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The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students

The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
The Attack at Fort Sumter: Utilizing Primary Sources to Engage Students
Product Description
In this fun activity, students are asked to read a primary source document (diary entry) of Mary Chesnut. As students read they are asked to analyze the document and describe what is happening in their own words. This task requires that students infer and utilize context clues to create their summary. To help students grasp the concept, the paragraphs are numbered to help them chunk text. My students discuss the diary entry in think pair share teams, highlighting words and evidence that proves what they believe is happening. They complete this task by writing a summary independently. With this purchase you receive:
a complete lesson plan, background information to engage students, as well as the primary sources needed to engage and motivate students to complete this challenging task.

Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
55 minutes
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