Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform

Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
Reform Movements - Temperance, Education, Mental Illness, and Prison Reform
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This lesson discusses three major reform movements of the Antebellum Era - the Temperance Reform Movement, Education Reform, and the Prison Reform Movement. 

Students will read about the problems the reformers were trying to address. They will then brainstorm solutions to those problems by discussing how social issues can be addressed or improved by society. The issues of the 1800s have carried over to the modern day, so they are very relatable to students. 

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Check out my other lessons from this era:

Slave Life in the South

The Irish Famine - Seeing Bias Through Imagery

The Women's Rights Movement - A Mini-Play

The Era of Reform Review and Test The Abolitionists - Part 1

The Abolitionists - Part 2

The Abolitionists - Part 3

The Abolitionists Video Guide

Slave Life in the South Before the Civil War - Stations

The Compromises - The Missouri Compromise, the Compromise of 1850 and the Kansas-Nebraska Act

John Brown's Raid at Harper's Ferry - Martyr or Murderer?

Sectionalism and Events Leading to Civil War Review and Test

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Develop the topic with relevant facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples.
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