How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson Plan and Handouts

How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
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This lesson plan is intended for the early days of a Civil War unit. The essential questions consider the goals and context of the Gettysburg Address and how presidential rhetoric (speeches) shape the meaning of wars. It asks students to compare the Gettysburg Address to recent speeches from George W. Bush and Barack Obama about the meaning of war and also asks them to closely read the Address. A step by step overview of the lesson is included, as are handouts to be used by students.
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How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
How do Presidents Define Wars? Gettysburg Address Lesson P
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