History, Interpretation

History, Interpretation

You will choose one of the following interactive field trips to go on. For many of the websites that have interactive, flash-based materials, an alternative site has often been recommended. Please also let me know if you are having difficulties so that I can provide you with an alternative accommodation.Spend time going through the interactive materials let your interests lead you! Gather the facts about your site visit and then use a critical lens to think about how what you have learned is important/has influenced the US today. Use journalist questions to help you. For example:After visiting your virtual field trip site, use the questions above to help you write a 2 paragraph summary (about 15-20 sentences) describing what you learned. Make certain to write in complete sentences and not to simply answer the questions listed above and make certain toÿto your field trip site.You will also need to create 1-2ÿrelated to your visit. A thought question is something that helps others think more deeply about a topic. For example if you are visiting medieval Europe, you might have a question like this:For yourÿÿto at leastÿÿdueÿ


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