High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet

High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
High School African American History Reading - The Trial of Henry Sweet
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In this packet students read Clarence Darrow's soaring summation at the end of the trial of Henry Sweet, an African American unfairly accused of murder for defended himself in 1920s Detroit. A second primary source text follows detailing how the courtroom reacted upon the reading of the verdict.

After the two passages, students will answer eight multiple choice questions and an open ended essay questions. This product also includes a complete answer key including responses to the open-ended question.

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10 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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