This teacher guide helps orchestrate the inquiry activity associated with Evidence is Lacking. Yet I Still Hope. A Primary Source Glimpse into the Life of a World War I Soldier…Home to Camp Lewis to France
by Joan Enders.
Advise on instructional timing and preparation, the primary sources set, setup, the physical environment, successful introduction of the inquiry activity, understanding cursive handwriting, transcribing, writing a scholarly narrative, debriefing, and extension activities are included. An extensive list of Common Core competencies accomplished by this inquiry lesson are included, for the instructor's convenience, at the end of the guide. Pricing for the primary sources set of 40 items, and free bonus lists are included and also found on the author's website at www.JoanEnders.com.
Common Core learning objectives met by the inquiry lesson are listed for convenience.
Each chapter of the companion book contains primary sources from the life of this young man who become a doughboy in the Meuse-Argonne Campaign. Primary sources per chapter range from one to thirty. Never will your U.S. history student or history buff be so immersed in a primary sources inquiry learning experience.
The Primary Sources Set includes high-quality, color copies of 40 sources.