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Trading SlavesTrading Slaves
Caribbean islands or North and South America on a journey, which is historically known as the Middle Passage – the second stage in the transatlantic slave trade. The journey could take up to more than two months
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Lesson and/or Unit Title: Module 3a Unit 1: Lesson 1 Building Background KnowledgeLesson and/or Unit Title: Module 3a Unit 1: Lesson 1 Building Background Knowledge
I can analyze the connections and distinctions between individuals, ideas, or events in a text. (Ri 3)
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Figurative LanguageFigurative Language
Lyrics to “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” by Gordon Lightfoot, sound clip or recording of song, Stereo or computer w/speakers
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World History NameWorld History Name
Post-modernism. Through the exploration of these periods and their works, the course develops critical thinking skills in both the verbal and written form of communication that is necessary in the extension of education
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Part b socio-economic and Environmental Impacts of Gold Mining in PenhalongaPart b socio-economic and Environmental Impacts of Gold Mining in Penhalonga
Ann Kritzinger in 2005 made the following observations after preliminary investigation relating pre-colonial mining in Nyanga and the Penhalonga area
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Metropolitan Museum of Art Assignment An Assignment in Three PartsMetropolitan Museum of Art Assignment An Assignment in Three Parts
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