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Gettysburg National Military Park (1863): Historic Monuments

Gettysburg National Military Park (1863): Historic Monuments
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History: USA


Grade 4, 5, 6, 7, 8



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Gettysburg National Military Park (1863): Historic Monuments

An interactive educational resource, meticulously designed to foster comprehensive understanding of the pivotal Gettysburg battle, a critical chapter in America's Civil War history. It serves as rich tactile window into the past, presenting fascinating narratives about key figures and events that shaped this historical battle.

The PDF is stuffed with 50 pages of engaging content fits seamlessly for Grades 4-8. It fetches captivating anecdotes about Commanders Robert E. Lee and George G. Meade, their decisive strategic choices that moulded this conflict's outcome - making it an essential tool to impart the importance and impact of this historic combat.

This teaching aid throws spotlight on Gettysburg's historic monuments - living symbols of our shared past:

  • Takes students on a guided tour around President Abraham Lincoln's famous 'Gettysburg Address' delivered at park’s dedication ceremony.
  • Presents thoughtfully crafted questions honing student understanding centred around Lincoln's epoch-defining speech.

Versatility: A Noteworthy Feature

The resource effortlessly incorporates within any USA History curriculum set within Social Studies instruction or Lesson Plans focusing monument conservation techniques - evoking meaningful classroom discussions about these entities' cultural value today.

Educators can shape up their students' historical comprehension skills significantly, by bridging past events and key figures with lasting monumental commemorations housed within Gettysburg National Military Park (1863).
A vital tool fostering a knowledgeable consciousness regarding our collective American heritage. Immerse your class with hands-on history sessions through intuitive lessons focusing real-time analytical capabilities for decoding past errors to craft better future pathways for all!

Feel free to exercise the flexibility of this resource material. Incorporate it for group/solo instruction, activities, or assign as enriching homework - always on hand to transport your students back in time with enthralling tales from Gettysburg!

What's Included

1 PDF with 50 ready to print pages

Resource Tags

Abraham Lincoln Gettysburg Civil War history lesson Robert E. Lee

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