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Lesson 2: Propaganda from the Late 19 th / Early 20 th Century By: Tina Gersdorf, M.Ed . 2010 Fellowship Tennessee State Library and Archives (2 – 3 days) Abstract Students will be introduced to propaganda from the Temperance, Suffrage, and Abolition Movements. They will not be told what the movements are until after they experience and analyze the propaganda. Assessment
Note: This lesson was originally published on an older version of The Learning Network; the link to the related Times article will take you to a page on the old site. Overview: In this lesson, students reflect on their opinions and new scientific theories about dreams. Then they qualitatively and quantitatively analyze a selection of recorded dreams.
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Educational Songs with Free Worksheets Song Preview The Civil War: a rap song for teaching about Abraham Lincoln, slaves, Confederates, and battles. This song presents important people and events in the American Civil War including Abraham Lincoln and his Emancipation Proclamation and Gettysburg Address, as well as the Confederate commander Robert E.
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These activities are designed to help students understand issues related to WE SHALL REMAIN episode 3, "Trail of Tears." Forced Relocation and Its Effects Students will understand the outcome of U.S. policies of civilization, assimilation, and forced removal during the Jackson administration. Have a classroom discussion.
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DISTRIBUTE one packet to each student. ANTICIPATE the lesson by reading the "Fast Forward..." paragraph on the first page with students, then having them complete the checklist. Poll students to find out which rights got the most votes on the "Pamphlet of Protections."