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The Gettysburg and Second Inaugural Addresses: Practice with Rhetorical Analysis
Among the most significant speeches of American History is President Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address. Given on March 4, 1965, less than six weeks before his assassination, the speech is noted for its short length, powerful message and numerous rhetorical devices. It offers students insigh

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Abraham Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address, Common Core & Constructed Response, DBQ
This is a highly engaging lesson that will stretch your students intellectually. This is a DBQ lesson that focuses on Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address. The DBQ questions are written at level 3 DOK (Depth of Knowledge) and the lesson is aligned with Common Core, including a level 3 DOK Constructed R
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Abraham Lincoln’s 2nd Inaugural Address with Review Questions
Included in this homework or classwork sheet is Abraham Lincoln’s amazingly poetic 2nd Inaugural Address along with 10 comprehension questions to gauge your students understanding. In addition to traditional multiple choice questions, this worksheet has the students analyze how historical figures
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Primary Sources: Abraham Lincoln's 1st and 2nd Inaugural Address DBQs
Students will analyze Abraham Lincoln's inaugural addresses and answer questions in the space provided. Plenty of room for annotations (encouraged). Handy vocabulary definitions are included. Also available is Davis' inaugural address. Soon to come: Gettysburg Address and Emancipation Proclamatio
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President Lincoln’s “Second Inaugural Address” Common Core Rhetorical Analysis
This resource includes the annotated text and marginal notes for President Abraham Lincoln’s ”Second Inaugural Address” delivered on March 4, 1865. The rhetorical analysis includes 21 marginal comments with Common Core State Standards alignment. Reading and annotating informational texts is a criti
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Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address: Prove It!  Primary Source Analysis
This handout helps students analyze one of Abraham Lincoln's most important speeches - his Second Inaugural Address. This is a different approach to asking students to summarize a primary source, which can be a challenge for some. Instead of students doing the summarizing, they are given a statemen
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President Obama’s First and Second Inaugural Addresses – Rhetorical Analysis
This resource includes the annotated texts and marginal notes for the First Inaugural Address by President Barack Obama on January 20, 2009, and the Second Inaugural Address by President Barack Obama on January 21, 2013. The included zipped folder also includes copies of the speeches without annota
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Obama Second Inaugural Address Argumentative Essay Speechwriting Techniques
Obama's speeches are memorable and powerful for their progressive, spiritual vision and their abundant use of traditional speechwriting techniques, such as parallel structure, balanced phrasing, and alliteration. The class can start by listening to his speech on YouTube to get connected with the lan
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SpringBoard Grade 11 Lesson 2.20: Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address
American Rhetoric: Historical Context: Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address. Students will be able to analyze the rhetorical context of a seminal United States document and adapt speech for a particular context and task.
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Gettysburg Address & Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address
Primary Source Documents - students will read the documents and answer the questions that go along with them.
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Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address Assignment
This assignment is based on Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address. It requires students to annotate the speech for tone, parallelism, and pathos. A copy of the speech is required on which the student can write.
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Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address: A Rhetorical Analysis
This worksheet/handout has graphic organizers that help students analyze the Second Inaugural Address and identify rhetorical strategies and analyze the argument.
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Lincoln's "Second Inaugural Address" (Full-Text Cloze)
3 cloze sheets interactively present the text of Lincoln’s “Second Inaugural Address.” The language/meaning focused, "bite-sized" sections of text allow students to work with closely with the content, giving careful attention to the language to find the correct cloze insert from the provided word b
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Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address All In One Bundle w/ Questions, Assessments. PPT
Teaching students to analyze foundational US documents can be challenging! With this All in One Bundle, your students will be able to understand grade level vocabulary, analyze Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address through rhetorical devices and produce an Oral and/or Written Presentation to demonstrate m
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Common Core Writing Task: We Shall Overcome & Second Inaugural Address
In this lesson, students complete close readings of Lyndon B. Johnson's speech "We Shall Overcome" and Abraham Lincoln's "Second Inaugural Address." Then, they synthesize their understanding of the readings and write a short analytical essay requiring them to analyze the arguments in each speech. T

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DBQ - Abraham Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address
In his second inaugural address, delivered in 1865, President Abraham Lincoln spoke of a healing peace: With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care f
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"Second Inaugural Address" - Abraham Lincoln - US History/APUSH
“Second Inaugural Address” – Abraham Lincoln Primary source document from President Abraham Lincoln from his second Inaugural Address in 1865. Delivered with the end of the Civil War in sight, Lincoln looked to unite the country to accomplish the task that lay ahead – the conclusion of the war and
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Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address (United States, 1865)
In late 1864, Abraham Lincoln was reelected president of the United States. He delivered this address at the inauguration for his second term. The Civil War was still taking place, though it would draw to a close with the Confederacy’s surrender at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on 9 April 1865.
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Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address: Analyzing Rhetorical Devices
This lesson plan focuses on how Lincoln uses ethos and pathos in his second inaugural address. Students will identify and analyze examples and explain why they are effective given Lincoln's historical context. About this Document OwlEyes.org lesson plans have been developed to meet the demanding ne
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Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address -Analysis Wkst- Informational Text
This sheet asks students to analyze the 2nd inaugural address of President Lincoln. They will: -read it -summarize each paragraph of the speech (4 of them) -use evidence to determine Lincoln's concerns -use evidence to determine the tone of the speech -use evidence to determine personality traits o
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Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address
Worksheet with abridged excerpts from Lincoln's second inaugural address, broken up into key paragraphs and corresponding document analysis questions. Great for middle school or students who struggle with primary source analysis!
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Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address
This is a short close reading activity for Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address. The reading is followed by 3 comprehension questions designed to activate student's thinking about the goal of Reconstruction.
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SOAP Lincoln 2nd Inaugural Address Analysis
Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address is a pivotal point in concluding the Civil War for it acted as the key to the start of his Reconstruction Plan. Let your students understand the true meaning of "Malice towards none and charity for all"! Included in this resource is a slightly abridged version of hi
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Analyzing Allusion in President Obama's Second Inaugural Address
Help your students understand how President Obama uses historical allusions to achieve his purpose in his second inaugural address. This document contains *the full text of the speech (4 pages) *a thinking chart for identifying allusions, making connections to the speaker's purpose, and crafting an
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