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Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images

Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation - Close Reading & Analysis of Images
Product Description
Delve into the Emancipation Proclamation to determine whether Lincoln helped, hurt or had little effect on slaves in the 1860’s. In this lesson, students will be learning about the Emancipation Proclamation by close reading and analyzing the document. Students will translate excerpts of the Proclamation and then answer questions pertaining to the document. The class will then analyze two primary source documents of images showing two different reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation. To end the lesson, students will write a persuasive piece on whether the Emancipation Proclamation helped, hurt or had little effect on slaves in the early 1860’s.

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-teacher directions

-warm up activity
-one page reading of the History Leading Up to the Emancipation Proclamation
-one page reading of the History After the Emancipation Proclamation
-a sorting activity of the Emancipation Proclamation
-directions to close read the Emancipation Proclamation
-teacher key for the Emancipation Proclamation
-primary source images for a visual analysis
-power point slides to guide classroom instruction
-a handout for students

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Total Pages
29 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
3 hours
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