VIETNAM: VOICES AND PERSPECTIVES ON THE WAR WITH AMERICA
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Eleventh graders examine literature of and about Vietnam through two literary excerpts, reflect on what they know about the war between America and Vietnam, and write a comparison between the two literary works.
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