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Saturday Seminar:

Teaching "Eyes on the Prize"

Led by
Dr. Janette Greenwood, associate professor of history at Clark University

Saturday, October 7, 2006
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village will provide an appropriate backdrop for this seminar on the Second Great Awakening, including a reenactment of a revival sermon in the Village Meeting House. This seminar will also include a look at primary source materials such as sermons and conversion narratives that will help bring the religious fervor and the urgency for reform movements to life.

Each seminar is worth 5 PDPs, and you are expected to attend the entire event. You do not have to be enrolled in the fall Teaching American History (TAH) course to be eligible to register for the Saturday seminars, but you must be a teacher in the Worcester, Millbury, or Sutton public school districts. Some pre-reading may be required. Space is limited.


Registration Deadline: September 29

To register, please contact Amy Sopcak at (508) 471-2129 or asopcak[at] Preference will be given to teachers from the Worcester, Millbury, and Sutton school districts, but teachers from other districts who are interested are encouraged to contact Amy to be placed on a waiting list.


TAH Courses, Saturday Seminars, and Summer Institutes, 2006-2008



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