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Unit 1 - Civil War & Reconstruction

Unit 1 - Civil War & Reconstruction

Monday (Aug 22): Students will pre-asses Unit 1's content. 

Tuesday (Aug 23): Students will compare and contrast the economic, social, cultural, and political differences between the North and the South during the Antebellum period.

Wednesday (Aug 24): Students will compare and contrast the economic, social, cultural, and political differences between the North and the South during the Antebellum period.

Thursday (Aug 25): Students will describe how the North & South responded to new terrorities in the United States.  

Friday (Aug 26): Students will identify major successes and failures of the abolitionist movements. 

Monday (Aug 29): Students will identify major successes and failures of the abolitionist movements. 

Harriet Tubman Webquest: 

http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/bhistory/underground_railroad/harriet_tubman.htm

Tuesday (Aug 30): Learning Check Quiz 

Students can identify and analyze major technological, social, and strategic aspects of the Civil War. 

Inquiry Lesson - Which side was better prepared to fight the Civil War?

Wednesday (Aug 31): Students will explain the factors that led to the start of the Civil War.

Thursday (Sept 1): Students will explain the factors that led to the start of the Civil War.

Friday (Sept 2): No Class - Early Release Friday

Tuesday (Sept 6): Students will identify and discuss the relationship of war and technology in the Civil War, focusing on the role of the telegraph, weapons, railroads, and ironclads.

Wednesday (Sept 7): Students will analyze the meaning and impact of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Thursday (Sept 8): Students will analyze the strategic battles of the Civil War.

Friday (Sept 9): Ms. Potter was on Field Trip - Watch videos about early battles

Monday (Sept 12): Students will explain Lincoln’s executive action and leadership on the course of the Civil War. Students will explain the two main strategies (north & south) and describe how the Civil War officially ended.

Tuesday (Sept 13): Students will define and explain Reconstruction. Students will evaluate the different Reconstruction plans and their social, political, and economic influence on the South and the rest of the United States.

Wednesday (Sept 14): Juniors on field trip - Watch Glory Road (shows segregation in a college basketball team)

Thursday (Sept 15): Students will evaluate the different Reconstruction plans and their social, political, and economic influence on the South and the rest of the United States. (Ms. Potter absent - complete reading comprehension guide)

Friday (Sept 16): No Class - Early Release Friday

Monday (Sept 19): Students will evaluate the different Reconstruction plans and their social, political, and economic influence on the South and the rest of the United States.

Tuesday (Sept 20): Students will evaluate the different Reconstruction plans and their social, political, and economic influence on the South and the rest of the United States.

Wednesday (Sept 21): Students will evaluate the different Reconstruction plans and their social, political, and economic influence on the South and the rest of the United States.

Thursday (Sept 22): Review for Unit 1 Assessment

Friday (Sept 23): Unit 1 Assessment

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