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Overview: Recognizing the order of events not only helps in reading
comprehension with stories or historical events, but also provides a foundation
for breaking large tasks into managable pieces that must go together in
proper order. This exercise pairs students who will do the preparation
work for you.
Options/Variations: Use readings of historical events and discuss how history would have been different if certain events had taken place in a different order. For example, two American inventors were within hours of each other in taking patents for the same device to the U.S. Patent Office, resulting in a case that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Do you know who they were? How might our communications industry be different if they had made it to the office in different order?
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