Civil War "I Can" Statements & Learning Goals! Posters and Log for Civil War!
This resource is included as part of the Civil War Unit and the American History "I Can" Statement and Learning Goal Log Bundle, located here:
Civil War: 14 engaging, Common Core lessons to teach American Civil War Unit!
American History I Can Statement & Learning Goal Log Bundle! 10 units! Keep students accountable!
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In this highly-effective purchase, you receive two major pieces to supplement any unit on the American Civil War and the 1850s Irreconcilable Period!
First, you receive 21 full "I Can" statements and Learning Goal posters for the Civil War, Dred Scott, Kansas-Nebraska Act, the Sumner Caning, Anaconda Plan, Lincoln, Douglas, the Election of 1860, the Emancipation Proclamation, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, and much more!
Second, the 21 statements have been arranged into a 9-page student log format where students complete measurable actions to show their understanding. For example, part of the first I Can statement has students, "Compare and contrast the economies of the North and the South. Show how they rely on each other but also oppose each other."
This activity guides student learning, holds students accountable, shows each child what they are responsible for knowing and doing, and helps keeps the focus of your classroom!
This resource includes a paper in-class version and a 1:1 Google compatible version to be used in conjunction with Google Classroom. Just follow the included instructions for how to access the Google version, then share the resource through Google or assign via Google Classroom. This will allow students to type directly into the document!
Also, the paper version is entirely editable!
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