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Bias Practice: Columbus

Bias Practice: Columbus
Bias Practice: Columbus
Bias Practice: Columbus
Bias Practice: Columbus
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One of the most valuable critical thinking skills a student can possess is the ability to analyze the credibility of a text by determining its potential biases. In this activity, students read and analyze text pieces about Christopher Columbus, a figure widely regarded positively, but whose legacy may be undeserved. They determine whether each piece is biased for or against Columbus, or if it is objective, then write an explanation of why this determination is so important.
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2 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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