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THE 1960s AND 1970s

THE 1960s AND 1970s

Creative Activities for Teaching American History

Fifteen reproducible activities for studying two decades characterized by changing American values and patterns of thought. Emphasizing student involvement and decision making, these activities explore such issues as civil rights for minorities, the attack on "The Establishment" by the young, protest against the war, and political corruption. For example, "The Soda Fountain Caper" simulates a trial of civil rights workers engaging in civil disobedience; "Gulf of Tonkin" addresses the question of direct involvement in a distant war. Materials vary in difficulty to permit maximum classroom flexibility.

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This Title is part of the Series: CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR TEACHING U.S. HISTORY

QuantityOrder CodeISBNMedia/ContentPrice
RIM121-WBSSS Reproducible activity book $12.95
RIM121E-WBSSS Downloadable version (300 K) $9.95

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