Celebration of Knowledge - What are the three most interesting

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Final Instructions- Celebration of Knowledge

Since the midterm, you have acquired a lot of knowledge about the United States post the Civil Rights Movement to the present. It is now time for you to demonstrate and celebrate that knowledge by giving your interpretation of history to the following question.

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What are the three most interesting and/or shocking new information you learned about the United States History since the Civil Rights Movement?

Your answer should include the following for each topic in paragraph format.

  • What was the event, story, person, etc?
  • Where did you learn the information?
  • Describe the event, story, person, etc.
  • Why was this so shocking?
  • Why is this significant to your understanding of American History?

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The example included the event with a detailed description, where the information came from, and the significance.

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