This is a HyperDoc lesson on the Sioux hero, Crazy Horse. It explores the life and legacy of Crazy Horse and the current Crazy Horse Memorial. It centers around the question: Would Chief Crazy Horse approve the construction of the Crazy Horse Memorial? Students are guided on a journey where they explore numerous sources in order to evaluate whether Crazy Horse would be approving of the current memorial. There's also two slides for early finishers where they can compare and contrast Mount Rushmore Memorial to the Crazy Horse Memorial and figure out what Crazy Horse is pointing to in the sculpture.
A HyperDoc lesson is a digital lesson plan that you give to your students (usually through Google Classroom or it can be done whole group). It's similar to a Webquest, but everything is embedded within Google Slides making it easy for your students to explore, learn, engage, and write their answers within the Hyperdoc. This is perfect for differentiating instruction, and allowing students to learn at their own pace.
Although it's in PPT, I attached the link to the Google Slides, and walk you through how to create your own copy so you may edit the slides to your liking. It's interactive as it includes websites, videos, a poll, and embedded assessments to check for understanding. I have paired literature (Crazy Horse's Vision by Joseph Bruchac) to enhance the lesson, but you may choose to send the students to a website rather than pair a read aloud.