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"Battle Cry of Freedom" - Song Analysis Civil War Songs, Civil War Activities, American Imperialism, Bob Dylan Songs, Boney M, Similarities And Differences, Battle Cry, The Ellen Show, Seventh Grade

"Battle Cry of Freedom" - Song Analysis

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description Challenge your students' knowledge on the Union and the Confederacy as they analyze the popular Civil War song "Battle Cry of Freedom"! This song originated as a pro-Union song and was soon adapted and used as a pro-Confederacy song. In this activity, students will listen to short excerpts from each version (YouTube links are included!) and compare and contrast them in a Venn Diagram. This activity can be completed individually, in pairs…

Civil War: North and South Comparison Graphic Organizer Civil War Activities, Graphic Organizers, Textbook, Civilization, 18th, The Unit, Organization, History, Getting Organized

Civil War: North and South Comparison Graphic Organizer

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This product is designed to be used during a Civil War unit of study. The comparison topics are states in the north and south, population, president, commanding general, other leaders, motive, advantages, disadvantages, and military strategy. This part can be done as a whole group, pairs, or individual. Students can use a textbook or the internet to find information. Answers my vary according to the source of information they are using…

Civil War Battles Graphic Organizer

Civil War Battles Graphic Organizer

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This is a graphic organizer to use with a Civil War unit. The chart involves 11 Battles of the Civil War including Fort Sumter, Bull Run, Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, Shiloh, New Orleans, Antietam, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Sherman's March, Richmond, and Appomattox. Use with a textbook or information from the internet. Check out TxMap Teacher for more resources Product Videos Custom Field Contributor TxMap Teacher Grade 8 Product Type…

Talk, Read, Talk, Write Lesson - The Civil War: A House Divided Civil War Activities, House Divided, Mystery Of History, Character Education, Teaching Strategies, Guided Reading, Health Education, Social Studies, Civilization

Talk, Read, Talk, Write Lesson - The Civil War: A House Divided

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This product utilizes the Talk, Read, Talk, Write teaching strategy to get students talking, reading, and writing about The Civil War. There are 4 parts to this lesson. Students will first talk in partners or groups about a topic related to The Civil War. Students will then read 3 paragraphs about The Civil War and answers some questions. Students will then discuss a question related to The Civil War. Finally, students will reflect and…

American Civil War Choice Activity Civil War Activities, Book Activities, Classroom Projects, A Classroom, American Words, Treaty Of Versailles, Newspaper Front Pages, Primary Sources, American Civil War

American Civil War Choice Activity

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This activity is a great resource to use for distance learning and in the classroom. It provides students with three opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge of the American Civil War. This differentiated product is designed to reach students of different abilities and strengths and can be used as a classroom project or assessment. The task asked of students are challenging and require students to use the knowledge they have gained…

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Civil War Interactive Games

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This product is a single page document that includes links to interactive games on the internet that students can play to review and learn about the American Civil War. The document can used online or printed for student use. The games included in the document include a timeline activity, Battle of Gettysburg, and slave v. free state activity. The website used for the games are: Quia Timeline Game: Students organize a timeline of six…

Missouri Compromise of 1820 it was proposed by the war hawk Henry Clay to regulate the growth of slavery in the growing western United States. It show Maine as a free state and Missouri want be a slave state. This at first was ok for South Carolina. Texas History, History Class, World History, Family History, American Civil War, American History, Missouri Compromise, Mason Dixon Line, Cc Cycle 3

Avoiding the Civil War: Compromises between the north and the south

Avoiding the Civil War: Compromises between the north and the south - Amped Up Learning

Civil War Battle Simulation - Amped Up Learning Civil War Activities, Battle Of Antietam, Political Strategy, Gettysburg Address, Fort Sumter, Academic Vocabulary, New Students, Your Teacher

Civil War Battle Simulation

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description COMPLETELY RE-ORGANIZED with COLOR CODED CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS ON TEACHERS GUIDE! SIMPLIFIED AND EASY TO USE! Take your students on an exciting Civil War adventure through this awesome simulation. One of my students FAVORITE ACTIVITIES! I put them in Union and Confederate Teams. Students make decisions about battle or political strategy through the view points of Lincoln, Davis, Grant, Lee, Johnston and others. The teacher reveals the points…

Civil War and Reconstruction Bingo - STAAR Review - Amped Up Learning Civil War Activities, 2nd Grade Math Games, Battle Of Antietam, Gettysburg Address, Jefferson Davis, Underground Railroad, Review Games, Dry Erase Markers, Addition And Subtraction

Civil War and Reconstruction Bingo - STAAR Review

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description Are you in a review game rut? I had played Quizlet Live, Kahoot and others so much, my students were tired of them. One day a student asked, “Can we play BINGO?” – and this product is the result. Civil War and Reconstruction Bingo! My kids had a blast playing it. After a student won a round, I would have students exchange cards and we played over and over. I gave candy for the winners. What is included? 36 Bingo Cards – each one is…

Causes of the Civil War: Issues that Divided the Nation - Amped Up Learning Civil War Activities, Map Activities, Cause And Effect Worksheets, Lewis And Clark, America Civil War, Political Issues, Vocabulary Words, Fourth Grade, Social Studies

Causes of the Civil War: Issues that Divided the Nation

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This worksheet looks at the Causes of the Civil War. It is divided into 6 parts. Part A is a comparison between the North and South over causes of the Civil War. In Part B, students look at the political issues of slavery. In Part C, students will match 10 different vocabulary words related to the Civil War. In Part D, students will identify several key events leading to the Civil War. In Part E, students will identify the candidates and…

In this interactive digital lesson, students explore the strengths and weaknesses of the North and South as "superheroes" going into the Civil War. They discover the strategies each side developed for victory and analyze the "game plans. Civil War Activities, Secondary Source, Middle School Teachers, Student Motivation, Project Based Learning, Google Classroom, Educational Technology, Social Studies, Civilization

Civil War Hyperdoc: North vs. South Strengths and Weaknesses Webquest

Civil War Hyperdoc: North vs. South Strengths and Weaknesses Webquest - Amped Up Learning

Civil War Jeopardy Civil War Activities, Jeopardy Questions, Map Skills, Famous Names, Review Games, Reading Fluency, Sight Words, Book Authors, First They Came

Civil War Jeopardy

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description This PowerPoint is a fun way to review what students have learned about the Civil War and a great way to practice before a unit test. It includes a six-category game board with 30 clues and answers, optional theme music on each slide, and a final Jeopardy question. I project it on the big screen and let everyone participate using their lap boards, but it can also be played in teams. It's easy to jump between categories and each slide that…

Washington D. Peace Convention: February 1861 - Amped Up Learning Civil War Activities, Willard Hotel, Montgomery Alabama, Ex President, Republican Leaders, Spelling Lists, Book Making, Black History, Washington Dc

Washington D.C. Peace Convention: February 4, 1861

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description Washington D.C. Peace Convention February 4, 1861 Could the Civil War have been prevented? On February 4, 1861 a “peace convention,” called by the Virginia legislature, assembled at the Willard Hotel in Washington D.C., the same day that the Confederate Constitutional Convention was meeting in Montgomery Alabama. None of the seven seceding states sent delegates. Five Northern States, Oregon, California, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota…

Civil War Generals Most Effective or the Least Effective? - Amped Up Learning

Civil War Generals Most Effective or the Least Effective?

Overview Reviews Similar Products Product Description At the start of the American Civil War both the Union and the Confederacy an immediate problem of enlisting men into their respective armies and providing them with competent commanders. Many of the senior officers in both armies had their training at the military academy of West Point. Some, including Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant, had seen action as junior officers during the Mexican War in 1848-9. For this activity students…