THEN Teaching History and Economics of Nebraska
Nebraska history is filled with economics events!
How to Use THENThis website will help you teach the economic concepts that are important for elementary students to learn as they study Nebraska history. Several approaches are useful on THEN:
- If you know the concepts you want to teach, start at Lessons by Concept
- If you use The Nebraska Adventure textbook, go to the Concepts/Lessons for Textbook page for a fast start
- If you are learning about teaching economics to 4th graders, review Economics Concepts K-6 and the Concepts Glossary
- If you want to read background information, get auxiliary materials, or find student sites, go to External Resources
- If you want photos of Nebraska economic history, go to the Historical Society Resources page
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