This key concepts for US history based two page close reading details the Temperance and Abolition Movements.
It reveals the challenges faced by the America in the early 1800's as differing ideologies polarized. This lesson has four lesson options: an annotation guide, a worksheet with answer key, a key concept graphic organizer and an interactive notebook Rise Up! Perspective Picket Signs activity. Students analyze text, support claims with evidence and draw conclusions. In the interactive notebook lesson students support a create sign slogans and provide a historical perspective summary.
This events leading to the Temperance and Abolition lesson plan is completely student centered! Content covered:
1. Northwest Ordinance
2. Frederick Douglas
3. Sojournor Truth, Angelina and Sarah Grimke, William Lloyd Garrison
4. Harriet Beecher Stowe (uncle Tom's Cabin)
5. Persepectives of both abolitionists in the north and anti-abolitionists in the south
6. Temperance, key leaders and the rise of Prohibition
7. The 18th ammendment
8. How these movments sometime merged
9. The beginning of the Civil War and the bombardment of Fort Sumter
Tony Pavlovich, Instructomania,