This Primary Source Letters lesson plan also includes:
Learners analyze three primary source letters from 1939, each detailing the use of tobacco stringing. After thorough investigation, pupils take part in a grand conversation about the letters' purpose, accuracy, and relevance to the topic, and relate persuasion techniques from the time to those we use today.
- Make a packet consisting of the lesson's handouts for easy reference
- Post discussion quetions on a classroom blog
- The lesson was designed as part of a series of lessons within a tobacco bag stringing project.
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- Contains typos