Topic: History 369: California History and Culture Final Exam
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THE BOOK-Sucheng Chan and Spencer Olin, ed. Major Problems in California History, ISBN, 978-0669275889 Part II: 2-3 pages, 50 points Reflect on the themes and historical events we have covered this semester. Pick one theme or topic that that might be adaptable to the K-12 classroom. For example, you might discuss how primary sources pertaining to the Gold Rush or Mission Period might be relevant. Or, you might consider more recent history regarding Chavez Ravine or Japanese Internment. PLEASE PICK CHÁVEZ RAVINE: TO TALK ABOUT In this reflective essay, identify the grade level and historical topic you would teach. Then, discuss what sort of primary sources you might adapt—for example, photographs, newspapers, documentaries, etc. Finally, given the current edition of ethnic studies to California state standards, discuss how you might approach teaching this in the classroom and use it to expand diversity in education for students learning California history in K-12 classrooms. Please use Times New Roman 12 pt. font, double-space the text, and include page numbers and a title. Format your essay with 1-inch margins. Your essay should be written in full sentences (no bullet-points) with close attention to argument, grammar, and style.
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