How to help students understand stories of the first Thanksgiving

11/23/2010 | NYTimes.com

Holly Epstein Ojalvo and Sarah Kavanagh detail a lesson in this blog post that challenges students to compare stories they have been taught about the first Thanksgiving. The lesson has students working in small groups to recall the various stories, and bringing them back together to discuss differences and similarities of the accounts and the reasons behind them.

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