UPINT American History - US History Teacher Charlie Day...

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US History Teacher Day Time Branch TA Class Charlie x/16 Resources needed: Short civil war article (attached) (may need to be edited for your students’ level) Short Rosa Parks article: “Meet Rosa Parks” (attached) (may need to be edited for your students’ level) Aim: Students will be able to read a short article on the Civil War. Stage: Page: Time: 50 min Method: Pre-teach vocab necessary for reading. You’ll need to read through both articles and pull out the words you feel appropriate for your students’ level (5- 10 minutes) Reading: Ss read short article once quickly, scanning for main ideas. (5 minutes) Teacher checks for comprehension CCQs. (3 minutes) Reading: Ss read short article for detail and total understanding (7 minutes) . Teacher checks for comprehension (3 minutes) . Break students into groups and hand out the following discussion questions: What positive effects do you think this had on the US? What negative effects? Which do you think is more important, state’s rights or national unity? Could you ever fight people from your own country? How about your own family? China also had a civil war, what effects did that have on China? (8 minutes) Feedback: Teacher comments, error correction (3 minutes) Debate Prep: T breaks Ss into two groups. Each team is assigned a side (North or South) and must come up with an arguments defending their actions and opposing the actions of the other side. Ss get 5 minutes to prepare amongst themselves, then 7 minutes for the actual debate. (12 minutes) Feedback: T comments, error correction (3 minutes) Comments Stage: Page: Time: 30 Aim: Students will be able to review the civil war, Discuss American civil rights movement in the 1960s.
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Method: Role play. Ss pair up and write a short dialogue based on the following situation: “What Lincoln would say if he had run into Jefferson Davis on a train?” Then they act this out for the class, or, if the class is too big, break into larger
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