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Comic Books as Historical Artifacts

Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Comic Books as Historical Artifacts
Product Description
Use comics to teach close reading, textual analysis, historiography, annotation, and source analysis. Students love this highly engaging and different type of lesson. This is a lesson to use at anytime during the school year - to have students use comic books as artifacts into the society in which they were written.
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
3 hours
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