The strategiesThe strategies
When they are able to make such choices, they will be moving toward becoming practicing writers who know what they want to do and who have a systematic method for
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Cash a check. We cannot be satisfied as long as a NCash a check. We cannot be satisfied as long as a N
We cannot be satisfied as long as a Negro in Mississippi cannot vote and aNegro in New York believes he has nothing for which to vote. No, no…
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Smithsonian American Art Museum Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln MemorialSmithsonian American Art Museum Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln Memorial
Constitution. Of equal significance, Lincoln established that the national interest takes precedence over the states, and that the nation as an idea is sovereign. That concept became the living reality and identity of Americans
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Lincoln’s Second Inaugural AddressLincoln’s Second Inaugural Address
January 1, 1863, it only applied to those states that had seceded from the Union and the news will not reach Texas until June 19, 1865
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Unit summaryUnit summary
Lincoln’s speech through a series of text dependent tasks and questions that ultimately develop college and career ready skills identified in the Common Core State Standards
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Unit summaryUnit summary
Lincoln’s speech through a series of text dependent tasks and questions that ultimately develop college and career ready skills identified in the Common Core State Standards
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Legislative Process and Political Rhetoric Spring 2016Legislative Process and Political Rhetoric Spring 2016
Law school education tends to be organized around the image of a lawyer arguing before a judge. But what if we replaced this image with a lawyer organizing a protest movement, running for office, making a speech, drafting legislation
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Office: room 324 phillips; office phone: 994-6470Office: room 324 phillips; office phone: 994-6470
Lincoln historiography; c understand the History discipline’s writing expectations in terms of organization, evidence, argument, clarity, succinctness, variety, and sophistication
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Gettysburg AddressGettysburg Address
G into a national war cemetery. The Battle of Gettysburg (July 1-4, 1863) is considered one of the bloodiest battles in American history
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Study Guide DoP: 17. 4 (ps. 474-480) Name: MatchingStudy Guide DoP: 17. 4 (ps. 474-480) Name: Matching
His capture of Vicksburg helped the Union finally gain control of the Mississippi River
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Krannert/Purdue Extended CampusKrannert/Purdue Extended Campus
Obhr 59000 (51863): Experiencing Leadership: a transformational Journey from Gettysburg
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Document: Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, November 18, 1863Document: Edwin M. Stanton to Abraham Lincoln, November 18, 1863
The following telegram was sent to Lincoln during his visit to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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K1 General KnowledgeK1 General Knowledge
General Social Science Knowledge – embedded in eighth grade standards and expectations and used throughout the course of study
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The Gettysburg Address Lesson by Janet LucasThe Gettysburg Address Lesson by Janet Lucas
Connect the student's own responses to the writer's techniques and to specific textual references
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Unit Plan Road to the Civil War and Beyond End of the War of 1812 through ReconstructionUnit Plan Road to the Civil War and Beyond End of the War of 1812 through Reconstruction
This lesson will take approximately three or four weeks to complete with a normal school schedule meeting five times a week and will be a review unit for an 11
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