Presentation on theme: "The Civil War. HOT ROC: Civil War Game Civil War Ro - Sham – Bo You will receive a certain number of AUTHENTIC (not really) Civil War Tokens. Dont steal."— Presentation transcript:
The Civil War
HOT ROC: Civil War Game Civil War Ro - Sham – Bo You will receive a certain number of AUTHENTIC (not really) Civil War Tokens. Dont steal them, they each are implanted with computer tracking chips. Anyway, each token you receive represents a round of Ro – Sham – Bo that you can play with your opponent. You will play best out of three, and you will give your opponent you token if you loose. You can only play with the tokens you originally received. You can only play against your Civil War opponent Go at it!
Union and Confederate Resources, 1861 Prompt: Why did the North win the Civil War? *Think about the game we just played Look at the chart on Page 118 Analyze this chart and use the information to respond to the prompt. New Vocab: American Civil War
The War Begins Union Confederacy ~22 million population President Lincoln Resources in North: Factories Transportation Navy $$$ Offensive War ~9 million (3 million slaves) President Davis More military skill/experience fortified cities Agriculture/ Slave economy defensive war
Lincolns Strategy Goal #1 Preserving the union Battle Strategy: Anaconda Plan Changing the war from a political to a moral fight h?v=j66i6Ey_IAQ&feature=rel atedhttp://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=j66i6Ey_IAQ&feature=rel ated
Key Moments in the Civil War Antietam 20,000 dead Poor medical care Emancipation Proclamation Free Slaves in the Confederacy Gettysburg Address Total War Ex: Shermans March to the Sea
The End! Grant captures Richmond, VA Lee surrenders April 3 War ends April 9, 1865 North wins! ~620,000 Deaths
Homework Read page Paragraph: Explain what Lincolns challenges were at the end of the Civil War to achieve …malice toward none.
Categorization Activity You will be divided into different topics. For the topic you receive, read the appropriate section in chapter 10 and write down the following: Contributions Hardships Similarities and/or differences to today Report out after everyone is finished
GroupContributionsHardshipsSimilarities and/or differences to today 10.3 Government Leaders 10.4 Soldiers 10.5 African Americans 10.6 Women