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When you first get in…. Add LO and DQ to pg. 83 LO: Identify visions for Reconstruction and how those visions were carried out Cite examples from primary sources DQ: Why was the Freedman’s Bureau helpful to former slaves? What were the purpose of black codes? Table of Contents

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When you first get in

When you first get in…

  • Add LO and DQ to pg. 83

    LO:

  • Identify visions for Reconstruction and how those visions were carried out

  • Cite examples from primary sources

    DQ:

  • Why was the Freedman’s Bureau helpful to former slaves?

  • What were the purpose of black codes?

    Table of Contents

    Pg. 82Black Codes-Done in Class11/12/13

    Pg. 83Plans for Reconstruction11/12/13


Think of a time when

Think of a time when…

  • You reached a goal or achieved something that you had to work for (IT COULD BE A GOAL THAT YOU ARE STILL WORKING ON)

  • Example: Making a sports team, learning a new technique, receiving an A in a difficult class, solving a problem, etc..

  • What did you have to do to reach that goal?


When you first get in

  • Your goal is like your vision

  • The actions you took to achieve that vision is how you carried out that vision (how you made it happen)


Ratify

Ratify

  • Accept as law


Copy this on page 83

Copy This on Page. 83


Abraham lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

  • Vision: reunify the nation

  • Carry Out Vision:

    • Pardoned officials

    • Allowed states to form new governments

    • Freedmen’s Bureau- set up schools and hospitals & give out clothes and food for African Americans


Andrew johnson

Andrew Johnson

  • Vision: continue Lincoln’s plan, just less forgiving

  • Carry Out Vision:

    • New states must ratify 13th Amendment or would lose reps. In congress (less votes for those states)

    • Southerners must pledge loyalty otherwise, government would take their property


Southern state governments

Southern State Governments

  • Vision: white mans government for white men only

  • Carry Out Vision:

    • Some refused to ratify the 13th Amendment

    • Black codes- limited freedom of former slaves


Checking in

Checking-In

  • Which plan was most helpful to African Americans AND WHY?

    _____________’s plan was most helpful to African Americans because __________________________________.


Segregation

segregation

  • Segregation=separation of races


Black codes group work

Black Codes- Group Work

Our adjective to describe black codes is __________________________. The text that makes us think this is: _____________ ___________________________________.

(use an example from the codes)

The state of ____________ has a code that matches segregation because _____________________________________.


Black codes

Black Codes

  • What adjective could be used to describe black codes?

  • What in the text makes you choose that adjective?

  • Choose cooperative group roles, 5 minutes before reporters share with class!


3 2 1 summary

3-2-1 Summary

Top 3 Space, write three facts from today that you think were interesting:

In the middle 2 space, define or identify important terms to remember:

In the last space, write one question that can be answered by using the other two levels


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