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Historical Information to assist 12 Years a Slave contextualization

Contextualization

Contextualization

“Contextualization: Historical thinking involves the ability to connect historical events and processes to specific circumstances of time and place as well as broader regional, national, or global processes.”

"Proficient students should be able to sitituate historical events, developments, or processes within the broader regional, national, or global context in which they occurred in order to draw conclusions about their relative significance.”

 

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