Brooke Butler, who was in fourth grade on 9/11, remembers what it was like at school and home that day.
Teacher Resources for the Video:
- Primary source memories of an events vary by person depending on where they were at the time of the event, how old they were, etc. Ask students: How do you think these variations might affect a historian’s work in developing an historic account of an event? What strengths and potential limitations do you see with using memories from different people, even if they conflict?
- After viewing this video, have students write a short dramatic play or story about that day. They can also create a piece of art that displays the emotions of the day.
Unique ID for the Video: I Remember-22
- Use the unique ID as a shortcut for students to find this specific video. Click on Search and choose “By Video ID.” Type in the Video ID as it appears above.
Send Us Your I Remember Videos:
- Get students thinking like an historian and use the video as a template for creating their own “I Remember” videos. If interested, consider submitting a few of those videos for possible publication on the website. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and put “I Remember Video Submission” in the title line.