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Sectionalism & Irreconcilable Period Bundle! Dred Scott, John Brown, Nat Turner!
Sectionalism and Irreconcilable Period Bundle! Dred Scott, John Brown, Nat Turner! The Sectionalism Bundle is included with the much larger American History Super Unit Version 3/4, located here: The American History Super Unit: Version 3/4! Buy Super Unit Version 3 and receive and additional disc

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John Brown: Hero or Criminal? Investigate John Brown's Legacy! Civil War!
John Brown: Hero or Criminal? Investigate John Brown's Legacy! Civil War! This resource on John Brown's Legacy is also included in the much larger Sectionalism and Irreconcilable Period Bundle, located here: Sectionalism & Irreconcilable Period Bundle! 8 engaging and Common Core focused resour
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Bleeding Kansas, John Brown, Raid on Harpers Ferry
Bleeding Kansas, John Brown Causes of the Civil War Kansas-Nebraska Act, Bleeding Kansas, John Brown, Raid on Harpers Ferry, and the Caning of Charles Sumner Aim: What was the cause of "Bleeding Kansas?" Included in this resource: • Title page • Do Now - Quote Analysis: students answer questions
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John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry: Non-Fiction Reading Passage
John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry: A Close Reading Passage for UPPER ELEMENTARY Before you check out this passage on the historical event of John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry and the role it played in history, have you checked out my social studies interactive reading response journal bundled pa
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John Brown: Hero or Villain? Poster Lesson Plan
John Brown Poster Lesson Plan This higher-level thinking assignment includes a short biography of the famous abolitionist John Brown that your students can read for homework or in class. Your students must then decide whether he was a hero that deserves an award or a criminal. Students then use t
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John Brown Webquest (Bleeding Kansas and Harpers Ferry)
John Brown Webquest Students will gain basic knowledge about John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry by completing an internet-based worksheet. The John Brown Webquest uses an amazing virtual museum website by Smithsonian National Museum of American History. The website allows students view historical a
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John Brown: Biography Reading Passage: Civil War
John Brown: Are you studying John Brown, abolitionists, his raid on Harpers Ferry or events leading to the Civil War? Do you love interactive notebooks? If so, this passage and interactive notebook flippable activity will work perfectly for you. Why do I think you will love my passages? I work v
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John Brown Worksheets/Webquest Collection
This lesson plan collection activity includes three webquests/lesson plans. The first webquest contains forty questions and an answer sheet is included for the teacher about John Browns actions in Kansas and at Harpers Ferry. Students will gain basic knowledge about John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferr
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John Brown & Harpers Ferry Differentiated Reading Passages
In this resource, there is a nonfiction reading passage based on John Brown & Harpers Ferry. It is differentiated for your high, mid, and lower level students as you study the Civil War, slavery, and Black History month. Integrate social studies content with your reading texts and meet each read

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John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry Primary Source Worksheets
This activity includes two internet based primary documents on John Brown and the raid on Harpers Ferry. The websites used are from a great primary source site, the Eye Witness to History site. http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/index.html The following topics are covered in the primary document re
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John Brown: Murderer or a Martyr?
John Brown is one of the most controversial figures in American history. Some consider him a mad man, while others consider him a man that sacrificed his life to end slavery. Students love this activity and will be highly engaged as they are intellectually stimulated. This lesson is jammed packed
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John Brown's Raid at Harper's Ferry Martyr or Murderer? Point of View
This lesson has students discuss John Brown's Raid at Harper's Ferry. Students examine differing viewpoints regarding the raid, including two newpaper editorals, a drawing portraying John Brown, Frederick Douglass's account of Brown and Brown's speech in defense. Through their analysis, students pra

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John Brown Raid on Harper's Ferry Primary Source Analysis
This handout has a passage with background information on the raid on Harper's Ferry. Also included are two primary sources (different perspectives) on John Brown and his actions. Students respond to questions based on the primary sources and are asked to cite textual evidence to support their res
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Biography: John Brown
This biography focuses on John Brown, an ardent abolitionist who led both the raid of Pottawatomie Creek, Kansas, in 1856, and the attack on Harper's Ferry, Virginia, in October 1859. Brown's intent was to inspire a slave rebellion throughout the South. The raid on Harper's Ferry failed and Brown
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John Brown, Bleeding Kansas, and Harper's Ferry Video Questions
Covering John Brown and his abolitionist movement in class? Want student to be engaged and thinking critically? This video & questions will do just the job! These video questions go along with Keith Hughes online video, "John Brown: Badass American." The video is 13 minutes and covers a variet
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John Brown's Raid on Harper's Ferry
Students will read and answer questions about John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry. They will also analyze a primary source document (Brown's speech to the court before he was hanged). Students will use both pieces to answer questions and write a constructed response (opinion) to the question, Was Jo
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John Brown's Raid Primary Source Analysis
Students read an account of John Brown's Raid on Harper's Ferry from the Civil War, excerpts from an interview John Brown conducted prior to his execution in 1859, and answer 20 questions of varying levels of difficulty. The answers are included where appropriate. This would be great for a sub! Sa

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1307-5 The 1850's and Slavery - John Brown, Bleeding Kansas and More
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will be able to explain why tensions between the two sides of the slavery issue increased during the 1850's. (See free preview download for detailed lesson information.) Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussio
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John Brown's Raid ACT practice reading
This is a practice ACT reading and practice questions for students preparing to take the ACT. The reading section of the ACT is mimicked with this activity.
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JOHN BROWN: HERO OR VILLAIN BIOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS CIVIL WAR CLOSE READ
Here is a 4-page handout on John Brown, one of the most controversial figures in American history. Page 1 provides a biographical background on John Brown. Pages 2,3, and 4 allow students to use text-based evidence to write 5 short-answer responses and 1 extended response. This handout is suitable f
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John Brown: Hero or Villain? (Common Core Aligned)
On October 16, 1859, John Brown led a small army of 18 men into the small town of Harper's Ferry, Virginia. His plan was to instigate a major slave rebellion in the South. He would seize the arms and ammunition in the federal arsenal, arm slaves in the area and move south along the Appalachian Mount
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John Brown and the Abolitionist Movement: Practice with Non-Fiction
John Brown is still a controversial figure in our contemporary world. Students will view clips from two different American Experience episodes where John Brown figure prominently. This lesson is designed for students to write with greater depth in regards to writing about argument. The student will
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John Brown Hearing
Simulation activity that will help students to better understand the increasing sectionalism in the United States before the Civil War. The class will imagine a hearing that never happened, in which abolitionist John Brown’s actions to lead a slave revolt are reviewed by Congress. In reality, John
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Civil War: The Trial of John Brown: Causes of the Civil War
Small groups of students are paired against each other to argue for or against John Brown in this famous 1859 trial. Students read several primary sources from the Mauzy Letters and from John Brown. Students fill out a legal brief of their arguments and the other sides argument as the mini-trial o
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