GREAT DOCUMENTS IN U.S. HISTORY
COMPLETE SET: 2 reproducible activity books
Obvious choices such as the Declaration of Independence, the Gettysburg Address, and Wilson’s Fourteen Points are joined by less-covered selections, including Dix’s speech on conditions for the mentally ill, Chinese exclusion policy, and the censure of Joe McCarthy. Each lesson provides a short essay on a specific document’s historical context; its importance; the full or excerpted text; necessary vocabulary; comprehension, critical thinking, and essay questions; and writing prompts for making connections and relating the past to students’ lives.
8½" x 11"." x 11"
J. Weston Walch
128 pages each