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PBL: A "Star-Spangled Banner" from Fort Sumter Civil War Webquest

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Imagine that instead of witnessing the bombardment on Fort McHenry during the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key witnessed the surrender at Fort Sumter to start the Civil War in 1861. How would his poem have been different?

In this activity, students research using a variety of resources to learn about the events surrounding Fort McHenry. They then use what they have learned to re-write the "Star-Spangled Banner" as a Union supporter witnessing the attack on the Fort Sumter.

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- Links to resources that can be used for research

- Research guiding questions

- Directions for how to access a Google Doc version of the document, if you prefer that format. It will ask you to make a copy of the document when you open it. You will then be able to edit the document if desired. You can share the document with students or post it as an assignment on Google Classroom. If you assign it through Classroom, be sure to click the "copy for each student" option.

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Total Pages
3 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 hours
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