Students will read and/or listen to the Four Freedoms speech, delivered by Franklin D. Roosevelt, as Americans anticipated inevitable involvement in World War II (a primary source). Students will then formulate thoughts on deeper-level questions
Students can use this tic-tac-toe board to choose three final project for Life of Pi. Each combination of choices ensures that the student knows and understands the novel, plus students get to choose projects based upon their own creativity and
This activity helps students use ethos, logos, and pathos to form arguments about American ideals for a class debate. Students will learn to think through an argument, using evidence that appeals to their audience.