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Standard RI.LCS.11.2

RI.LCS.11.2 Analyze and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, assessing whether the reasoning is sound and the evidence is relevant and sufficient; recognize when irrelevant evidence is introduced.

Grade(s): 8

Subject(s): English Language Arts

Year: 2015

Type
Resisting Slavery - Oral Histories
Resisting Slavery - Oral Histories

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What is Oral History? - Oral history is a field of study and a method of gathering, preserving and interpreting the voices and memories of people, communities, and participants in past events. Oral...

The Progressive Movement Continues?
The Progressive Movement Continues?

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The Progressive Movement marked a period of great change in society and increased involvement of American government in the regulation of American society. Today, people still debate the role of...

The Solid South Shifts
The Solid South Shifts

Lesson

Students will research and describe the events and historical figures that were integral to the Solid South’s shift from supporting the Democratic Party to supporting the Republican Party. Students...

Skyping Through Colonial Settlements
Skyping Through Colonial Settlements

Lesson

The influences of European nations that settled North America as well as the geographic landscape of each region were two of the most impactful factors that led to how the original thirteen colonies...

What Can I Say To Convince You?
What Can I Say To Convince You?

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In this lesson students will explore FDR’s New Deal program. They will then put themselves in the position of being strategists for a presidential campaign today. In doing so they will need to...