Teachers help students make connections to war history

12/7/2012 | Battle Creek Enquirer (Mich.)

History teachers at a Michigan high school are working to help students make connections to a day that only some of their grandparents were alive to experience -- Pearl Harbor. Eventually, teachers say, students will have the same problem with the Sept. 11 attacks. A move to include more primary-source documents in history lessons is under way; teachers say this could help students get a better understanding of historic events.

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