anonymous
  • anonymous
Anybody in 9th grade history A in connections? I need help with the Imperialism Dialogue Portfolio. Its way late.
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HannahC234
  • HannahC234
What unit?
anonymous
  • anonymous
im in it what unit you in?
HannahC234
  • HannahC234
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Its the one in unit 3 lesson 11 but im on unit 4 lesson 6.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm in ninth also but I'm passed history and world history I'm in digital civics
anonymous
  • anonymous
No its a Dialogue. @HannahC234 Step 5: Writing a Dialogue Now, write your dialogue between two people on different sides of the issue. Make sure to address the following issues in your final product: • Start out your dialogue with each person stating their opinion on the issue. This opinion should be about a paragraph long. • Spend the rest of the conversation with the two people responding to each other about their dreams. • Use the following format to write your dialogue Person 1: I believe that . . . Person 2: Nonsense. Your . . . Person 1: That is not true. I . . . • You may wish to have the people ask one another questions. • Focus the dialogue on the specific issues. Although they may criticize or challenge each other’s beliefs, the conversation should not become a namecalling session. Have each person comment on the other person’s opinions. • Your dialogue should be based on both historical fact and imaginative details derived from historical fact. • Your dialogue should be at least 3 pages long, single spaced, typed in size 12 font.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i have 9th grade history
anonymous
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@Seantheskater can you help me then

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