Monthly Archives: September 2012

Annotations – Are Things As They Seem To Be?

Are Things What They Seem To Be? The author, Monk, highlights the different representations of maps and some of the issues associated with each map type. Points to look for – for each type of map, highlight or underline the … Continue reading

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Maps & Perspective Activity

Choose two of these websites to complete your map activity. Which states are the richest? Malaria Chinese investments in Africa Pirates Tornadoes Seven Deadly Sins – be sure to view the Gallery

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Karanik – Textbooks & Perspective

How do textbooks manipulate perspective? Write a brief outline (using bullet points) —- Main point #1 – two pieces of evidence MAin point #2 – two pieces of evidence

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Handicapped by History Annotations

•The author highlights the “heroification” that happens in US History textbooks: –Omitting acts of history –Passive voice –Social archetype •Read to find each main point.  When you see a main point, UNDERLINE IT and write a P in the margin. … Continue reading

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