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P R E S I D E N T I A L S P E E C H E S. T H A T S H A P E D T H E N A T I O N. Warm Up: 02/05/2014 Week 5 Who is someone you consider to be a leader? What qualities do they have that you see as making them a leader ? 3 – 4 Complete sentences. Comforters-in-Chief.

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PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES

THAT SHAPEDTHENATION

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Warm Up: 02/05/2014

Week 5

Who is someone you consider to be a leader? What qualities do they have that you see as making them a leader?

3 – 4 Complete sentences

comforters in chief
Comforters-in-Chief

President Lincoln (16th)

-Civil War

President George W. Bush (43rd)

-9/11

President Theodore Roosevelt (32nd)

-World War II

-Pearl Harbor

Objective: How have our presidents used words to comfort and lead our nation in moments of national crisis?

september 11 2001
September 11, 2001
  • On September 11, 2001, 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda hijacked four airliners and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States.
  • Over 3,000 people were killed during the attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., including more than 400 police officers and firefighters.
  • It was the second attack in all of U.S History that happened on American Soil
  • Launched the U.S. War on Terror: Afghanistan in November 2001 ; War in Iraq March 2003
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As we watch this speech you are to do the following in bullet points:

1. Write down words or lines you think he uses to comfort the nation

2. bullet point notes on how his facial expressions and tone of voice

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Turn to your neighbor and review what you wrote

In one minute I will call on you and your partner to share your findings with the class.

december 7 1941
December 7, 1941
  • The attack lasted 90 minutes; it began at 7:48 am
  • 2,386 Americans died (48 - 68 were civilians, most killed by unexploded American anti-aircraft shells landing in civilian areas).
  • 1,139 wounded.
  • Eighteen ships were sunk or run aground, including five battleships.
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As we watch this speech you are to do the following in bullet points:

1. Write down words or lines you think he uses to comfort the nation

2. bullet point notes on how his facial expressions and tone of voice

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Take a look at your notes, and on a post-it write one new thing you learned about leadership through today’s activity.

homework
HOMEWORK
  • Write two paragraphs on how President Bush and President Roosevelt used their speech to comfort the nation after a crisis.

- One paragraph is on President Bush

- One paragraph is on President Roosevelt