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Are you looking for the tools to create a complete lesson on the abolitionist movement in 19th century America? Look no further. Do you want to go completely PAPERLESS? This bundle has everything you need!
This "The Abolitionist Movement" Digital Bundle includes:
1) A customizable lecture that you can adjust to meet your needs and the needs of
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2) An activity with a comprehensive study of abolitionists and the anti-slavery movement in America in the early to mid-19th century. Students will begin by examining the origins of the abolition movement in America found in the Constitutional Convention of 1787, as well as the religious revivals and social reforms of the early 1800s. Then, your class will read the words of the Three-Fifths Compromise and examine the meaning behind the wording of the provision. In addition, your students will compare the citizenship status of slaves to that of others in society, and then write a brief statement from the point of view of the abolitionist on whether or not they agree with the compromise. Your students will then examine the role of several prominent individuals and groups of the abolitionist movement -- including William Lloyd Garrison, the Grimke Sisters, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, and the Underground Railroad -- and explain how each fought to end slavery in America. Lastly, your class will use a primary source to evaluate the bravery and selflessness of Harriet Tubman as a conductor of the Underground Railroad. Students will read an excerpt from an interview that Tubman gave in 1905 about a raid she helped lead to liberate slaves in South Carolina and use the document to answer questions about Tubman's role as an abolitionist.
3) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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