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By Bobbi Ireland

Utilizing fundamental assets from the Library of Congress site, this certain lecture room source provides ready-to-use lesson plans, research instruments, and rubrics in accordance with Abraham Lincoln and his era.

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The memo was written in 1864. The students will use prior knowledge and decoding skills in order to comprehend the document.

Activity The students will write a journal entry as Abraham Lincoln describing what he may have thought after reading the letter from Mr. Medill. This activity can be done after the preactivity or after this topic has been previously discussed from the textbook. Procedure (One class period) 1. Show the primary source on your projection device. Give each student a copy of the primary source. Read the transcription of the letter. 2. Lead the class in a discussion regarding the letter. The students will work independently and will write a journal from Abraham Lincoln’s point of view.

Only two paragraphs. 1 Letter contained many sentence fragments or run-on sentences. Incomplete paragraphs or only one paragraph. Introduction and Closing Introduction and closing are present. Introduction and closing are present. Introduction and closing are present. Introduction and/or closing are missing. Grammar and Spelling No errors in grammar or spelling. Only one to two errors in grammar and/or spelling. Three to four errors in grammar and/or spelling. More than four errors in grammar and/or spelling.

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