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USHAP. Unit 5 Week 1. Agenda: Monday 11/19/12 . Objective: Understand the course of the Civil War Content: The key military and political dynamics of the war Skills: Change over time analysis Essential question: Why was compromise increasingly difficult to obtain ? Reminders:

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USHAP

Unit 5 Week 1


Agenda monday 11 19 12
Agenda: Monday 11/19/12

  • Objective: Understand the course of the Civil War

  • Content: The key military and political dynamics of the war

  • Skills: Change over time analysis

  • Essential question: Why was compromise increasingly difficult to obtain?

  • Reminders:

    • Essay Test Moved From Tuesday 12/18 to Monday 12/17

    • Fluency Fact Review Quiz tomorrow 

  • The Civil War: Key Battles and their consequences

  • Glory



Timeline activity
Timeline Activity

  • Fort Sumter, April ‘61

  • Bull Run, July ‘61, March-Aug. '62

  • Peninsular Campaign

  • Shiloh, April ‘62

  • Antietam, Sept. ‘62

  • Fredericksburg, Dec. ‘62

  • Chancellorsville, May ‘63

  • Gettysburg, July ‘63

  • Vicksburg, July ‘63

  • Atlanta, Sept. ‘64

  • Appomattox, April ‘65

  • Create a timeline

  • For each battle, describe the following:

    • A significant element of the battle

    • A key figure from the battle

    • Which side has an advantage as a result of the battle?

  • At the end of class we will report out on the whiteboard.


Glory
Glory

  • Changing the war from a political to a moral fight

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j66i6Ey_IAQ&feature=related


Agenda tuesday 11 20 12
Agenda: Tuesday 11/20/12

  • Objective: Understand the course of the Civil War

  • Content: The key military and political dynamics of the war

  • Skills: Change over time analysis

  • Essential question: Why was compromise increasingly difficult to obtain?

  • Reminders:

    • Essay Test Moved From Tuesday 12/18 to Monday 12/17

  • Fluency Fact Quiz

  • The Civil War: Key Battles and their consequences

  • Glory


Timeline activity1
Timeline Activity

  • Fort Sumter, April ‘61

  • Bull Run, July ‘61, March-Aug. '62

  • Peninsular Campaign

  • Shiloh, April ‘62

  • Antietam, Sept. ‘62

  • Fredericksburg, Dec. ‘62

  • Chancellorsville, May ‘63

  • Gettysburg, July ‘63

  • Vicksburg, July ‘63

  • Atlanta, Sept. ‘64

  • Appomattox, April ‘65

  • Create a timeline

  • For each battle, describe the following:

    • A significant element of the battle

    • A key figure from the battle

    • Which side has an advantage as a result of the battle?

  • At the end of class we will report out on the whiteboard.


Glory1
Glory

  • Changing the war from a political to a moral fight

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j66i6Ey_IAQ&feature=related