Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis

Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
Texas Declaration of Secession Primary Source Analysis
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  1. Texas History students review, or learn about, Texas during the Civil War and Reconstruction with these 5 activities: two primary source analysis resources, a gallery walk or power point with note guide, a reference sheet and review (academic and creative plus a review game), and a timeline with rev
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Texas History students read Texas' intents to secede from the Union and analyze by answering 15 questions and completing one of two creative tasks. They can also complete a vocabulary task, a point of view task, a summary task, and more! There are 5 suggested ways students can complete this activity on the teacher information page. The answers are included where appropriate and this could work for a sub! See the preview for a closer look!

Sample questions include:
--Explain how Texas perceived the purpose of achieving Manifest Destiny.
--In what ways has the Federal government sold Texas short (according to the document’s authors)?
--Why have sectional parties formed and what did the Northern sect demand?
--Discuss the effect on Texas and other slave states from the actions Northern states took during elections (at the ballot box).
--How do the Texans explain/defend why their point of view is the “right” one?
--Did Texas make a good enough case to justify secession, why or why not? Cite evidence from the text to support your answer either way.

You might be interested in some related resources:
Texas During the Civil War and Reconstruction BUNDLE
Texas History
Texas History from Secession to the Cold War BUNDLE
Texas Primary Source Analysis Bundle

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