Watergate Role-playing Nixon Resignation Speech

Di Giacomo, Richard
October 2007
U.S. History Activities for English Language Learners;2007, p51
The article presents a lesson plan which helps students to understand the decision making process used by former U.S. President Richard Nixon to determine whether or not he was going to resign while practicing speech-writing skills.


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