Common Causes of Revolutions
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Samantha Forster (Teacher (K-12))
I thought the content of the lesson was very interesting, but I can see how students would not. It was a ton of reading. I could not get any of the documents to open, and when I check one of the answer in the first table towards the bottom all of the answers appeared, same with the second table. That being said, I wanted to do a similiar table in my presentation and I couldn't figure out the best way either. I loved the check marks, but they were the only image.
The content was very good, factual and informed, but with the current events going on right now that support/relate to this theory, I believe the content could have been more relevant.
Pam Pilant (Teacher (K-12))
The presentation seemed like a thorough lesson about the revolutions. There was a lot of reading and it would be nice if there was sound or some of it was read to the students. Also, I was unable to open any of the external readings like The Haitian Revolution, The Venuzualan Revolution and The American Revolution. When I got to the checklist I just clicked "check answers" got all the correct answers and I hadn't read any of the material.
The articles did not open up.