Presentation on theme: "Eastern State Penitentiary By: Eric Sanville. Performance Expectation At the end of this lesson, you will: Learn about two notorious prisoners who lived."— Presentation transcript:
Performance Expectation At the end of this lesson, you will: Learn about two notorious prisoners who lived there. Identify various important historic facts about the penitentiary. Understand the definition of a penitentiary. IIdentify a timeline of important events associated with Eastern State Penitentiary. nderstand the importance of this historic landmark in American history.
Directions Boys and girls, welcome to the Eastern State Penitentiary! Read each slide carefully. All information you will read is important to the history of our country. Record any notes if necessary as you tour through this field trip. A quiz will conclude this field trip. Enjoy & Have Fun!
Two Notorious Convicts Al Capone (Left Photo) Chicago’s most famous mob boss William Sutton (Slick Willie-Right Photo) One of the most famous bank robbers in American History.
Historic Facts Opened in 1829 Closed in 1971 America’s most historic prison. Opened during the Industrial Revolution. America’s 1 st penitentiary Penitentiary- a prison to inspire penitence, or true regret, in the hearts of convicts.
Timeline 1831- First Female Prisoner 1836- Original penitentiary built. Cost= $780,000- One of the most expensive buildings during the time period. 1958- Eastern State Penitentiary becomes historic property. 1965- Becomes a National Historic Landmark. 1970- Eastern State Penitentiary closes.
Importance of the Eastern State Penitentiary Allowed prisoners to reflect upon their decisions as a result of being there in hope of returning them to society. All prisoners were kept separate from each other.
Quiz Time! Two of the most notorious prisoners were ________ and ________. The Eastern State Penitentiary opened in ______ and closed in _______. A __________ is a prison to inspire penitence, or true regret, in the hearts of convicts. The Eastern State Penitentiary cost _________, making it one of the most expensive buildings during its time period. The Eastern State Penitentiary’s main goal was to allow prisoners to ________ upon their decisions as a result of being there in hope of __________ them to society.
Assessment Drawing: Go back to the title slide and draw the Eastern State Penitentiary. Quiz: Go to the Social Studies Center and pick up the Eastern State Penitentiary quiz. Use this sheet to record answers from the quiz and place it into the “Completed Assignments” bin located next to my desk.
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