This lesson, using the 1918 influenza epidemic as a starting point from which to understand dimensions of the 1920s, was taught to two US History classes in demonstration lessons at Columbia River High School on February 10, 2012. Students gathered in the school computer lab to explore the document set, organized into a Prezi. Based on observations of the first class, the group revised the question tool for the second class. The format, inquiry model, and reflection tool seemed to serve the students well.
An interesting account for us (sometime) teachers: sometimes it's useful to use contemporary info.