Daily Lessons for Teaching Against All Enemies

Richard A. Clarke
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Objective: Chapter 1- The book is about Clarke's view of the ensuing events that happen right after the 9/11 attacks. Understanding the student's current knowledge and giving a clear background of what happened that day will help guide the students as they read "Against All Enemies." The objective is to see how much the students already know about the 9/11 attacks and what happened in its aftermath.

1) 1- As a class, discuss what is already known by the students concerning the day of 9/11. What happens in the U.S that morning? Try to find a clip of the plane crashing into the World Trade Center and news clips of the immediate aftermath, including the collapse and surrounding streets to show to the students. Discuss theories of what happens that day. What have the students heard in regards to what happened on 9/11? Consider all theories such as how Iraq is...

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