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IPG

Name:
McDaniel
Subject:
History
Opening Hook/Warm Up:
PULL OUT YOUR PHONES!
Famous speeches: see if Gettysburg Address comes
up during opening (I have a dream; Ask not what
your country; A day that will live in Infamy); Coach
them towards the Gettysburg Address.

Date(s):
10 October 2015
Grade Level:
8
TEK:
113.20 (b)(8)(a) explain the roles played by significant
individuals during the Civil War, including Jefferson
Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, and Abraham
Lincoln, and heroes such as congressional Medal of
Honor recipients William Carney and Philip Bazaar;
This is a 3-day unit; this period of instruction will
specifically cover Abraham Lincoln
Objective: Student Friendly: I can explain the role
played by Abraham Lincoln in the Civil War

Big Understanding:
Strong leaders emerge during times of crisis
Summative Assessment Evidence:
Homework list 5 difficult decisions faced by Lincoln and why he chose his particular solution
Higher Level Questions to Incorporate: Higher Level Questions to Incorporate:
Do you agree with Lincolns decision? What would you have done differently?
Instructional Strategies / Student Activities/ Grouping Patterns:
Introduce significant facts on Abraham Lincoln in form of group Q&A from
http://constitutioncenter.org/lincoln/html/introduction.html
Teacher Input/Modeling: IDO: Present context and facts regarding key decisions during Lincolns
administration.
Guided Practice: WE DO: Respond and evaluate their own choices on
CFU (Checking for understanding): In class assignment Build a Civil War Leader Handout
Independent Practice: YOU DO (Individual students): Fill and turn in handout from Build a Leader
Ending, Summary / Reflection:
Review Lincolns difficult decisions; why were they difficult?
Materials / Resources:
Gettysburg Address video; laptop/projector/internet connection; access to
http://constitutioncenter.org/lincoln/html/introduction.html
Build a Leader handout
Grouping Patterns:
Constitutional center Group; Build a Leader handout Teams; homework - individual
Technology:
Icebreaker: PULL OUT YOUR PHONES!; Play Gettysburg Address on Proxima; Introduce Lincolns
significant decisions: http://constitutioncenter.org/lincoln/html/introduction.html; allows students to
make the choices.
10/19/2015, page 1 of 1, Sequential IPG Abraham Lincoln 20151009.doc