Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts

Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
Discussion, Journal or Blog: Rationalism and Colonialism Prompts
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The Founding Fathers' enduring legacy includes documents establishing the United States of America, advances in science and technology and the building of the American character and way of life.

These journal or blog topics enable your students to think about issues of the day, compare them to those of Colonial times, and ask whether they need revision or do they stand as is. Use them for discussion topics, too.

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8 pages
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