Introduction of a new project format called "think tanks," which are a little like a historical book club. Students think about how to apply Bloom's Taxonomy in analyzing historical documents. Then, one group models the Think Tank method and other groups evaluate.

Objective: 2. I will be able to participate actively and intelligently in my first ever THINK TANK.

Essential Question: What would you be willing to suffer to fight injustice?

This resource is part of Unit 4: Battles for Independence II and the Social Studies 7 course.

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4.3 Think Tanks 1

by Robert Lucas

Introduction of a new project format called "think tanks," which are a little like a historical book club. Students think about how to apply Bloom's Taxonomy in analyzing historical documents. Then, one group models the Think Tank method and other groups evaluate. Objective: 2. I will be able to participate actively and intelligently in my first ever THINK TANK. Essential Question: What would you be willing to suffer to fight injustice? This resource is part of Unit 4: Battles for Independence II and the Social Studies 7 course.
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