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  • one year ago

A- What idea is discussed in both Tim O’Brien’s "Ambush" and John Steinbeck’s "Symptoms"? the soldiers’ inability to carry out their duties during the war B- the debilitating effect of soldiers’ physical maladies C- the aftereffects of combat on soldiers during war D- the soldiers’ hatred toward their enemies during a war

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  1. danielheyliger
    • one year ago
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    History and literacy are joined at the hip in today's schools. With unprecedented intensity, schools are pressured into increasing test scores in reading; social studies teachers have been enlisted in the literacy race, often with the driest, least interesting components, like picking the main idea from a paragraph or summarizing a text book section. American history teachers, experienced in conducting higher level thinking discussions, would much prefer to use some of the “hearts and minds” materials like short stories or plays or poems. These short stories were selected with just such critical thinking experiences in mind. They also teach dozens of literary terms and skills.

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    did it help sarrah

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yes!

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