By Bobbi Ireland
Utilizing basic assets from the Library of Congress web site, this detailed school room source offers ready-to-use lesson plans, research instruments, and rubrics according to Abraham Lincoln and his era.
• comprises over 20 lesson plans in line with written records and art/humanities fundamental assets from Abraham Lincoln's era
• bargains research instruments and assessment rubrics
• presents various reproducibles and lesson plans
• important indexes supply entry to the entries through significant note or subject
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From Abraham Lincoln and His Era: Using the American Memory Project to Teach with Primary Sources by Bobbi Ireland. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. Copyright C 2010. 40 Chapter 3: Lesson Plans Using Rubrics to Evaluate Students’ Performance Letter Written by Grace Bedell Written Document Overview The students will create a comic strip based on a letter written by Grace Bedell. She was a little girl who wrote Abraham Lincoln a letter telling him that he should grow a beard or whiskers, as she called it.
Several factual errors. From Abraham Lincoln and His Era: Using the American Memory Project to Teach with Primary Sources by C 2010. Bobbi Ireland. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. Copyright 56 Chapter 3: Lesson Plans Using Rubrics to Evaluate Students’ Performance Letter from Ulysses S. Grant about the First African American Troops Written Document Overview The students will write a letter to Abraham Lincoln from the point of view of a former slave who wants to enlist in the military. This letter is based on the information regarding Abraham Lincoln’s decision to enlist the first black troops in the South.
Read the transcription aloud. Lead the class in a discussion about the freedom of slaves and slaveowners. Refer to the primary source for a basis on how the slaves felt after freedom. Discuss how the slave owners may have felt. Were some slave owners mad? Sad? We hear how many slave owners were abusive, but were they all that way? 50 Chapter 3: Lesson Plans Using Rubrics to Evaluate Students’ Performance 2. The students will write a letter from a former slave owner to Lincoln. The students can take the point of view of a former slave owner who treated the slaves well, and is sad to see them go.