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This activity is the perfect way to begin your Civil War unit and provide your students with a tool to compare and contrast the leadership, militaries, resources, and strategies of the Union and the Confederacy! Digital and Paper Copies Included!This "The Civil War Begins: Comparing the North and So
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Causes of the Civil WarSectionalism: Comparing the North and South Before the Civil WarAim: How does where we live determine how we live?Included in this resource:• Title page • Do Now Student constructed response• Comparing the North and South before the Civil War reading passages- Climate/Geograph
Causes of the Civil WarSectionalism: Comparing the North and South Before the Civil WarHardcopy and Google Drive Resource Included Aim: How does where we live determine how we live?Included in this resource:• Title page• Do Now Student constructed response• Comparing the North and South before the C
In this resource, there is a nonfiction reading passage comparing the north and the south during the time of the Civil War. It is differentiated for your high, mid, and lower level students as you study about the Civil War. Integrate US History content with your reading texts and meet each reader's
The Civil War Begins: Comparing the North and South NO PREP Distance Learning Pack. This activity is the perfect way to begin your Civil War unit and provide your students with a tool to compare and contrast the leadership, militaries, resources, and strategies of the Union and the Confederacy! Digi
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is my second lesson in the Towards Civil War unit. In this lesson, the students will compare and contrast the North and the South before the Civil War. The students will then have to decide if these differences will lead to an increase in nationalism or sectionalism. Bellwork: How does where we
This presentation compares and contrasts the antebellum North and South economically and socially. It includes Manifest Destiny spawned new technologies that "shrank" the nation such as the railroads and telegraphs. It includes how Eli Whitney's well-intentioined cotton gin had the unintended cons
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will be able to explain the strengths and weaknesses of the Union and Confederacy in fighting the Civil War. (See free preview download for detailed lesson information.) Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussi
This is a cut and paste worksheet that will allow students to compare and contrast the north and south on economic, political, and social differences. It meets Tennessee Social Studies standard 5.2.
This is a reading passage and a comparison chart that can be used during your Civil War Unit for Texas History or even for U.S. History! It has details about the differences between these two sections of the country in the following categories: Climate and geography, population, economy, life and cu
Worksheet comparing the North and South and the advantages and disadvantages prior to the war
Directions and a rubric for an essay about comparing and contrasting the economy and society of the North and South in U.S. history.
The purpose of this lesson is to describe the key events and ideas which led to the Civil War. Students will investigate the secession of the Confederate States of America, Abraham Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address, and Fort Sumter. They will describe how these events contributed to the start of the
This graphic organizer covers differences between the North and South in terms of land, jobs, crops, amusement, and education. The PowerPoint to accompany this is sold separately. "ONE LESS THING" YOU have to worry about!Check out my website: http://www.bynesleah.weebly.com
Use this FREE product to help your students identify vocabulary terms necessary to properly compare the North and South before the start of the Civil War. It includes two sets of charts for ten terms, one with clues and one without. It is a great way to introduce these terms while also providing you
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4th - 6th
What is the state’s role in developing the economy? (Day 1)Students work collaboratively to compare the roles that the state, ideology, and historical developments played in the development of North and South Korea’s economies after World War II until the 1980s. During the activity, students constr
How did economic models, ideologies, and political structures differ between North and South Korea after 1950?(Day 2)Students work in groups to apply content knowledge from pre-assigned homework readings about North and South Korea to a sequence of puzzles in an “escape room” scenario. The activity
DBQ: Evaluate the extent to which political ideologies affected the economies of Korea after 1945.(Day 3)Students can practice three targeted document-based question skills: thesis writing, contextualization, and sourcing. Students do not need extensive knowledge of Korean history. Teachers could al
Understanding the causes of the Civil War can be a complex task for elementary-age students. This series of worksheets hooks students with primary sources and critical thinking prompts to provide an engaging introduction to the Civil War.This is not an in-depth primary source analysis activity, but
This Civil War Stations Activity is a fantastic lesson to get your students out of their seats and moving around the classroom while they analyze and compare the Union and Confederacy.Six stations feature characteristics of the North and South that students must review to determine which region thei
This file is a resource pack that compares and contrasts the various forms of government in Southern and Eastern Asia (as outlined by the Georgia Standards of Excellence – SS7CG4). This lesson includes a presentation with important facts about the role of citizen participation in the autocratic and
This two week unit teaches children to understand the world in spatial terms using maps, globes, foldables, and many engaging activities – several are differentiated. This unit includes: Vocabulary Cards – Color and Black & White KWL Chart Color, Cut, & Create Booklets (differentiated) Map
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1st - 2nd
This 5-E guided lesson highlights the differences between modern-day North Korea & South Korea. The stark contrast between life on the Korean Peninsula gives your students a true understanding of the effects a government can have on its citizens. Fill-in style notes, a chart activity, and writin
**Includes a Google version for your Distance Learning needs! Please make sure any resources placed online are password protected (no public access). Thanks!In this Government class activity your students will learn about the different forms of government and how they can be classified (direct/repre

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