Reconstructing the Record

September 10, 2019 by mrcaseyhistory

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Quaestio: What is the difference between “The Past” and “History”?

PowerPoint: Reconstructing the Record

Classwork:
Perspectives in Conflict
Archeology Gone Wrong in Zimbabwe
History An Act of Silencing
A Noble Quest with Clouded Vision

Homework Due Tuesday:
Archeology Gone Wrong in Zimbabwe

Homework Due Thursday:
Review the FULL PowerPoint from the lesson Traveling Through Time (some classes missed parts due to assemblies/drills/etc) and use what you learned to complete Chronological Reasoning

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