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>Monica:
>   Our teachers at the high school level are talking about impeachment
>in a variety of ways.  The government classes are studying it as a
>process and Helen and I showed the teachers how to go to the American
>Memory Collection, choose Documents, and find the historical perspective
>on the process using "presidents and impeachment" as keywords.
>   The foreign language AP teachers are having students look in foreign
>language newspapers (Spanish, French, Chinese, German) to find, read,
>and analyze articles about President Clinton and the impeachment process
>- observations from other countries.
>   Since our school is nine miles from D.C., we get an "inside the
>beltway" perspective from our newspapers.  U.S. Government students are
>accessing our ProQuest Direct Newspaper database for articles in
>newspapers from around our country to make comparisons of points of
>view.  This approach has taught students more than just the facts.  They
>are learning about regional differences in the country and how insulated
>they are here with our news.
>Charlotte

Very impressive.

Carolyn
Carolyn Karis
Urban School of San Francisco
1563 Page Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
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