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To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question

To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
To Kill A Mockingbird; iPad; Thinglink; Inquiry-Based-Question
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After researching a selected civil rights topic, students will be able to able to successfully answer the inquiry-based-question on justice. Using our library’s Ebsco databases and ebooks, students will compose a one page research essay on a selected civil rights significant person or event. They will use their research to state in their Thinklink whether or not their topic shows justice or injustice. Students will then use this information to help them locate two primary source images which demonstrate either justice or injustice.

*Students will link the event/person of their choice to our inquiry chart to determine and prove whether or not their selected event/person was an example of justice or injustice
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