Teacher materials to accompany Toys online exhibit. Includes activities, other resources and bibliography.    View Website   View Summary
 
Lesson plans. Select lesson plans that most directly support The Henry Ford’s educational theme “Transportation in America.” Created by participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops for School Teachers: America’s Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford, 2009, 2010, 2011   View Website   View Summary
 
Middle/High School DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan includes classroom activities using The Henry Ford's transportation collections help students relate to topics such as consumption, migration, and public goods. Uses digitized primary sources. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Exhibit in Henry Ford Museum and Online Exhibit. Focuses on the Revolutionary Era, the Antislavery Movement and Civil War Era, Women's Suffrage Movement, and Civil Rights Movement. Online resources include Lesson Plans, Exhibit Exploration Guide, and Timeline with Related Artifacts.   View Website   View Summary
 
Lesson Plans for Gr. 4-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Comprehensive downloadable teacher guides are available with age-appropriate curriculum ties each connecting “democracy in action” in With Liberty and Justice for All. All Teachers Guides include an Introduction with an Overview, Objectives and Guiding Questions; Related Michigan Curriculum Framework Content Standards and Benchmarks; Related Core Democratic Values and Vocabulary; Materials Needed; Pre-Visit Activities; Post-Visit Project and Rubric; Extension Activities, Bibliography; Primary Sources and Primary Source Investigation Worksheets.   View Website   View Summary
 
Elementary Online DigiKit. This teacher guide & unit plan using our online collections to explore the Model T- a world-changing innovation. Uses digitized primary sources. *For ease of use, downloading recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Exhibit in Henry Ford Museum and Online. Take a look back at this past century and our "everyday" world. Reminisce with this exhibit spanning five generations.   View Website   View Summary
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