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  1. Synthesizing Leadership Principles Classroom Application

  2. When did you know that you had become a leader? • How did you learn to be a leader? • OR, What was the turning point in your leadership development?

  3. Classroom Activities • Enduring Understanding and Character Focus on Leadership • “Leaders and their decisions have a significant impact on the people they lead and the events they face.” • Battle of Gettysburg – Discretionary vs. Nondiscretionary Orders • Learning and Applying the 21 Laws

  4. Civil War Leadership Writing Assignment • Research a Civil War Leader… • Students will then write an essay, evaluating whether their figure was an effective or ineffective leader… • Analyze at least FIVE laws the leader demonstrated during the war… • What areas of your own life are you excelling at a leadership law? Which one could you work on more? What lessons from your chosen leader’s life can you apply to your own? Explain each component. • Writing PA CC.9-10.A, B, C, F

  5. Carrying The Principles Forward • The film Glory – using the laws to follow Shaw’s leadership progression • Reconstruction – comparing Lincoln to Andrew Johnson • Industrialization – business leadership of Carnegie and Rockefeller • Progressive Era – Comparing the styles of Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson • Lincoln and the Ownership of History