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Cultural Literacy: Absolute Monarchy

Here is a Cultural Literacy worksheet on absolute monarchy which might be useful to social studies teachers. It’s designed to begin a class period and introduce, generally, the topic. 40 more words

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Encrypted City: On Cultural Literacy, Continued

I moved to France after studying French for four years, and when I first landed in Paris nearly a decade ago, I had a sufficient mastery of the language to earn an approving nod from the border control agent who stamped my virgin passport in purple. 3,296 more words

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Cultural Literacy: Verb

On this rainy Monday morning in New York City, I offer this Cultural Literacy worksheet on verbs.

If you find typos in this document, I would appreciate a notification. 28 more words

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The Weekly Text, October 27, 2017

Although he has gone by many names, Prince Vlad III of Wallachia and his legend have come down to us in a number of forms, including rural folk tales, he is best known from  92 more words

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Cultural Literacy: Transitive Verb

Here is a Cultural Literacy worksheet on the transitive verb that I just now used in a lesson on transitive and intransitive verbs. It’s a quick way to introduce the skill of recognising and correctly using these two type of verbs. 40 more words

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Cultural Literacy: Aegean, the

My definition – a sea in Greece; often used store owners and restaurateurs to indicate their Greek status

Real definition – from Wikipedia, the Aegean Sea “is an elongated embayment of the… 18 more words

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Cultural Literacy: Primogeniture

Here is a Cultural Literacy worksheet on primogeniture, a concept that almost certainly recurs in most high school social studies classes.

If you find typos in this document, I would appreciate a notification. 28 more words

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