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Use the information you've gathered from the interactive map The Path of the Black Death, to answer the questions posed in this interactive.
Study the following cartoons and determine whether they are for or against abolishing slavery.
Why did thousands march over 50 miles through cold, Alabama rain in 1965? With this interactive, students learn about the Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march, one of the seminal events of the Civil Rights movement.
In this Spanish-language launchpad, students will look behind the story at the historical, social, and cultural circumstances that help account for the great contrasts and contradictions that Esperanza experiences when she moves to California. The launchpad also invites students to contemplate some of the changes Esperanza undergoes as she grows from a pampered child into a resourceful and responsible young woman.
Instructions: For Investigating Genre in the Visual Arts