Tuesday, May 28, 2019

HIST8 - May 28, 2019

ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: Why is the Gettysburg Address considered the greatest speech in American history?
HOMEWORK: Now that you have examined Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, create your own Address for a sacred, or “hallowed,” space on the Rio Norte campus--a space you wish to remember here at this school after you leave. Your address should capture Lincoln’s in style, length, and structure, but of course the content and tone will be determined by the place you choose. Take a photo of your location to have on display in the background as you deliver your Address to the class, or have someone shoot video of you delivering your Address at the place you have chosen. Include captions if you think it would make the video of your Address easier to understand.

TODAY'S AGENDA
  1. The Gettysburg Address
    1. The story, from Google Arts and Culture HERE
    2. Handout and text of the address HERE
    3. SOAPSTONE activity HERE
  2. Did Lincoln really write the Gettysburg Address on the back of an envelope?
  3. The Growth of America Illustrated Timeline
  4. Learn more from Smithsonian's "Search for Lincoln"




HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. 7:1 and 7:2 Notes
  2. The North Interactive Slide Presentation - HANDOUT HERE & SLIDESHOW HERE
  3. Crash Course US History: The Market Revolution - HANDOUT HERE
  4. Antebellum America Vocabulary - CLICK HERE
  5. Reform Movements of the North Interactive Slideshow - PPT HERE and HANDOUT HERE
  6. Crash Course US History: Slavery - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  7. The South Interactive Slide Lecture - Slideshow HEREhandout HERE
  8. The Southern Class System - Slideshow HERE; handout HERE
  9. 7:3 and 8:2 Reading and Notes
  10. African-Americans Resist and Adapt to Slavery - HANDOUT HERE and SOURCES HERE
  11. Growth of America Illustrated Timeline
  12. Gettysburg Address Handout and text of the address HERE
  13. Gettysburg Address SOAPSTONE activity HERE

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