2. Silent Write and Discussion
4. Homework Review/Group Work
2. As a group answer:
i. Why are all your essays not the same?
ii. What makes the essays different?
iii. Are some essays more (in)accurate than others? Explain
3. Discuss responses as class/Why are all the histories not the same?
1. Read Eric Foner's introduction to Who Owns History? (Handout)
2. Choose the 3 most important statements in the reading and explain what Foner is saying in each quote and why it is important
3. In 3-5 sentences, explain what Foner's overall argument is.
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- Trip Across The Country
- News Day
- Slavery and Reconstruction in America >
- U.S. History Discussion Page
- Voting Rights Research Paper
- Introduction >
- U.S. War in Iraq >
- American Expansion - The Turn of Century >
- America in Crisis >
- America in the World 1945-2003 >
- Civil Rights Movement >
- The Cold War >
- The U.S. War in Vietnam >
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