Abraham Lincoln Lesson Plans

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1st Grade:
Patriotic People - lesson 2 1st gradeCover topic of Presidents' Day: why we celebrate it, and which presidents we remember. Tie in to African-American History, and discuss patriotism of Abraham Lincoln, president before and during the Civil War.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 13 - Math - Inches and FeetTo understand that an inch is used to measure length. To understand that a foot is used to measure length. To be able to determine whether an object should be measured by inches or by feet. To be able to measure objects using a ruler.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
U.S PresidentsBy completing the weekly reader activities describing a new president each day, the student will understand how each president has influenced the United States of America.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S PresidentsBy completing the weekly reader activities describing a new president each day, the student will understand how each president has influenced the United States of America.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S PresidentsBy completing the activities describing presidents, the constitution and money, the student will understand how these elements have influenced the United States of America.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
Letter to Lincoln1. Students will be able to discuss social, political, and personal issues that Americans faced because of the Civil War. 2. Students will use the Internet to locate resources related to the Civil War and incorporate information from these resources into their own writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Letter to Lincoln1. Students will be able to discuss social, political, and personal issues that Americans faced because of the Civil War. 2. Students will use the Internet to locate resources related to the Civil War and incorporate information from these resources into their own writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Was Abraham a RacistBy analyzing primary and secondary documents like a historian, students will write a three body paragraph and create an argument for the question "was Lincoln a racist?"(Under 3 ratings)
Was Abraham Lincoln a RacistBy analyzing primary and secondary documents like a historian, students will write a three body paragraph and create an argument for the question "was Lincoln a racist?"(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Underground Travel When the people rise in masses in behalf of the Union and the liberties of their country, truly may it be said, "The gates of hell shall not prevail against them." -- Abraham Lincoln, February 11, 1861 Reply to Governor MortonStudents will demonstrate knowledge regarding slavery and the events leading up to the U.S. Civil War. They will Harriet Tubman was often referred to as “Moses” by those slaves she helped escape using the Underground Railroad. Escape usually took place at night. You will assume the position of Harriet Tubman for purposes of this assignmen(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
Lincoln - Douglas DebatesSWBAT: To examine and analyze primary source documents To compare the viewpoints of Republicans and Democrats during the mid 19th Century To explain the major issues of slavery and sectionalism, and how that led to the Civil War(Under 3 ratings)

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