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      TV Exposes Brutality on the Selma March: 4D An Augmented Reading Experience

      by Danielle Smith-Llera

      Feb 2020

      Series Nonfiction
      History Grades 6-8

      On-point historical photographs combined with strong narration bring the story of the civil rights marches to life. Kids will learn about the way in which Southern states kept African Americans from voting and the history that led to nonviolent civil rights marches to fight for the right to vote guaranteed by the Constitution. As an added bonus, readers will learn about how this played out on TV and galvanized the civil rights movement, leading to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Seeing the brutality on TV turned the fight for voting rights in the South into a national cause. Accompanying video will show readers what viewers saw at the time.

      TV Shows the World Freedom as the Berlin Wall Falls: 4D An Augmented Reading Experience

      by Danielle Smith-Llera

      Jul 2019

      Series Nonfiction
      History Grades 6-8

      On-point historical photographs combined with strong narration bring the story of the Berlin Wall to life. Kids will learn about the partition of Berlin after WWII, the cold war tensions between the US and the USSR that led to the building of the wall, and the anti-communist pressures that led it to fall. The fall of the wall would become a symbol of democracy and freedom. Readers will understand the significance behind this event through text and clips of the event itself via the Capstone 4D augmented reality app.

      TV Shapes Presidential Politics in the Kennedy-Nixon Debates: 4D An Augmented Reading Experience

      by Michael Burgan

      Feb 2019

      Series Nonfiction
      History Grades 6-8

      On-point historical photographs combined with strong narration bring the story of the Nixon-Kennedy presidential debates to life. TV was new in those days, and these were both the first debates ever held between two presidential candidates and the first to be televised. About 60 million people tuned into the first debate, or more than 1/4 of the country's population. Readers will learn just how much effect seeing the debates had on the results of the election and how they changed presidential campaigning forevermore. Readers will understand the significance beind this event through text and clips of the event itself via the Capstone 4D augmented reality app.
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