This study material accompanies the video and information on the History Channel’s website “10 Little-Known Fact About the Lewis and Clark Expedition,”
which you can preview at tinyurl.com/zd7vkmc.
This 21-page printable
packet includes . . .
• a Note to Teachers
with ideas about how to present the material
about the introduction paragraph in the online material
about the ten facts about the expedition highlighted by the History Channel
• “Digging Deeper”
questions for students to use critical thinking skills
to further examine the expedition and some of its participants
are provided for each section.
This resource is suitable for middle school, high school, homeschool, and college classes.
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