Lesson details

Grade
11
Subject

Social Studies

English Language Arts

Topic

1920s and 1930s

Communication

Reading - Informational Text

Writing

Subtopic

Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal Programs

Language, Craft, and Structure-Analyze/critique reasoning in arguments

Meaning and Context-Analyze contextual influences

Meaning and Context-Cite text evidence to support synthesis

Meaning and Context-Create visual/multimedia presentations

Meaning and Context-Distinguish between credible/non-credible sources

Meaning and Context-Quote/paraphrase data/conclusions without plagiarizing

Meaning and Context-Research through different medians/modalities

Meaning, Context, and Craft-Write argument text

Recommended Technology: 

Tablets/Computers with internet access

Critically Analyze and Understand Primary/ Secondary Resources using FDR’s 1933 Inauguration

Duration: 
Multiple days
Lesson type: 
1:1 Lesson
Lesson overview: 

Using the first inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt as context, learn to critically analyze primary and secondary sources.

Objectives

  • Distinguish between primary and secondary sources
  • Be able to critically analyze sources for bias and objectivity
  • Understand the strengths and weaknesses of primary and secondary sources

 

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Lesson created by:
Kelly Hogan Kinard - Edited by Lisa Ray and Lewis Huffman
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