|Student break down the words of Confucius|
Yesterday, I used it in both my seventh and eighth grade Social Studies classes. It proved to be a wonderful way for students to break down the primary sources we were dealing with. The seventh grade broke down the Analects of Confucius to figure out his central ideas and the eighth grade dove into Jefferson's and Hamilton's writings on the creation of a national bank. For the most part they were responsible and used it appropriately. At the end, they used it a little more socially, but the lessons were a success.
Transcripts of Today's Meet backchannel
Creation of National Bank