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Complex View of U.S. History for Grades 6-12

Resources, lessons help teach a more inclusive version of U.S. history
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Title: Zinn Education Project
Summary: Resources, lessons help teach a more inclusive version of U.S. history

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Pros: The lessons address a complex view of history, emphasizing the significant roles of the working class, women, and people of color.
Cons: Many of the text-based lessons would need to be adapted to offer access to English Language Learners and struggling readers.
Bottom Line: Free downloadable resources encourage critical thinking and active learning in search of a more accurate picture of American history.

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