How was the movement to preserve slavery reflected in the Dred Scott v. Sanford decision?
Collaborative: Students will analyze the significance of the Dred Scott case by reading collaboratively and answering questions with at least 80% accuracy.
Independent: Students will work to increase their Lexile levels by determining the central ideas of an Achieve article about Dred Scott, completing all summaries, and scoring at least 75% on the activity.
8.9.5. Analyze the significance of the States’ Rights Doctrine, the Missouri Compromise (1820), the Wilmot Proviso (1846), the Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay’s role in the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850, the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854), the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision (1857), and the Lincoln-Douglas debates (1858).
CCRA.R.1 – Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
ELD A.1 - Exchanging information and ideas with others.
Do Now (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes:
On your objective tracker, dissect the objectives you will be working to complete for today. Be prepared to explain the objectives in your own words if I call on you.
Whole Group (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes:
Task 1: Achieve3000,"Remembering Dred Scott". You need to complete the first 4 tabs for this article.
- You only need to summarize paragraphs that are more than two sentences! You may write your summaries as bullet points for my class.
- Achieve articles are summative grades. You cannot get higher than an NP if you did not summarize. In order to complete a "makeup Achieve" you need to also complete the first 4 tabs and the summaries on your makeup article as well.
Task 2: Watch CNN10 and complete the assignment in Google Classroom.
Collaborative (Voice Level .5 - 1) 45 minutes:
Step 2: Answer multiple choice-justification & CER questions in your groups.
Exit Ticket (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes:
Reflect on your objectives.
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