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Social Studies: Identifying Major American Protests
Grade: 6-8 | Subject: Social Studies

In The Hunger Games' rebellious spirit, your students will identify and explain major protests in American history.

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Teacher Review: Using The Hunger Games to introduce a lesson in American history got my students invested in the assignment right off the bat.

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