After the Fact: Evaluating the Findings of the Congressional "9/11 Report"

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In this lesson, from the New York Times Learning Network, students investigate summaries of the "9/11 Report" and examine questions relating to its findings in a fishbowl discussion. They then reflect in writing on how they wish the outcomes of this report would be resolved and how these outcomes may influence the world's perspective of the United States.

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    Topics and Grades

    Grade: 6 to 12

    Topics: Writing Strategies, Reading Comprehension, American Democracy, United States History, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts

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    Grouping: Large Group Instruction

    Teaching Method: Discussions