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Examining Changes in Data-African Americans' Education Levels Through the Years (Student Version)
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Examining Changes in Data-African Americans' Education Levels Through the Years (Student Version)

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Students will analyze and compare census data on the education levels of African-Americans in 1850 and in 1880. Students will also discuss how historical events can affect data.

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Social Studies
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017
Examining Changes in Data-African Americans' Education Levels Through the Years (Teacher Version)
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Examining Changes in Data-African Americans' Education Levels Through the Years (Teacher Version)

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Students will analyze and compare census data on the education levels of African-Americans in 1850 and in 1880. Students will also discuss how historical events can affect data.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017
"I Have a Dream"- Learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. (Student Version)
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"I Have a Dream"- Learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. (Student Version)

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In this lesson, students analyze census data and graphs that demonstrate how certain aspects of the lives of African-Americans have changed since civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963. Students select a fact from these data, facts from other sources, and a historical photograph to include on a poster about King.

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Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017
Missouri Compromise-Free vs. Slave States (Student Version)
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Missouri Compromise-Free vs. Slave States (Student Version)

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The purpose of this activity is to introduce students to the Missouri Compromise and the issues associated with the expansion of slavery in the Antebellum period of United States history. Students will begin the activity by creating a map that represents the Missouri Compromise’s impact on the United States. This map will serve as a backdrop for the activity while introducing students to political and cultural sectionalism (northern and southern states and the issue of slavery) in the early 1800s. After students complete the map, they will answer several questions using it. Students will also be prompted to examine aggregated data from the 1820 Census and a map titled “Mapping Slavery in the Nineteenth Century” to make comparisons and draw conclusions about slavery, specifically in Missouri.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017
Missouri Compromise-Free vs. Slave States (Teacher Version)
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Missouri Compromise-Free vs. Slave States (Teacher Version)

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The purpose of this activity is to introduce students to the Missouri Compromise and the issues associated with the expansion of slavery in the Antebellum period of United States history. Students will begin the activity by creating a map that represents the Missouri Compromise’s impact on the United States. This map will serve as a backdrop for the activity while introducing students to political and cultural sectionalism (northern and southern states and the issue of slavery) in the early 1800s. After students complete the map, they will answer several questions using it. Students will also be prompted to examine aggregated data from the 1820 Census and a map titled “Mapping Slavery in the Nineteenth Century” to make comparisons and draw conclusions about slavery, specifically in Missouri.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017
Westward Bound-Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio (Student Version)
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Westward Bound-Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio (Student Version)

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In this activity, students will learn about population movement, migration trends, and thewestward expansion of the early 1800s. First, students will create a line graph that depicts changes in aggregated population data from 1800 to 1850 for Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio. Using this graph, students will make data comparisons and draw conclusions. Next, students will compare the populations of several states between 1790 and 1850 and make conclusions that demonstrate their understanding of population trends in northern and southern states. This activity can spark discussion of sectionalism, slavery, and the different economic climate that took shape in the northern and southern states in the early 1800s.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017
Westward Bound-Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio (Teacher Version)
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Westward Bound-Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio (Teacher Version)

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In this activity, students will learn about population movement, migration trends, and thewestward expansion of the early 1800s. First, students will create a line graph that depicts changes in aggregated population data from 1800 to 1850 for Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio. Using this graph, students will make data comparisons and draw conclusions. Next, students will compare the populations of several states between 1790 and 1850 and make conclusions that demonstrate their understanding of population trends in northern and southern states. This activity can spark discussion of sectionalism, slavery, and the different economic climate that took shape in the northern and southern states in the early 1800s.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
United States Census Bureau
Date Added:
05/22/2017