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Protect Your Work Issue Date: 03-20-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Library of Congress presents Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright, loc.gov/teachers/copyrightmystery. Have you ever noticed the message at the beginning of a movie prohibiting its reproduction or distribution? Authors of books, plays, songs and other original works are protected by law. This was not always the case. Explore the timeline of copyright milestones, dating back to the 15th century, in Files on Record. You’ll be surprised to learn how many types of work are protected. Read the Fine Print for answers to questions such as whether you need to register for copyright protection.

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State Research Issue Date: 03-13-2016

Cool Spots imageMany students are assigned a state project in fourth grade. Learn About The States, kids.usa.gov/learn-about-the-states/index.shtml, is a database of official state websites that can come in handy for your school projects and papers. Did you know that the state bug of Massachusetts was chosen because of a second-grade class? Read The Ladybug Story to find out how students contributed to a new state law. Harriet Tubman, Franklin Roosevelt and other important historical figures resided in New York. Explore the site to learn more.

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Civil Rights Issue Date: 01-17-2016

Cool Spots imageScholastic presents Commemorate the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., scholastic.com/teachers/collection/commemorate-life-dr-martin-luther-king-jr. Dr. King was a civil rights leader who advocated peacefully for equal rights for African-Americans. In the video “The Man Who Changed America,” learn more about why we celebrate him and his accomplishments. In Dr. King’s Words you will find plays, listen to his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, and learn about how he used Persuasive Writing to convince people it was time for change.

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American Traditions Issue Date: 01-15-2016

Cool Spots image In Presidential Inaugurations, memory.loc.gov/ammem/pihtml/pihome.html, you can access the Library of Congress’ 2,000 digital files on presidential inaugurations, from George Washington to Barack Obama. Do you know which president delivered the shortest inaugural address, or which ceremony was first to be photographed? Precedents and Notable Events lists inauguration firsts. In Words and Images, read a letter from a politician named Benjamin Brown French about his confrontation with John Wilkes Booth on the day President Lincoln was inaugurated.

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Mount Rushmore Issue Date: 01-03-2016

Cool Spots imageHow much do you know about the Dynamite Presidents, americaslibrary.gov/assets/aa/game/rushmore.swf? Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor who created Mount Rushmore, needs your help to complete his work. Answer questions about the four men behind the faces carved into the mountain. Look at the coins in your pocket. Do you know which presidential images appear on them? President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned one president’s likeness on a coin in 1909. Can guess which one? Another man was selected as commander in chief of the American military forces in 1775 – who do you think it was?

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