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Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources
Fisch, Shalom M. Rosemarie T. Truglio. G is for Growing. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001. Print. In this source we found information about the researches and tests on Sesame Street and a foreword written by Joan Ganz Cooney, one of the creators of Sesame Street. The foreword and the build up information on Sesame Street made us have more of an understanding of Sesame Street and its goals.

Joan Ganz Cooney Interview. Academy of Television Arts & Science Foundation, 1995. Web. 14 February 2012. In this interview the Archives of American Television conducted, Joan Ganz Cooney uses a quote we used in our website. This helped us have a better understanding of what Sesame Street means to Joan Ganz Cooney.

Joan Ganz Cooney Launches Sesame Street. Discovery Communications, 2012. Web. 9 February 2012. In this video clip Joan Ganz Cooney talks about her favorite scene in Sesame Street and what she thinks about Sesame Street. This source gives us an idea of what Sesame Street Joan Ganz Cooney thinks of Sesame Street.

Life. Time Inc., 2012. Web. 9 February 2012.

Life provided a photograph of the original cast of Sesame Street. This helped our website have a nice appearance and well rounded photographs.

Pierce, Ruth. Re: Interview for Our Project. Message to Christa and Courtney Nusbaum. 13 February 2012. E-mail. Ruth Pierce said in this interview information about how she figured out about Sesame Street and the reaction of people around her. It helped us understand how a person in the time of Sesame Street felt about Sesame Street.

U.P.I. Sesame Street Said Damaging. The Gazette. 26 July 1971:22. Print. This article stated that some people thought Sesame Street was not educational for children. This article helped us understand that Sesame Street did not just have positive reactions.

Secondary Sources
Anya Strzemien. Michelle Obama's 'Sesame Street' Appearance: "I'm On A High" (PHOTOS). Huffington Post. n.p. Web. 18 February 2012. Anya Strzemien provided a nice photograph of Michelle Obama with the Sesame Street crew. This helped us show the difference between Sesame Street today and Sesame Street in the 60s.

Childrens Television Workshop. America Educational Research Association. 5th ed. 1979. Print.

In this article we found information about the organization that started Sesame Street. It helped us understand the CTW and the groups intentional goal.

Duru. International Sesame Streets now on demand through Amazon. Current Public Media. American University School of Communication. Web. 3 March 2012 Durus post included a photograph which we used for our website. It helped us show how the international characters differ from the characters in the United States.

Fisch, Shalom M. Childrens Learning From Educational Television Sesame Street and Beyond. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004. Print. Shalom M. Fisch described in this book information about childrens television in general and information on Sesame Streets long term impact. This book helped us understand long term effects of Sesame Street and the difference between Sesame Street and other shows at the time.

Goodwin, Susan and Becky Bradley. 1960-1969. American Cultural History. Lone Star CollegeKingwood Library, 1999. Web. In this source we found information about the 1960s like what was popular and what people watched on television. This source helped us understand what 60s were like and have more of an understanding why Sesame Street was so revolutionary

Happy Birthday Joan Ganz Cooney: American Visionary Turns 82. Woman You Should Know. n.p. Web. 20 February 2012.

This article provided a photograph of Joan Ganz Cooney with Bert and Ernie. It helped us add a better visual to our website.

Hechinger, Fred M. Sesame Street After 10 Years. New York Times. 6 November 1979: C5. Print. Fred M. Hechinger, the writer of this article was explaining and talking about Sesame Streets success after ten years in this article. This newspaper article helped us because it showed evidence of long term affects of Sesame Street.

Hooperfan. Welcome to my NEW picture page. n.p. Web. 20 February 2012. On this website we found excellent photographs that date back to the beginning of Sesame Street. The photographs helped us add a grabbing view to our website.

Joan Ganz Cooney. Encyclopedia of Television. 2nd ed. 1997. Print. In this encyclopedia we found information about Joan Ganz Cooney, one of the creators of Sesame Street. It helped us understand the importance of Joan Ganz Cooney and how she affected Sesame Street and helped it.

Katharine Rust. Sesame Street's 40th Anniversary: Looking Back. The Atlantic Wire. The Atlantic Monthly Group. Web. 20 February 2012. Katharine Rust used a quote in this article which we used in our website. This helped us show what people think about Sesame Street and if it has changed or not.

Mommymommymommy. How to Get Discount Tickets for Sesame Place. Info Barrel. Hinzie Media Inc. Web. 20 February 2012 In this article we found the logo of Sesame Place. It helped us display what Sesame Streets theme park was like. Morrow, Robert W. Sesame Street and the Reform of Childrens Television. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. Print. Robert W.Morrow, author of Sesame Street and the Reform of Childrens Television provided numerous photographs of the original cast members of Sesame Street and Sesame Street behind the scenes. These photographs helped us add a pleasingly visual appearance to our website.

Raposo, Joe. "Can You Tell Me How To Get To Get Sesame Street" Sesame Street Theme Song. 1969. MP3. This source is the Sesame Street theme song. This song helped us create a happy environment to our home page in our website.

Robert Bailly. Sesame Street Incorporates the STEM Curriculum For its 42nd Season. Course Tracker. n.p. Web. 9 February 2012. On this website we found a photograph of the Sesame Street logo. This helped us make a grabbing title with a nice photograph.

Sesame Street Encyclopedia of Television. 2nd ed. 1997. Print.

The Encyclopedia of Television states in this article information about Sesame Street and the way it was created. It helped us understand more about Sesame Street and their characters.

Sesame Street. Sesame Workshop, 2012. Web. 9 February 2012. On this website we found a plethora of photographs and information on Sesame Street. This helped us add a more visually pleasing website and a even better understanding of Sesame Street.

Sesame Workshop Encyclopedia of Television. 2nd ed. 1997. Print. The Encyclopedia of Television has an article which tells information about the Sesame Workshop. It helped us understand about the group who created Sesame Street.

Sesame Workshop. n.p, 2012. Web. 20 February 2012. In this website we found information about Sesame Street, there goals and we found nice photographs. This helped us understand what Sesame Streets goals are.

Shannon Proudfoot. The Show that Doesnt Talk down to Kids. Canada. Post Media Network Inc. Web. 20 February 2012. Shannon Proudfoot provides a nice photograph of Big Birds nest being destroyed by a hurricane. This helped us show on our website that Sesame Street taught kids how to deal with natural disasters.

The History Place. The History Place, 2010. Web. 20 February 2012.

The History Place provided a photograph of President Lyndon Johnson. It helped us illustrate the background information about Sesame Street.

The Pop History Dig. The Pop History Dig LLC, 2012. Web. 20 February 2012. This article on The Pop History Dig provided a nice photograph of the Beach Boys. This photograph helped us show how Sesame Street was different than other popular items at the time.

The New York Times. The New York Times Company, 2012. Web. 20 February 2012. Alessandra Stanley talks about intended consequences in this article. It helped us understand what Sesame Street intended and what they did not intend.

Wikipedia contributors. "Sesame Street." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 14 Feb. 2012. Web. 14 Feb. 2012. Wikipedia provided information about Sesame Streets early viewings. I know Wikipedia is not a reliable source but Wikipedia is the only place I found this information. This information helped us know more about immediate reactions of Sesame Street.