VOLUME II: THE ENLIGHTENMENT THROUGH THE 20TH CENTURY
Breaking Away from the Textbook
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Students can imagine they’re witnessing a witch burning in Elizabethan England; create bumper stickers supporting a new national state in 19th-century Germany, Italy, or Greece; conduct "you were there" interviews with people who knew Shaka Zulu; compose a song or rap questioning the entry of the U.S. into WWI; debate whether America should have dropped the atomic bomb on Japan; graph 20th-century population growth, and more.
This title is part of the series: BREAKING AWAY FROM THE TEXTBOOK
Rowman & Littlefield
Teacher resource for grades 6–12