This DBQ style lesson asks students to use multiple primary and secondary sources to evaluate if the Southern secession movement in the 19th century was an extension of the ideals of the American Revolution. This lesson was created by 2016-2017 Life Guard Teacher Fellow Michael Ellis.
- Students will analyze and interpret primary and secondary sources in order to recognize change over time
- Students will respond to a writing prompt in a clear, thesis-driven essay that uses evidence from the provided sources
- Primary Source Analysis
- Writing Standards
- Reading Standards
- Early American History
- Civic Values and Social Norms