High School students are to find different primary sources that discuss slavery from different points of view. They are to be analytical and informative and present their information as if they are a museum curator. This can be adapted to different grade levels, but has been developed and used with concurrent college/high school US History courses. This could be adapted to middle school by helping to provide the sources for students and changing the writing requirement length or the number of sources needed for students to analyze.
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