John Adams in the Boston Massacre: What were Adams' values?

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John Adams in the Boston Massacre: What were Adams' values?

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In this close reading John Adams and the Boston Massacre assignment, students investigate what kind of man John Adams was. They will read an article about John Adams' role in the Boston Massacre and analyze short selections of text to understand what he valued, believed, and was determined to get.

A great complement to any lesson on the Boston Massacre and a perfect complement to the new Common Core!

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John Adams in the Boston Massacre:  What were Adams' values?
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