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Week 3 Lesson 2: The Hundred Flowers Campaign (primary sources and historical interpretations)

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Transcript of Week 3 Lesson 2: The Hundred Flowers Campaign (primary sources and historical interpretations)

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Week 3 Lesson 2: The Hundred Flowers Campaign

LI: To evaluate the significance of the Hundred Flowers Campaign.

SC: Students will be able to construct a defensible argument about the consequences of the Hundred Flowers Campaign using primary sources and historical interpretations as evidence.
How to structure an analysis of historical interpretations
1. Working as a class.

2. We will go through an A, B C-style analysis of an historical interpretation of the Hundred Flowers Campaign of 1957-58.

3. Copy down the example, step-by-step, in the exam-style answer space provided.
Week 3 Lesson 2: The Hundred Flowers Campaign (primary sources and historical interpretations)
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