The Emancipation Proclamation Section 1 Objectives



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Chapter 17 Interact with History; Setting the Stage; Section 1 (Pages 484–490)
The Emancipation Proclamation
Section 1 Objectives

1. To understand the reasons for the call for emancipation

2. To identify the significance of the Emancipation Proclamation

3. To analyze the response to the proclamation

4. To describe the role of African-American soldiers in the war
Introduce the Chapter

__ Interact with History

PE, pp. 484–485

__ Setting the Stage

PE, p. 486

Unit 5 In-Depth Resources, pp. 39, 40

Critical Thinking Transparency CT49
Focus and Motivate

__ 5-Minute Warm-up

Warm-up Transparency WT17

__ Discuss Main Idea and Why It Matters Now

PE, p. 487
Instruct

__ Read the section

PE, pp. 487–490

Unit 5 In-Depth Resources: Guided Reading, p. 41

Unit 5 In-Depth Resources: Building Vocabulary, p. 45

__ Discuss Key Questions

TE, pp. 487, 488, 489

__ Now and Then: African Americans in the Military

PE, p. 490

__ More About: The Emancipation Proclamation; Frederick Douglass; Europe and the Emancipation Proclamation; African-American soldiers

TE, pp. 488, 489

__ Primary Sources: from “Reply to Emancipation Memorial” by Abraham Lincoln; A Letter from James Henry Gooding

Unit 5 In-Depth Resources, pp. 49–50
Interdisciplinary Links

__ Interdisciplinary Projects: Math, Science, Language Arts, Music

Interdisciplinary Projects, pp. 97–102

ESOURCES

Customize Instruction

__ Less Proficient Readers: Previewing

TE, p. 489

Reading Study Guide, pp. 161–162

__ Students Acquiring English/ESL: Understanding Key Terms

TE, p. 488

Access for Students Acquiring English, p. 110

Spanish Reading Study Guide, pp. 161–162


Integrate Technology

__ Electronic Teacher Tools

__ Test Generator

Section 1 Quiz

__ Using the Internet

classzone.com


Assess and Reteach

__ Section 1 Assessment/Activity Options

PE, p. 490

Integrated Assessment, 5.1, 4.8

__ Section 1 Quiz

Formal Assessment, p. 300

__ Reteaching Activity

Unit 5 In-Depth Resources, p. 54


Block Scheduling Options

__ Primary Sources: from “Reply to Emancipation Memorial” by Abraham Lincoln; A Letter from James Henry Gooding

Unit 5 In-Depth Resources, pp. 49–50

__ Interdisciplinary Projects: Math, Science, Language Arts, Music



Interdisciplinary Projects, pp. 97–102
Homework Assignments


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