By Bobbi Ireland

Utilizing fundamental assets from the Library of Congress web site, this targeted lecture room source offers ready-to-use lesson plans, research instruments, and rubrics in accordance with Abraham Lincoln and his era.

• comprises over 20 lesson plans according to written files and art/humanities basic assets from Abraham Lincoln's era

• bargains research instruments and overview rubrics

• presents quite a few reproducibles and lesson plans

• worthy indexes supply entry to the entries through significant notice or subject

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This activity can be done after the preactivity or after this topic has been previously discussed from the textbook. Procedure (One class period) 1. Show the primary source to the class. Read the transcription as the students follow along. Give each student a copy of the primary source. Lead the class in a discussion about what it means to be an American. Encourage discussion about American values and rights. 2. The students will make a chart on a piece of paper listing important American values and rights.

Document analysis tools can be found in the appendix. Activity The students will discuss and review the primary source. Lead the class in a discussion about people being for and against the election of Abraham Lincoln. The students will work in learning groups to create a multimedia presentation showing why people had varying opinions of the president. This activity can be done after the preactivity or after this topic has been previously discussed from the textbook. 38 Chapter 3: Lesson Plans Using Rubrics to Evaluate Students’ Performance Procedure (One class period) 1.

Refer to the rubric on page 55 when evaluating the newspaper article. Emancipation Proclamation 55 Rubric a Sentences/ Paragraphs 4 Complete sentences. Three to four well-written paragraphs. 3 Complete sentences without fragments or run-ons. Two to three wellwritten paragraphs. 2 Mostly complete sentences with only a few sentence errors. Only two paragraphs. 1 Article contained many sentence fragments or runon sentences. Incomplete paragraphs or only one paragraph. Introduction and Closing Introduction and closing are present.

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