Questions that Historians Use to Interpret Photos and Artifacts.docx - Section 2: Practice

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Asking Questions Like a Historians

Unit 1: ELA Through State History Studies
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT to cite observation when inferring the importance of a picture or artifact.

Big Idea: Students should first state what they see (or other senses) before inferring what's important.

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English / Language Arts, definition context clue, Vocabulary, evidence, questioning, history, inferring, observations, Geography
  30 minutes
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