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Based on the memoirs of Olaudah Equiano and the story of the Amistad rebellion, this simulation attempts, as far as is ever possible, to help students understand the harrowing "Middle Passage" across the Atlantic. Complete with five different lesson plans, students then produce a memoir as did Equiano, which later becomes the centerpiece of their campaign to abolish slavery, thereby putting the role of black people in the abolition movement center-stage.
In this simulation you take the role of one of two guests debating the key issue "Who is Responsible for the Middle East Conflict?". As the conversation progresses you will be tested on your factual knowledge and sourcework skills.
A game designed to introduce the causes, course and effects of this deadly war in American History. How would you have reacted under pressure? Would you have survived?
Interview the American civil rights leader on any subject of your choice, and he will answer through the use of an artificial intelligence system!
Create “Treasure Hunt” challenges based on QR codes. Simply provide a list of questions and answers. This program will then dynamically create QR codes for each question which can then be put on display around the classroom / school for students to answer.
Type the title and / or author of a book, and get a professional Harvard-Author Date reference for your essays, internal assessments and personal studies.
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