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NBCT Students will identify broad goals of the Progressives and the types of people drawn to this movement; students will discuss the problems that drinking can pose in a modern society; students will be introduced to various methods of persuasion and discuss which seems more effective; primary sources from 1900 Alabama and students will analyze for both persuasive and historical points; lesson will culminate with students creating an ‘ad’ to persuade the public not to drink/support the temperance movement
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