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American History Teachers' Collaborative Lesson Plan: Social Movements: Through the Public's Eye. Lesson 2: Propaganda from the Late 19th / Early 20th CenturyBy: 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.

American History Teachers' Collaborative Lesson Plan: Social Movements: Through the Public's Eye

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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. Lee. It mentions generals Ulysses S Grant and Stonewall Jackson, and the battles at Bull Run, Fort Sumter, Antietam, and Gettysburg. This social studies song is suitable for introducing the Civil War to elementary school (4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade), middle school, high school and home school students, as well as beginning level college classes. Causes of the civil war lesson plan. Lessons for Teachers. Current Issues | Immigration in U.S.

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