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Mai 68: The facts, the big ideas, the aftermath

Mai 68: The facts, the big ideas, the aftermath

In this peer review activity, students will complete two assignments. In the first assignment, each student will examine a number of web resources to learn about the historical impact and lasting significance of the social unrest in France during May 1968. In the second assignment, students will work in pairs. Each pair will choose a particular discussion board post in a forum other than the one to which they contributed a post. They will peer review the selected post using SERC student peer review guidelines. Their ultimate goal will be to help their classmate improve the original post, making it as informative and effective as possible. In the process, all students will be immersed in critical thinking about May 1968. Activity authored by Laura Franklin, Professor of French at Northern... Show More
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