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Close Read 2 Differentiated Dred Scott v. Sandford
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Close Read 2: Four Freedoms

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 2: Four Freedoms

Students will analyze the Four Freedoms speech by President Roosevelt and compare the primary source to images created by Norman Rockwell.  

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Close Read 3: Pearl Harbor

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 3: Pearl Harbor

Students will analyze images, excerpts from a speech, and news articles to analyze President Roosevelt's response to the attack on Pearl Harbor.  

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Close Read 4: D-Day

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 4: D-Day

Students will use a variety of documents and resources including video clips, excerpts from General Eisenhower's D-Day address, maps, and newspaper headlines to analyze the events of D-Day.  

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Close Read 5: Soldier's Perspective

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 5: Soldier's Perspective

Students will use evidence from two different documents to analyze the differences in types of primary sources and accounts of D-Day and the impact of World War II.  

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Close Read 6: Posters and Propaganda

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 6: Posters and Propaganda

Students will analyze about 20 posters created by the OWI during WWII.  

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Close Read 7: Executive Order 9981

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 7: Executive Order 9981

Students will analyze various primary sources to better understand the impact of WWII on the African American civil rights movement.  

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Close Read 8: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 8: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Students will analyze the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by examining a word cloud, remarks by Eleanor Roosevelt, and a secondary source.  

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Fireside Chats

U.S. History
Unit 7: Prosperity and Depression
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Fireside Chats

Students will examine primary sources to evaluate how FDR inspired confidence in the American people during the Great Depression.  

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The Bloody Massacre

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The Bloody Massacre

Students will have the opportunity to examine an illustration, discuss observation and inferences, and evaluate perspective and bias.

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United States vs. Susan B. Anthony (1873)

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United States vs. Susan B. Anthony (1873)

Students will analyze primary sources and participate in a historical conversation.  

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United States v. Susan B. Anthony (1873) - Differentiated Example

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United States v. Susan B. Anthony (1873) - Differentiated Example

Students will engage in a historical conversation.