Windows of Time Since 1492
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This lesson is designed as a followup exercise to oral and silent readings of the
Digest of Columbus’s Log-Book
. During class, students will be challenged to answer questions which will employ both analytical and comprehensive thinking skills. They will become involved in daily journal writings of their own as they go about their daily lives. The theory of quest and goal attainment will be discussed both as it pertained to Columbus’s expedition as well as their own journey through life and the successes and achievements that they desire for themselves and for their families.