The Civil War

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In our The Civil War lesson plan, students learn about the Cold War, including when and where it took place, the key events and people involved in the conflict, and the underlying causes for the conflict. Students also learn related vocabulary and learn about the lasting impact of the Civil War in the United States and elsewhere.

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Our The Civil War lesson plan introduces students to the Civil War, including when and why it was fought, key figures, and related vocabulary. During this lesson, students are asked to unscramble the words to match each of their descriptions, testing their ability to recall key words and phrases from the lesson material. Students are also asked to answer questions about the lesson, demonstrating their understanding of the lesson.

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify key people and major battles during the first half of the Civil War.

Common Core State Standards: None.

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02/18/2019
Colette B.
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Civil War

This website is extremely helpful! There are so many great ideas for lesson planning. The resources provided for this site are incredible, and love that it’s all free!

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04/07/2018
G M.
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Good Resource

Thank you for providing good resources to supplement the class textbook and to enhance class lessons.

HB
03/28/2018
Heather B.
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AMAZING!!!!

Fantastic lesson and activities. My 4th grade class loved it. Thank you so much.

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02/16/2018
Natasha R.
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Great material

Great site with everything you need to grow your students.

WB
10/10/2017
Wendy B.
US

The Civil War

I am looking forward to using this to enhance my curriculum later this year. We do not get to this unit until spring but I am always looking for ways to increase my student's knowledge.