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Title Page 59 Reconstruction: Political and Social Renegotiation (you will draw a political cartoon as your graphic. I will explain this later)
Bell work: Pretend you are a parent whose child has run away. How do you react? Do you punish your child for rebelling, or do you welcome your child back without punishment because you are glad he/she is back? Answer in paragraph form.
Make a T-chart on a piece of paper Write down everything you think you know about life in the south following the Civil War. Then, write down everything you would like to know about life in the south following the Civil War: What I knowWhat I want to know
Group Activity Each group member must record their answers on the paper provided. How should the United States treat the south following the Civil War? Do we punish them like the child that ran away, or welcome them back into the family? Answer the following 3 questions in your spirals: –What should be done with southerners who rebelled? –What should southern states be required to do to be re-admitted back into the Union? –What should be done for the newly freed blacks?
Questions we will answer… Did the reconstruction of the South achieve Abraham Lincoln s ideal of a just and lasting peace based upon inclusion and equality for all? Did Reconstruction successfully renegotiate African American s political and social relationship with white society? Are African Americans passive victims of political and social inequality?
Vocabulary Check…pg. 60 You can use your books to look up the following definitions in chapter 22 or the glossary of your book. Glue the definition strip underneath the correct vocabulary word. Dont lose this, it will go in your spiral. (Not all words are in your book…do your best.) Reconstruction Freedmen Civil RightsRenegotiation ScalawagsSocial Carpet BaggersJim Crow Laws Political
Unit work expectations You have an opportunity to earn 100 points during this unit Group activity 5 pts Rebus story 10 pts SOAPSTone 5 pts Compromise of 1877 5 pts Political cartoon 5 pts Unit Test 20 pts Resistance Collage 20 pts Graphic Organizer 30 pts