and Beginning the Cold War
Want to practice primary source analysis
with your Cold War
Start off your Cold War
unit by letting students delve into the East Germany Berlin Wall
Use this Primary Source Analysis Activity to address the NCSS standards while helping your students gain a better understanding of the situation in East Germany during the Cold War
. Students can read this primary source to investigate original text between key figures in history for analysis with guiding questions.
This primary source includes the original text from the account written by a pastor participating in protests for East German liberation.
May be used as a class assignment, homework assignment, assessment, or as a small group response activity.
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