CRITICAL THINKING USING PRIMARY SOURCES IN U.S. HISTORYDownload
Students read a short background article then study primary and secondary sources to answer key questions. They can also hold a mock trial of the person with charges, witness lists, and forms provided. Drawn from all eras and representing a wide range of men and women, the documents include speeches, letters, diary entries, memoirs, news accounts, laws, official papers, and literary excerpts. Each unit has an extensive bibliography.
This title is part of the series: CRITICAL THINKING USING PRIMARY SOURCES IN U.S. HISTORY
8" x 10½"
J. Weston Walch