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List Specific Factual Information: Compile information from the “Research Sheets” or "Biography Sheets" into bullet pointed list, in your own words
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What is the most important information that someone might want to know? (i.e. If you had to teach a class on this tomorrow, or write a news article, what would you say)
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List Specific Factual Information: Compile information from the Research Sheets or Biography Sheets into bullet pointed list, in your own words.







Write three generalizations you can make from the information above:

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What is the most important information that someone might want to know (i.e. If you had to teach a class on this tomorrow or write a news article, what would you say)?



What do you think is the most surprising/ interesting/ or confusing fact or information that someone might want to know?



Create three potential titles for these primary sources: