Reasoning with Democratic Values 2.0 Instructor's Manual: Ethical Issues in American History (Paperback)
The comprehensive Instructor's Manual for Volume 1 and 2 of Reasoning with Democratic Values 2.0: Ethical Issues in American History will help instructors use the student volumes in secondary school or college courses in United States history.
Student Volume 1 contains 20 episodes beginning with the Colonial Era (1607-1775) and ending with A House Divided (1850-1865). Student Volume 2 contains 19 episodes beginning with Reconstruction and the Gilded Age (1866-1890) and ending with Contemporary America (1990-2017).
The Instructor's Manual includes:
- The rationale and goals for teaching with Reasoning with Democratic Values 2.0.
- Guidance for selecting chapters and determining frequency of use.
- Direction for leading classroom discussions of ethical issues.
- Suggestions for assessment and grading.
- Answers for the learning activities that follow each episode.
Reasoning with Democratic Values 2.0, Volume 1: Ethical Issues in American History: 1607-1865 by David E. Harris, Anne-Lise Halvorsen, and Paul F. Dain
Reasoning with Democratic Values 2.0, Volume 2: Ethical Issues in American History: 1866 to the Present by David E. Harris, Anne-Lise Halvorsen, and Paul F. Dain
About the Author
David E. Harris is a retired professor of teacher education at the University of Michigan. Anne-Lise Halvorsen is an associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University, College of Education. Paul F. Dain is a retired government teacher and social studies department chair at Andover High School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.