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WARM-UP. HOW DOES THIS GRAPH HELP EXPLAIN WHY THE NORTH WON THE CIVIL WAR?. Learning Target. I can analyze the political effects of the Civil War. . What you have to know…. What 3 amendments were passed after the Civil War? How these 3 amendments will affect life in the south?.

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WARM-UP

HOW DOES THIS GRAPH HELP EXPLAIN WHY THE NORTH WON THE CIVIL WAR?

learning target
Learning Target

I can analyze the political effects of the Civil War.

what you have to know
What you have to know…
  • What 3 amendments were passed after the Civil War?
  • How these 3 amendments will affect life in the south?
after the war
After the War
  • The Civil War ended in 1865 with the North (USA) winning
  • The war left the South devastated
  • The focus of the U.S. now became how to re-admit the southern states into the Union.
  • This became known as the “Era of Reconstruction”.
3 parts of reconstruction
3 Parts of Reconstruction
  • Reconstruction require the S. to do 3 things:
    • Political change: S. had to write new state constitutions that rejected secession and made slavery illegal
    • Economic change: S. had to find new ways to make $$$$ w/out slaves
    • Social change: S. had to develop the political and social status of former slaves
  • It would take 11 years for all of the southern states to eventually agree to these terms.
learning target1
Learning Target

I can analyze the political effects of the Civil War.

activity silent writing
Activity –Silent Writing

Emancipation Proclamation

…All persons held as slaves within any state or designated part of a state ….. shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free…….

Abraham Lincoln

January 1st, 1863

  • As a slave in the south, how would this make you feel?
  • As a southerner, how would this make you feel?
emancipation proclamation
Emancipation Proclamation
  • Signed January 1863 during the Civil War
  • Proclaimed all slaves were free
  • Will not officially outlaw slavery
1 word main idea
1-Word Main Idea

Select 1-word to summarize the main idea of the political effects of the civil war.

ticket out the door
Ticket out the Door

How will the South be different now because of political changes that came from the Civil War?

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