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Women's History Month: Response to a "Think Piece"
Believe it or not, Hermione Granger AND Louisa May Alcott have connections to women's AND civil rights. Reading the accompanying "Think Piece" promotes debate, provides writing prompts, and allows for critical thinking opportunities. Satisfies US/World History, Social Studies, and Language Arts stan
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Amelia Earhart Comprehension Passages & Critical Thinking Activity
What in the world happened to Amelia Earhart? This mystery is over 80 years old! Students are going to love working through this unit and writing their own theories about the disappearance of Amelia Earhart!This unit is perfect for Women's History Month! Students will learn about Amelia Earhart t
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DBQ: Life of a Japanese-American Child Living in an Internment Camp during WW2)
Using PRIMARY Sources in the Classroom. A DBQ activity uses primary sources. Sources can include diaries,posters, music, news articles from the time, anything written by those who participated in or witnessed an event in history. Students review the given documents and use many cognitive skills in p
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Media Literacy Unit: Gender and Media
Media Literacy Unit: Gender and Media In this mini-unit, students read non-fiction texts and engage in research in order to address their guiding question: How does the media influence our understanding of gender? The research component of this unit assumes that students have a basic understanding o
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