Students love this approach to reading the Gettysburg Address. In groups, or individually, they each have parts to read in sequence. The final result is literally a performance which is worthy of videotaping or performing for other classes.
I include all you'll need -
- teacher suggestions and directions,
- the ten individual parts, each on a separate worksheet that contains the complete address and assigns three individual "parts."
- a master copy of the parts, with room to write student names
- a word search for words in the address.
Students discover the messages in the Gettysburg Address with this product from Michele Luck.
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Analysis