How Was the Inside vs. Outside Paradigm Created?
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Tenth graders write notes from a teacher lecture on Slavery and Exploitation. They review process for notetaking, symbols and abbreviations. They read three web articles about slavery and create a rubric for evaluating the quality of a web page.
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