Summer for the Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion Fun Activities

Edward Larson
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Most Interesting Aspect

Edward J. Larson's The Summer for the Gods includes a variety of aspects, insights, and a significant amount of information regarding a historical incident that is debated to this day. Class members are to select the aspect of the work they consider most unique or interesting. Students will compose a brief written presentation describing their views.

Introducing Individuals

Students are to assume the role of a member in The Summer for the Gods they choose. From that role, they are then to orally introduce another significant individual. This will continue down the line until the entire class has had an opportunity.

Letter Home

Students are to assume the role of one the individuals in this story. They are then to write a letter to a family member or friend explaining what they have observed that interested them.

Sermon Or Speech

Many of the individuals in...

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