Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)

Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)
Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)
Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)
Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)
Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)
Opposition to the Mexican-American War(Primary Source/Writing Activity)
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Students read Lincoln's Spot Resolution and Thoreau's Civil Disobedience. Students then write a 2 page response arguing whether or not Lincoln and Thoreau were justified in protesting the Mexican-American War.

This activity requires students to critically analyze documents, build and support arguments, and synthesize various sources to demonstrate understanding of the war.

The activity includes the sources and detailed instructions for the writing activity.
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3 pages
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Teaching Duration
4 days
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