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Lesson One - Turning Points

Suitable for: Middle/High School

Objectives:
  • Students will understand how people are affected by places and events.
  • Students will communicate their opinions in an essay including historical facts.
Standards:
  • III - People, Places and Environment: describe ways that historical events have been influenced by physical and human geographic factors.
  • V - Individuals, Groups and Institutions: describe the various forms institutions take and their interactions with people.
  • VI - Power, Authority and Governance: explain and apply concepts such as power, justice and influence to examine persistent issues and social problems.
Time frame: 2-3 class periods

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Lesson Two - Voicing Your Opinion

Suitable for: High School

Objective: Students will be able to communicate their opinions on social issues.

Standards:
  • I - Culture: Explain why individuals and groups respond differently to changes in their environment based on assumptions, shared beliefs and values.
  • II - Time, Continuity and Change: identify key concepts like causality, change and conflict to explain, analyze and show connections among the patterns of historical change.
  • IV - Individual Development and Identity: work independently and cooperatively to accomplish goals.
  • VI - Power, Authority and Governance: explain and apply concepts such as power, justice and influence to examine persistent issues and social problems.
Time frame: 3-4 class periods

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