You'll be split up into small groups, and each group will be assigned a set of documents (see below) to examine.
Within your groups, decide who is going to look at each source. Coordinate so that every document in the set gets analyzed by someone.
Spend some time (10-15 minutes) reading and investigating your document. Use the "Individual Analysis Questions" below to guide your analysis. Take notes as you go so you're prepared to share with your group. Some of the documents are long - don't feel like you need to read the whole thing! Skim to find the most salient points, then do a closer reading of those parts.
After everyone in your group has had a chance read and analyze their documents on their own, work with your group to share your sources and respond to the "Group Analysis Questions" below. Assign someone in your group to take notes so you're ready to report back to the class.
Finally, each group will share what they’ve learned with the whole class, As the groups share, think about how your set of documents connects to the others, note common themes you notice, and ask questions of each other.