The Significance of the Boll Weevil in Georgia

Title: Investigating the significance of the Boll Weevil through a variety of primary and secondary sources

Standards: SS8H8, L6-8RH7

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Author Point of View in Leo Frank Case Newspaper Coverage

Title: Using newspaper coverage of the Leo Frank case to better understand author point of view and bias

Standards: SS8H7a, L6-8RH2, L6-8RH6, L6-8RH8, ELACC8RI6, ELACC8RI8

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Royal Charter of Georgia Close Read

Title: Close read of the Royal Charter of Georgia to understand proposed political structure

Standards:SS8H2, L6-8RH1, L6-8RH2, L6-8WHST2

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Student Primary Source Research

Title: Students practice primary source research

Standards:SS8H1-12, L6-8RH9, ELACC8R19, ELACC8SL4, ELACC8SL5

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Reading, Thinking, and Reseraching like Historians

Title: Students will discover and discuss how historians read, think, and research using a secondary source on the American Revolution.

Standards: SS8H3, L6-8RH2, L6-8RH7

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FDR in Georgia Photograph Analysis

Title:  Analyzing a photograph of FDR in Georgia

Standards: SS8H9, L6-8RH7, ELACC8RI7

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Propoganda, Promotional Material, and Georgia’s Founding

Title:  Understanding propaganda techniques used in promotional literature for the Georgia colony.

Standards:  SS8H2, L6-8RH1, L6-8RH5, L6-8RH8, L6-8WHST2, L6-8WHSTt4

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