Final Prompt – Erasing Differences for the Sake of Inclusion: How Mexican/Mexican American Students Construct Historical Narratives

Regarding the Santiago reading, do these two things after thoughtfully reading the 17-ish assigned pages (described in your email):

1) On your site, post 4 questions from/about the text by class on Thursday April 27th; two close-ended questions that can be answered factually about the essence of piece and two open-ended questions that require extended analysis and/or practical application. Don’t try to be fancy, just ask your peers to make helpful and real-world connections. Dig it?
2) Respond to your assigned peers Q’s by Sunday, April 30th by 11:59pm. Note that we are giving you plenty of extra time to help you plan around your other assignments and responsibilities for the exam.

Here are the peer groups:

  • Lindsey – Daylon
  • Asher – Jordan
  • Joe – Ally
  • Justin – Caleb
  • Reggie – Meghan
  • Andy – Ashley
  • Malissa – Adam
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Author: Justin Detmers

Instructor & PhD Candidate in Teacher Education Michigan State University detmersj@msu.edu

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