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Essential Standard 4.H.1.4 War and Conflict What were the major differences between the North and the South? To what extent was slavery a cause of the Civil War? Terms Civil War Confederacy
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(Civil War and Reconstruction) I can explain the role of slavery as a cause of the Civil War. I can define and explain the Underground Railroad and its impact on slavery. I can explain the purpose of the Emancipation Proclamation. I can give examples of the various roles women had during the Civil War. I can explain how African Americans helped the Union during the Civil War. I can define and explain the importance of Blockade Running in NC. I can explain the conditions freedmen faced after the Civil War. I can explain the sharecropping system and how it compared and contrasted with slavery. I can explain how the Ku Klux Klan affected the Reconstruction Period. I can give examples of ways African Americans made gains during Reconstruction and how What role did the Underground Railroad play in helping to counteract slavery? What did the Emancipation Proclamation do? What role did women play during the Civil War? Why was blockade running important to North Carolina? What were the conditions faced by newly freed slaves? Describe the sharecropping system and how did it differ from slavery? What role did the Ku Klux Klan play in Reconstruction? How did African Americans gain and loose during Reconstruction? Suggested Resources For Civil War vocabulary, have students created a crossword puzzle or dictionary (could be illustrated on some level). Have students write a letter from a woman’s perspective on her role (woman in South, women in North, a spy, etc) during the war. Have students create a travel log for stops along the Underground Railroad – can include a map. Highlight groups and people that served as conductors or supporters. Pick a Civil War issue (slavery, secession, brother Secede Blockade Running Emancipation Proclamation Differences between North and South (economy, beliefs on slavery, education, lifestyles) Slavery / Underground Railroad / Quakers Election of 1860 / Abraham Lincoln – South Carolina the leaves the US CSA President Jefferson Davis Dred Scott / John Brown NC Governor Zebulon Vance Women (took care of farms while men were gone, served as spies, nurses) Major Battles Battle of Bentonville Fort Fisher Terms Reconstruction Freedman’s Bureau Black Codes Sharecropping Ku Klux Klan Segregation Andrew Johnson (born in Raleigh) Reconstruction governor / impeached
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they suffered losses. against brother, etc). Compose a speech on that topic that would be given by a major figure. Students will present the speech to the class – encourage students to dress as that character. Teacher can read aloud, with students following along with their own copy, the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address. Create a two-tab foldable about African Americans during Reconstruction. Label one flap Gains and another column Losses (cut in the middle so student students can lift flap up and write important information).
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