The Gettysburg Address Analysis

The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
The Gettysburg Address Analysis
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Students analyze Lincoln's Gettysburg Address of the Civil War by reading it, re-writing it in their own words, answering 6 questions, and completing a third task using their creativity (instructions are clear in the handout). A points distribution is included but not the answers because they are dependent on student opinion and interpretation of the material. This would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
-Why was it “fitting and proper” that a portion of the field should have been dedicated to the fallen soldiers? Do we have any modern day examples of this?
- How might the speech have been interpreted by Union and Confederate civilians? Would being a southern slave owner versus non-slave owner have made a difference? What about an Irish immigrant vs the descendant of a founding father?
-What do you think the “new birth of freedom” was that Lincoln spoke of?

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