the Mongol Invasions Learning To Read Primary Sources, Part Three
Students examine a Mongol Invasion Picture Scroll and discuss the importance of primary sources. They read and analyze a translation of the picture scroll, answer discussion questions, and analyze and discuss the illustrations on the scroll.
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