DNA : Silently complete handout “North and South in the Civil War” on the back table (skip #3). Also, please check the homework board! Thank you!. Correct handout “North and South in the Civil War.”. Accountability Paper. Copy the whole thing by hand.
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DNA: Silently complete handout “North and South in the Civil War” on the back table (skip #3). Also, please check the homework board! Thank you!
DNA: Read and complete the handout titled “The War Begins,” on the back table, to the best of your ability. [15-20 minutes] You may write on your copy.
After 15-20 minutes, we will go over this as a whole-class.
Jefferson Davis Abraham Lincoln
a) Frederick Douglass b)William H. Seward c) Abraham Lincoln d) Robert Gould Shaw
[ SKIP Ch.’s 49 & 50 ]
Tapping into the “Musical-Rhythmic” intelligence of students.
Marching Song of the First of Arkansas
Johnny Is My Darling
Tenting on the Old Campground
Bonnie Blue Flag
Read handout “The North Takes Charge” and be prepared to answer questions about it!
A Turning Point in the War
Answer the reading comprehension questions as a class.
Dear Mother and Father,
I am still in the land of the living...
Ulysses S. Grant - Grant is appointed in early 1864 as head Commander of all Union armies after his win at Vicksburg. General McClellan is fired!
Hero or Monster?
What was General William Sherman's legacy after the Civil War--hero or monster? How did he he treat his former soliders?
From "Sherman's March.“
Video Clip (2:34)