Eagle Eye Citizen offers students and teachers a variety of primary sources to explore and look closer, such as sheet music, photographs, oral histories, and more. Discover additional ways to build students’ historical thinking skills and civic understanding through other Library of Congress primary sources and Eagle Eye Citizen professional development materials.
The Library of Congress features teacher guides that help students analyze a diverse range of primary sources.
The Library of Congress has many digital resources and classroom materials for teaching civics and US government. These materials can be used to supplement challenges in Eagle Eye Citizen, especially those focusing on elections, the Constitution, and the legislative branch.
Lesson plans, primary sources, and online exhibits on the electoral process and voting throughout American history. This resource can be used to provide further context for elections themed challenges in Eagle Eye Citizen.
Eagle Eye Citizen features a selection of political campaign songs and sheet music. Explore this online exhibit to learn more about campaign issues and presidential elections through music.
Teacher’s guide and primary source set on the creation of the Constitution, which can supplement Constitution challenges in Eagle Eye Citizen.
Explore interpretations and analyze the Constitution and Supreme Court decisions from Congress.gov.
List of congressional legislation, journals, debates, and other documents available at the Library of Congress. This resource can be used to provide context for the legislative branch challenges.
Contains classroom activities about the Continental Congress, the Constitutional Convention, and other records of the United States Congress.
These short videos about the legislative process at Congress.gov can provide important contextual information for students and educators engaging with legislative branch challenges in Eagle Eye Citizen.
A web-friendly explanatory guide on the legislative process at Congress.gov.
Eagle Eye Citizen includes many primary sources on the U.S. Capitol. Explore this online exhibit to learn more about the building of the U.S. Capitol.
The Library of Congress contains a multitude of teaching materials and digital resources that incorporate both time periods and themes in US History. These resources can be used to supplement challenges in Eagle Eye Citizen, especially those focusing on civil rights and citizenship.
This comprehensive resource contains short essays connected to primary source sets that cover United States history from the colonial period to the postwar era. This resource can provide students and educators with important contextual information.
Lesson plans, primary sources, and student activities, including the George Washington Papers.
Digital collection guide with a variety of primary source materials.
Primary source guide on the Missouri Compromise, Indian Removal Act, Dred Scott case, and more.
Primary source guide on the Emancipation Proclamation, Reconstruction Amendments, and more.
Primary sources, historical context, and teacher suggestions related to the Industrial Revolution.
Primary source guide on Prohibition, Conservation, the 19th Amendment, World War I and more.
Contains classroom activities and links to digital collections.
Online exhibit about editorial cartoonists reacting to World War II, the Cold War, Vietnam War, and the Middle East.