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									      Civil War

•By Kevin
 Underwood
•Grade
 Level: 8
Goal
  • The goal is to
    educated the
    students with
    several different
    resources like
    movies, reports,
    and activities.
America Heritage &
People in Societies
 Time, Continuity, and
        Change
Activities

     • Students develop time
       lines of various events
       that took place during
       the Civil.
     • Students create a
       museum exhibit about
       life during the Civil
       War.
     • Watch the movie,
       “Gettysburg.”
                Activities

• Students learn about
  battles, write diaries
  using slang, and create
  biographies of women.
• Discuss the causes of
  the war, and discuss
  the two leaders of the
  North and South.
              Websites

• http://www.civil-war.net/
• http://sunsite.utk.edu/civil-war/
• http://www.homepages.dsu.edu/jankej/civil
  war/civilwar.htm
• http://www.civilwar.com/
• http://www.cwc.lsu.edu/cwc/civlink.htm
People in Societies

     Culture
Activities

     • Students will
       investigate the music
       of the Civil War, and
       how songs were used
       to arouse emotion.
     • Groups of four will
       make a Civil War
       recipe.
     • Define the slang
       words of Civil War.
                 Activities

• Students learn about
  the Underground
  Railroad.
• Explore the
  symbolism of the
  flags, and create flags
  of their own.
              Websites

• http://www.civilwarinteractive.com/
• http://members.tripod.com/~Chubbles/circui
  t/cwc.html
• http://www.vmi.edu/~archtml/cwsource.htm
  l
• http://www.historyplace.com/civilwar/
• http://users.erols.com/kfraser/
•
World Interactions

  People, Places, and
    Environment

  Global Connections
                Activities

• Read an article about
  an African American
  soldier serving the
  Union Army.
• Students research how
  soldiers combat
  boredom today and
  during the Civil War.
• Read soldiers’ letters.
Activities

     • Students research
       cooperatively a female
       Civil War spy, then
       present a news
       broadcast about her
       contributions.
     • Read a doctor’s diary,
       and students discuss
       the practice of
       medicine.
                Websites

• http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/women/cwd
  ocs.html
• http://www.ncwa.org/
• http://www.civilwardata.com/
• http://www.civilwarhome.com/
• http://www.awod.com/cwchas/
Citizenship Rights And
     Responsibility

    Power, Authority, &
       Governance

  Civil Ideals and Practices
Activities

     • Students study
       transcriptions of
       articles from two
       Augusta county
       newspapers to see how
       white Southerners
       defended the
       institution of slavery.
                 Activities

• Students explore
  primary source
  documents explaining
  the causes of the Civil
  War, and take on a
  role of a person living
  during this era.
• Watch the series:
  North and South
Activities

     • Students do a mock
       trial of Jefferson Davis
       who is charged for
       treason after the war is
       over.
     • Investigate Lincon’s
       Assisination.
              Websites

• http://www.cwreenactors.com/
• http://www.nara.gov/genealogy/civilwar.ht
  ml
• http://www.coax.net/people/lwf/data.htm
• http://www.treasurenet.com/
• http://www.civilwarnews.com/
Democratic Processes

 Individuals, Groups, and
        Institutions

 Civic Ideals and practices
                Activites

• Students to do a book
  report one general.
• Discuss the
  importance of the
  “Emancipation
  Proclamation.”
• Compare and contrast
  Lincoln’s drafts and
  final version of
  Gettsyburg Address.
Activities

     • Do a time line of
       General Lee life.
     • Read an article about a
       prisoner exchange
       between the Union
       and Confederate
       armies arranged by
       President Lincoln and
       Stephan Alexander.
              Websites

• http://www.oz.net/~cyndihow/pensions.htm
• http://www.usafa.af.mil/dfeng/index.htm#c
  warres.htm
• http://www.civilwararchive.com/
• http://www.ilt.columbia.edu/k12/history/gb/
  civilhome.html
• http://www.civilwarpages.com/
Decision making and
      Resources

  Power, Authority, and
      governance

 Production, Distribution,
    and consumption
                Activities
• Rewrite a different
  ending to the War.
• Plot and map the order
  of the battles.
• As General Lee,
  strategize your
  movements in the
  Gettysburg Battle.
Activities

     • Play “ Civil War: A
       Simulation of Civilian
       and Soldiers Life
       during the American
       Civil war.”
     • Watch “Abraham
       Lincoln: A New Birth
       of Freedom.”
                Websites

• http://home.ptd.net/~nikki/civilwar.htm
• http://www.uscivilwar.com/
• http://www.tarleton.edu/~kjones/unions.htm
  l
• http://www.ibiscom.com/cwfrm.htm
• http://www.multied.com/CivilWar/
Science, Technology,
    and Society
               Activities

• Students write and
  decode messages
  using Morse code, as
  Civil War soldiers
  might have done.
• Show how to fire and
  reload a replica gun
  during the Civil War
  period.
Activities

     • Students make a
       display on
       transportation during
       the war period.
     • Students study a chart
       showing Civil War
       deaths and fill out the
       worksheet included.
     • Watch: Touring Civil
       War Batterfields
               Websites

• http://www.civilwarletters.com/civil_war_s
  ources.html
• http://users.erols.com/jreb/regiment.html
• http://www.thinkquest.org/library/lib/site_s
  um_outside.html?tname=2873&url=2873/
• http://www.wtj.com/wars/civilwar/
• http://www.cr.nps.gov/csd/gettex/
              Conclusion
• The activities and
  websites provide
  several different ways
  to the Civil War.

• The End

								
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