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PUC Community of Practice Fall 2018 has ended
Monday, November 19 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Competing Narratives: Using Multiple Narratives to Analyze historical Bias LIMITED

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Are you struggling to support students analyze multiple documents? Do students blindly assume that a document is credible just because you gave it to them? In this session, teachers will learn how to push students to critically evaluate multiple accounts of the same historical narrative.

In this workshop, participants will
**Recognize the value of presenting multiple narratives of a single historical account.
**Practice strategies to analyze word choice in order to evaluate the purpose and message of a given narrative.
**Apply one or more of these strategies to their own classrooms

Applicability:
Ideal for History teachers, also applicable for English teachers
Middle school or high school

TCRP Indicators:
3.2B - Cognitive Level of Student Learning Experiences
3.3B - Academic Discourse

CRT Connection:
Higher Order Thinking

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 137

Attendees (7)