Lesson Plans
Social Studies 8 3rd Q 02.03 Lesson Plans
Week: 03/17/2003 Instructor: Mary Jo Hendrickson Academics
pages 365-372 African American culture pictues in class

Students are working in groups to complete a map activity on immigration to the United States during the mid 1800's.
Stduents began this activity on Friday.
Studens are to work in their group on the chart to compare and contrast the Scandinavian, German and Irish immigrants to the United States. They will use the reading the map they have completed for this activity.
Students are to read 373-375 The abolitionist movment
How did early antislavery organizations try to avoid angering southern slaveowners?
what kind of activities did abolitionist leaders engage in?
What was the reaction to the abolitionist from both the North and the South?"How slaves helped each other"--from the boook "From sea to shining sea"


Students are to read pages 376-379 Women and women's rights
what was the relationship in families during the early 1800's
Why would women begin to have more eduational opportunities
How did the role for women change during this period
What was the Seneca Falls convention

Students are to readpages 380-383
What was "American" in the writing of individuals such as Irving and Emerson?
How did literature and art change during this period of timeWhat is the underground railroad and the antislavery movement
The myths
the special terms applied to the railaroad
What were the fugitive slave acts