These bundled readings and activities will help to engage your students with sports and history analogies!
The link below is for all 20 sports-history analogy readings and activities, being sold now for a special discounted price!
These analogies come from a series of sports-history comparisons in Nick's store, comparing American sports figures to American historical figures.
The following is a list of the #1-5 sports-history analogies:
1 Most Overrated: Joe Namath and Christopher Columbus
2 Most Important Birthplaces in American Colonial and Sports History:
Canton, Ohio and Jamestown, Virginia
3 Mankind is Inherently Selfish: Terrell Owens and Thomas Hobbes
4 The Absence of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness Means the Citizen’s Right
to Fight: Muhammad Ali and John Locke
5 Biggest Witch Hunts: Duke University Men’s Lacrosse and Salem, Massachusetts
Instructors will receive the following for each of the 5 readings:
1. 3-5 page reading comparing the historical and sports figures. (Note: These short readings each have full citations.)
2. Five critical-thinking questions
3. Teacher's answer key
4. It is suggested that teachers hold class discussions based on students' responses to the handout's questions.
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