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This project will pique your students’ interest! Working independently or in pairs, intermediate-grade learners conduct research to explore the lives of abolitionists - journalists, runaway slaves, ministers, politicians, and others - who acted as catalysts in a time of social change What’s Included
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This Harriet Tubman, Body Biography Project is filled with all you need to teach and promote the abolitionist, suffragist, and political activist. Harriet Tubman escaped slavery to become a leading abolitionist. She led hundreds of enslaved people to freedom along the route of the Underground Railro
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This Frederick Douglass, Body Biography Project is filled with all you need to teach and promote the abolitionist, author, orator, social reformer, and political activist. This biography study is a collaborative research activity. After escaping from slavery in Maryland, he became a national leader
In this writing assignment, students select one of twenty quotes from a list of various abolition leaders including Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Sarah and Angelina Grimke, William Lloyd Garrison (and others). Using a planning guide with analysis questions, students break down what they interp
Have your students use these graphic organizers to research facts about various abolitionists from the pre-civil war era. They can choose an abolitionist to research and write a biography OR autobiography about. Here are some of the ways you can use these organizers: •Provide a list of abolitionists
This is a two-part project that allows students to analyze different scenarios that abolitionists faced during the movement. Students will study a scenario, answer guiding questions, and apply their decision about the scenario to a fictional social media page. This resource contains 5 Abolitionist S
William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Beecher Stowe, David Walker, Lydia Maria Child and Harriet Tubman are a few of the influential abolitionist leaders that your students will focus on as they complete engaging and student-centered projects and activities. Students may create poems,
This research based project provides students with an opportunity to build an understanding of the Abolitionist Movement through the lens of a real life figure of their choosing. Students will use research, interpreting, writing, and citation skills to design a poster that highlights the life and le
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This is a project specifically made to evaluate 19th century reforms prior and during the Civil War Era. This specific project aims to evaluate important figures and their contributions to Social Reforms, the Abolitionists and the beginning of the Women's Reform Movement.The project breaks these int
Super fun project for your students to research abolitionists from the pre-Civil War Era! Take file folders, refold them to resemble a mini tri-fold board, and have your student's creativity explode in your classroom! For the 8 "Must-Haves" listed below, there is a corresponding printable page for s
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This is a 10 page project on one of America's famous freedom fighters! He published an abolitionist newspaper against the evils of slavery, and freedom for all. The pen is mightier than the sword! This is part of American History and Black History. Thanks so much for visiting the House of the Three
This resource is a creative middle school social studies project. Included in the project is an assignment description and rubric. This resource was created to align with the 7th grade social studies textbook Discovering Our Past: A History of the United States, Early Years. However, the project was
Abolitionists & the Underground Railroad Differentiated Reading PassagesPrintable + Digital Paperless Versions IncludedWith this resource, students will learn about abolitionists and the Underground Railroad through reading engaging passages on differentiated reading levels. There are 7 original
SIX Complete Slavery Lessons of Nonfiction Informational Text (No Additional Textbook Needed), engaging hands-on activities, and THIRTEEN INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ASSIGNMENTS to explore the Slavery's Beginnings, History of the Slave Trade in America, Daily Lives of Enslaved People, the Birth of our Nati
This Black History Body Biography Project is filled with all you need to teach and promote the civil rights leaders, Nobel Prize recipients, activists, former president, authors, poets, suffragists, abolitionists, orators, athletes, and true heroes for all generations. This biography study bundle is
Students enjoy researching and creating a "Memory Box" of a civil war hero. In this project (11 pages here), students research a civil war hero, write a biography (including a 3rd person prologue of life, 1st person monologue as the person, and epilogue of what student would say/ask person), write a
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This Jackie Robinson, Body Biography Project is filled with all you need to teach and promote the professional baseball player, civil rights activist, and award winner. This biography study is a collaborative research activity. Jackie Robinson was a professional baseball player who became the first
Historical Picture Book As teachers, we are always trying to motivate our students to learn about various concepts. Some students struggle with historical fiction and/or learning about the history through informational text. This project gives students the sense of purpose that is needed to motiv
Westward Expansion Bundle Items Assessment Bundle These are the tests, quizzes, study guide, and projects I use to assess my students' learning over the course of our Westward Expansion unit covering the fourth grade standards. Included: Main Test 3 Quizzes 1 Study Guide 2 Projects (Cereal Box and
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This assignment will help students research a number of different Abolitionists from all different walks of life during the mid-1800's. Students will use hyperlinks for each of the featured Abolitionists that will take them to www.biography.com where they can see pictures, review personal informati
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This project choice board is an awesome way to have students review about Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubman. This project choice board has 9 activities, such as flash cards, write a story/play, presentation, research, Venn Diagram, free thinker, create a test, word search,
Expanded: Westward Expansion Bundle Items These are the tests, quizzes, study guide, poster/teacher slides, crossword puzzles, and projects I use to assess my students' learning over the course of our Westward Expansion unit covering the fourth grade standards. Each of these items are also availabl
NEW: Note: This is included in the all-inclusive package with website access so CLICK HERE This is a nice activity where students analyze the Gettysburg Address and make "tweets" from a partisan / abolitionist / military viewpoint either supporting or criticizing Lincoln. The objective is to analy
This Body Biography Project Mega Bundle is filled with all you need to teach and promote the civil rights leaders, Nobel Prize recipients, activists, former presidents, authors, poets, suffragists, labor leaders, world leaders, abolitionists, orators, athletes, and true heroes for all generations. T

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