Writing Activity: Interpreting a Quotation from the American Civil War

Writing Activity: Interpreting a Quotation from the Americ
Writing Activity: Interpreting a Quotation from the Americ
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Using Robert E. Lee’s quotation, “Do your duty in all things,” students are asked to find their own quotations from a person during the American Civil War, explain the quotation, contrast it to a modern quotation, or explain the quotation in drawing (differentiation).
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Writing Activity: Interpreting a Quotation from the Americ
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