Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson

Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
Confederate Monuments Critical Issue Lesson
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Unless you’ve been hiding in a cave or under a monument of General Nathan Bedford Forrest you probably know that there is a huge debate roiling our nation about the more than 700 monuments to the Confederate soldiers who fought against the United States in the Civil War. Some Americans think all Confederate monuments should be torn down, others want to erect new monuments to the Confederacy. What do you think? And what can you do about it? It’s your time to take part in this discussion by acting on your informed knowledge!


Critical Issues

We focus on one critical issue each and every week. This fall we've already learned about

Confederate Monuments
Presidential Pardons
DACA
Foreign Aid

With each Critical Issue Students will

Take a survey and explore public opinion
Read critical opinions from the left, right, and center
Absorb tons of content through charts, maps, videos, audio files & more
Take part in a fishbowl - critical discussion
Practice Writing Argumentation Essays
Act on their knowledge
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10 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 hours
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