This standards based product previews "Indian Camp" with a one page summary on how the 19th and early 20th century brought changes to economics, the medical profession, and ideas about child development. These ideas as well as thoughts about how Early European and American thinkers viewed Native Americans place the short story in a social, historical, and philosophical context that students will use to think about important questions of theme and characterization.
Responsed are organized into 6 short answer and 8 multiple choice questions that require text dependent thinking and reference to the non-fiction context provided in the summary. Students must read across both the fiction and non-fiction in order to choose the correct answers.
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