4/22-23 Monday-Tuesday

Guiding Question: 
To what extent did the Emancipation Proclamation free slaves in the United States? 


Objectives:

Collaborative: Students will evaluate Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation by reading and answering questions with at least 80% accuracy.
Independent: Students will understand the experience of Civil War soldiers by completing a webquest with at least 80% accuracy.
Standards:
8.10 - Students analyze the multiple causes, key events, and complex consequences of the Civil War. 
8.10.4 Discuss Abraham Lincoln’s presidency and his significant writings and speeches and their relationship to the Declaration of Independence, such as his “House Divided” speech (1858), Gettysburg Address (1863), Emancipation Proclamation (1863), and inaugural addresses (1861 and 1865).
Do Now (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes: 
- Take out your Spring Break homework (Map & Reading Questions)
- Who is the President of the Union? Who is the President of the Confederacy? Does the President of the Union have authority over what happens in the Confederacy?
Whole Group (Voice Level 0) 10 minutes: 
Emancipation Proclamation Notes

Independent (Voice Level 0) 45 minutes: 

Early Finisher?: 
- Have you finished all the history work in Google Classroom?  
- Play an iCivics game 
- Work on homework for another class
- Read a NewsELA, CNN, or Achieve article 
- Practice your typing 
- Read a book

Collaborative (Voice Level .5) 45 minutes:
Task 1: Emancipation Proclamation

Early Finisher?: 
- Have you finished all the history work in Google Classroom?  
- Play an iCivics game 
- Work on homework for another class
- Read a NewsELA, CNN, or Achieve article 
- Read a book

Exit Ticket (Voice Level 0) 5 minutes: 
On board

Homework: 
None 

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