Average Rating 0 Reviews View This lesson is one of the anchor lessons in a 6-week unit on the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict that is taught through a multiple narratives approach. It is designed as a historical inquiry that students complete in groups. The historical inquiry requires students to read, write, analyze, and discuss various documents, mostly primary sources, that include text, maps, and photos to understand how the events that took place in 1948 were viewed through different perspectives and meant different things to the respective populations. Related Resources Déjà vu? An Analysis on the Holocaust and the Syrian Refugee CrisisHistory & Culture Once Upon of Time in DamascusHistory & Culture Syria's Climate ChangeHistory & Culture The Palestine Poster ProjectHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.