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Graphic Sleuth Examples

Following are a few examples of lessons made in Graphic Sleuth.

List of Examples

Polar Explorers (#3474)

This lesson features advertisements for lectures by Arctic explorers. Students are to pick the lecture that looks the most interesting and try to tell why. The students then will make their own broadside about Arctic Exploration. Most of the lesson uses template text. Only the last page and the pictures and bibliography pages are customized.

Survival (#95236)

 This lesson shows drawings of the Dumont D'Urville expedition to the Antarctic area. It has slight modifications to several pages of the template.

Cripple Creek Strike (#74346)

This lesson looks at several pictures related to the a Miner's Strike in Cripple Creek, CO. The students use the bibliographic information to help them understand what is happening in the pictures. Most of this lesson uses template text.

Empire State Building (#96818)

The focus of the lesson is deciding which of several famous photographs of the Empire State Building should be used to accompany an article. This lesson has substantial changes to template text.



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