Grab these effective Common Core writing prompts and start to use compelling historical moments to teach argumentative writing.
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The 2013 Day of Learning: Reimagining Self and Other brought scholars together to discuss insights into the way we think about difference and how the brain works. Recent work by historians, political scientists, and sociologists suggests new narratives in the way we think about who is “us” and who is “them.” Findings from genetics suggest ways to re-imagine the weight we give to physical and social differences. Behind the headlines, this research helps shatter long held assumptions about the development of identities and their boundaries.