Child Soldiers in the American Civl War Cyberlesson created by Nathan Massicotte. Introduction.
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It is 1865. The United States is at war with itself and the future of the country hangs in the balance. But as a teenager, what can you do? What should you do? Take care of your family as your father fights? Or could you make the ultimate sacrifice and go to war?
You are about to read Pink and Say, the true story of two teenage Union soldiers and their experiences in the Civil War. The tale has been passed down from generation to generation and now onto your eyes. May it never be forgotten.
Click here to post your after reading thoughts to our online message board. Sign in, then click on DISCUSSION, choose your group number and post your ideas. You must post at least two times. Ask important open-ended questions, share your thoughts and ideas, discuss any points of confusion and raise questions that you might want to explore further. Refer to the online discussion rubric for further instructions.
Imagine that you are Say, returning home after being held prisoner in Andersonville. Write a letter in his voice to President Lincoln about your experiences in the war and at the prison camp.
Write a poem from two voices from the points of view of Pink and Say.
Visit the author’s page for Patricia Polacco. After reading the Who am I section, write 10 questions that you would ask her if you were to interview her. Questions can be about her life, Pink and Say, or any of her other books.
Visit the following websites and design a pamphlet for anyone visiting Andersonville today. Include at least 10 interesting/important facts from the history of the prison camp.