NY Times Lesson Plan: “Blogging History: Interpreting Civil War-Era Primary Sources”

By Kristina, posted on November 2nd, 2010.
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By SARAH KAVANAGH AND HOLLY EPSTEIN OJALVO, The New York Times

Overview | In this lesson, students examine the new Times Opinionator series Disunion, which “follows the Civil War as it unfolded.” They then analyze Civil War-era primary sources to use as writing prompts for their own contributions to a Civil War blog.

For the full lesson plan, visit “Blogging History: Interpreting Civil War-Era Primary Sources” on The New York Times website.

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