Do you ever wonder how kids can make a difference? In this DBQuest, young people from three different periods in U.S. history share, in their own words, how they helped their communities and country. All three take on the issue of food insecurity in times of war and peace.
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Students will be able to...
- Describe how young people have made a difference in their communities throughout U.S. history
- Compare how young people have responded to the issue of food insecurity in U.S. history
- Use evidence from primary sources to support analysis and answer questions