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Ridgway US History Episode #29: African-Americans in Reconstruction
This lesson attempts to provide students a comprehensive, yet nuanced insight into African-American's experiences during Radical Reconstruction and what gains were made in the areas of economics, social class, politics, and more.
For specifics, this lesson will:
▸ Analyze the aims of Radical Republicans in the South & evaluate their effectiveness.
▸ Explain the struggle of black Americans for freedom and equality through “ESPM” (economics, social class, politics, miscellaneous).
▸ Summarize the intentions of the 13th, 14th, & 15th amendments.
▸ Integrated videos, warm-up, and exit ticket questions.
▸ Museum and text-based graphic organizer activity.
▸ Padlet-based summarization activity.
Formats: Google Apps, Word, PowerPoint, PDF.
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Tags: Ridgway US History, South, North, American Civil War, US Civil War, Abraham Lincoln Jefferson Davis, Interpretation, Confederacy, Union, 10% Plan, Wade-Davis Bill, Radical Republicans, Emancipation, Black Codes, Veto, Reconstruction Act of 1867, Radical Reconstruction, Presidential Reconstruction, Congressional Reconstruction.