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|Module 1: Identity in the Middle Ages|
|Lessons 1–7: How does society influence identity and experience?|
|Lessons 8–19: What do The Canterbury Tales reveal about identity and storytelling?|
|Lessons 20–30: In The Midwife’s Apprentice, how does the protagonist’s identity change over time?|
|Lessons 31–35: What elements make for an engaging historical narrative?|
|Module 2: Americans All|
|Lessons 1–7: What does being Navajo mean to the protagonist of Code Talker?|
|Lessons 8–21: How does Ned’s Navajo identity provide strength during times of challenge?|
|Lessons 22–31: What did the Wakatsukis experience during World War II, and how did it affect them?|
|Lessons 32–35: How did World War II affect individuals?|
|Module 3: Language and Power|
|Lessons 1–11: How and why does language inspire?|
|Lessons 12–21: How and why does language persuade?|
|Lesson 22–30: How and why is language dangerous?|
|Lessons 31–35: How and why does language influence thought and action?|
|Module 4: Fever|
|Lessons 1–12: In what context did the yellow fever epidemic of 1793 emerge?|
|Lessons 13–22: What were the effects of the unfolding crisis on Philadelphia and its citizens?|
|Lesson 23–32: What did the crisis reveal about Philadelphia’s citizens and society?|
|Lesson 33–38: How did people respond to the crisis?|