Sports-History Analogies: Ted Williams and Henry Clay

Sports-History Analogies: Ted Williams and Henry Clay
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**The link below is for all 20 sports-history analogy readings and activities, being sold now for a special discounted price!

Engage students with these sports and history analogies!
This analogy comes from a series of sports-history comparisons in Nick's store, comparing American sports figures to American historical figures.

This product compares the greatest athlete to have never won the big one (Williams) and the greatest politician to have never won the oval office (Clay).

Instructors will receive the following:
1. 3-4 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.

This product is licensed for use in one classroom. For additional discounted licenses if the product will be used in more than one classroom, please click on "Buy Multiple Licenses." Thank you for your interest in my store!
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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