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Classic literature is often reserved for English or Writing courses, but in secondary social studies classrooms, historical novels written about specific eras and themes can have as much merit as a traditional textbook.
Essential questions ask students to consider the “big picture” of a topic.
When I implement a novel study in social studies, there are a few activities that really work for me in terms of aiding student comprehension.
When I first started teaching history, it was difficult for me to incorporate reading passages in a productive and interesting way.
Let’s face it, ancient history isn’t the easiest subject to get middle and high school students excited about.
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