CRITICAL THINKING USING PRIMARY SOURCES IN U.S. HISTORY
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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.
8" x 10½"
J. Weston Walch