Students will be engaged in active learning to study and explore the Gettysburg Address in a way that is understandable to fifth graders and above! At the completion, they will have memorized the speech in a fun and interactive way as collaborative learning and will extend the learning by Dressing up Like Lincoln. Prop ideas and clip art are included as well as a 12 page student workbook. A certificate is ready to be printed to reward the students' success. This is an excellent Non-Fiction Reading exploration into history also. Great for a November unit or a President's day unit. Takes about 3 weeks to finish doing a little each day.
Another really interesting person who was even a spy during the Civil War is Harriet Tubman! Learn more about how to include an Underground Railroad Simulation for your students: Pre-Civil War: The Underground Railroad Simulation and Harriet Tubman
Do you have students captured by curiosity and want to learn even more about Lincoln? This is a student study guide for a book written by Bill O'Reilly: Lincoln's Last Days, Killing Lincoln Student study guide
And a TEACHER manual to guide you in spiking their curiosity and interest in facts of history!Lincoln's Last Days, Killing Lincoln TEACHER manual guide
While Lincoln is an awesome President, maybe your students would like to memorize all of the US Presidents! Try it this way: Memorize the US Presidents