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Integrating the Model Lessons into Your Textbook

Reproduced on the following pages are tables of contents from several U.S. history textbooks currently used in Wisconsin schools. Into each table of contents we have inserted citations to the preceding model lessons at points where you may consider using them.

Ritchie, Donald A. and Albert S. Broussard. American History: the early years to 1877. New York: Glencoe/McGrawHill, 2001. Unit One: Chapter 4: European Empires in the Americas

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 2. 3. 4.

1673:Marquette and Joliet Explore the Mississippi 1702: The Effects of the Fur Trade 1763: Pontiac Urges Wisconsin Indians to Fight 1881: Who Built the Effigy Mounds?

Unit Three: Chapter 9: Creating a nation

Critical Thinking Lessons: Unit Five: Chapter 15: The Spirit of Reform 1. (1783) 1846: Should Women Be Allowed to Own Property?

Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1827: Joseph Street Tries to Prevent the Black Hawk War

  • 2.

    1850: The U.S. Government Deceives the Ojibwe

  • 3.

    1854: A RealLife ʺLittle Houseʺ Story

Unit Six: Chapter 16: Sectional differences Chapter 17: Road to Civil War Chapter 18: The Civil War Chapter 19: Reconstruction

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 1862: A Wisconsin Soldier Refuses to Give Slaves Back to Their Owners 2. 1865: Should Black Citizens Be Allowed to Vote? Ritchie and

Unit Seven: Chapter 21: the 20th century Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1869: Should Wisconsinʹs Forests Be Saved?

  • 2.

    1886: Should Government Use Violence to Suppress Demonstrations?

    • 3. 13.

      1890: Englishonly in Wisconsin Schools?

  • 4.

    1910: Should Native American Children Be Mainstreamed?

  • 5.

    1911: Should Women Be Allowed to Vote?

  • 6.

    1918: German Language Books Burned in the Street

  • 7.

    1935: What Should the Government Do about Unemployment and Poverty?

  • 8.

    1950: Communist and AntiCommunist Propaganda

  • 9.

    19661984: Desegregating Schools and Neighborhoods

  • 10.

    19751990: Accommodating New Immigrants

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