61 COOPERATIVE LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN U.S. HISTORYDownload
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Chronologically arranged, 61 diverse activities—on topics spanning the history of North America from pre-exploration to the present—challenge students to think critically about past events.
Exercises such as comparing and retelling Native American creation myths, inventing and breaking Civil War codes, creating a Depression/New Deal timeline, and giving an oral report on teenage leaders in the Civil Rights movement are supported by reproducible handouts. A teacher page for each exercise details objectives, materials needed, procedures, evaluation guidelines, and variations.
This title is part of the series: 61 COOPERATIVE LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN U.S. HISTORY
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J. Weston Walch