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This assignment contains 4 primary source documents covering Frances Ellen Watkins Harper The sources includes; (1.) Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Eleventh Annual Woman’s Right Convention, New York, May 8/9, 1866 speech (2.)Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Eleventh Annual Woman’s Right Convention, New Y
This DBQ practice lesson activity is based on the events that surround the abolitionist John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry. In conducting the DBQ practice, students will analyze a set of 10 primary and secondary source documents, determine which documents show evidence as to whether or not John Bro
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The Abolition and Abolitionists Lesson Plan is PERFECT for online distance learning and is COMPLETELY READY TO USE with Google Apps (Google Classroom, Google Drive, etc.). This lesson plan will promote critical thinking and engage your students with the presentations built in discussion-based questi
This activity works as an excellent quick comparison assessment tool after learning about or being first introduced to Antebellum abolition and resistance movements of William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, American Colonization Society, and Nat Turner's Rebellion. Students are given 4 source e
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This DBQ activity is a google form that contains a primary source from 1792 (Dr. Falconbridge's account from a slave ship) with 11 multiple choice questions and 4 extended response questions all based on the reading. Edit the form to meet your needs. This DBQ activity works well with Georgia 8th
This handout starts with an analysis of speeches delivered on the issue of abolition from differing opinions. Then students read an excerpt of Uncle Tom's Cabin and answer some questions. They then analyze two lithographic pictures and complete a graphic organizer. Taking what they research, they th
This self-constructed DBQ contains seven sources and asks students the key question, How did slavery create tensions between the North and South? It contains a pamphlet image (Doc A), a speech by Frederick Douglass (Doc B), excerpts from a Supreme Court Decision (Doc C), excerpts from a 1856 newspa
Primary Source DBQ SOAPS Sullivan Ballou LetterUnit 08 The Civil War, Reconstruction, and GovernmentTexas HistoryCivil War, Compromises, Slavery, Abolition, Abolitionist, African Slaves, African Diaspora, Plantation Farms, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sectionalism, North, South, Economics, In
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Help build your students primary source analysis skills while also fostering critical thinking and developing writing skills with this engaging DBQ exercise. Exploring the Compromise of 1850 along with its causes and effects, students will utilize provided primary sources to respond to the provided
This includes documents, questions, TACOS, OPTIC, key people identifications, and a DBQ.It can be done individually, with a partner or a group.It can also be broken up in to multiple days or assignments.
This DBQ looks at the Abolitionist movement from the inside, investigating the attitudes and actions primarily of African-Americans involved in the movement to free their enslaved kinsmen and women. Sources include the famous (Oloudah Aquiano, john Brown) and the obscure, as well as images and a ch
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This lesson includesExplosion Box Project with graphics and box templatesDBQ about Abolitionist Primary Source Analysis Vocabulary ActivityKWL ActivityA-B-C ActivitySong Analysis12 World Summary3-2-1 activityWords for a Word Wall
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Reform Movements 1800s DBQ, Writing Activity, American History DBQ, Distance Learning: Reform Movements including Temperance, Women's Suffrage, Prison Reform, & Abolitionists DBQ Document Based Question Writing Activity is perfect for Common Core planning in your American History classroom! Stud
This workbook takes you though the lives of several reformers who dedicated themselves to changing American society. Topics explored include the abolitionist movement, women’s rights, treatment of the mentally ill and changing education. Some of the people that you will learn about are Dorothea
Among the most emphasized Advanced Placement United States History areas of focus for Period 5 is the different views regarding slavery's expansion. Most students easily grasp the divide over pro-slavery and abolitionist viewpoints, but confuse the far more complex viewpoints of free soil and popula
In order for students to grasp the causes and road to the Civil War, they must understand the four viewpoints regarding slavery and its expansion. Most students easily grasp the divide over pro-slavery and abolitionist viewpoints, but confuse the far more complex viewpoints of free soil and popular
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EXPERIENCING HISTORY is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY & SOCIAL STUDIES. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are 8
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Experiencing History is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of Early American History & Social Studies. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are
The new US History and Government Regents (Framework) will be first administered in June 2, 2020 in New York State. The focus of the exam around historical thinking parallels the Global II exam through Part 1, stimulus based questions. Part 2 are two sets of documents, requiring 2-3 short paragrap
Are you looking for pacing, lessons, and activities on the geographic expansion and political changes of the United States during the Westward Expansion and antebellum eras? Are you looking to keep your stress down and your life easier teaching U.S. history? Look no further as this unit includes act
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EXPERIENCING HISTORY  Now updated to the NEW Inquiry-Based STANDARDS is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY & SOCIAL STUDIES. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, now embedded with primary source documents that frame
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The 5th Grade Social Studies TEKS Unit 8: Sectionalism, Civil War, & Reconstruction COMPLETE Lesson Plan Unit is excellent for those teaching 5th grade social studies. The resources included in this lesson plan unit follow the TEKS standards and come ready to use for BOTH online DISTANCE LEARNIN
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This Social Studies VALUE Bundle covers three of the most difficult units to teach: Sectionalism, the Civil War, and Reconstruction! ALL of the incredible resources in these units have been used with GREAT success with thousands of students in grades 5 and above! **ALL three of these units are 100%
EXPERIENCING HISTORY  Now updated to the NEW Inquiry-Based STANDARDS is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY & SOCIAL STUDIES. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, now embedded with primary source documents that frame

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