In this 44 page/slide lesson your students will be able to answer the following questions:
By 1860, the differences between the North and South had become so great that Northerners and Southerners felt as if they belonged to two different countries. What were the differences between life in the North and South on the eve of the Civil War? How might these differences influenced the South’s decision to secede from the Union? The activities in this lesson are great to use as a lead-in to your Civil War Unit… The following activities are included in this lesson:
* Full Color- 22 Slide- Power-point lecture with corresponding student worksheet. (notes organizer)
* Student Map Activity (worksheet)
* Primary Source Activity (12 pages of excerpts, photographs, charts), corresponding student organizer and directions on “How to analyze a primary source”
* Integrating Math into History- Graphing Assignment (students will compare the North and South “By the numbers” and will create their own bar graphs to represent this information).
**You can choose to do a portion or all of the activities included in this product
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