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Credible or Incredible? Smith & Bradford Face Off

Unit 1: Early American Voices & Developing Reading Habits
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT provide evidence from colonial narratives to validate their evaluation of the author's credibility and draw comparisons between Puritan and modern lifestyles through textual analysis and class discussion.

Big Idea: Who to believe...a man accused of the "erasure" of colonial history or a man elected as governor 30 times? The answer might surprise you.

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