Address at the Conference of the Pan-African Freedom Movement of East and Central Africa  by Nelson Mandela

Address at the Conference of the Pan-African Freedom Movement of East and Central Africa by Nelson Mandela

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To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response letter to FDR’s famous Quarantine Speech. Students will first listen to FDR’s speech (link included) while high lighting important excerpts and then completing review questions. They will then be asked to write a response letter to FDR explaining their reasons why they either agree with him or not. Detailed lesson plans are included. Common Core Aligned!

To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response letter to FDR’s famous Quarantine Speech. Students will first listen to FDR’s speech (link included) while high lighting important excerpts and then completing review questions. They will then be asked to write a response letter to FDR explaining their reasons why they either agree with him or not. Detailed lesson plans are included. Common Core Aligned!

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$2.99 FDR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter (U.S. History)    To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response le...

$2.99 FDR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter (U.S. History) To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response le...

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DR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter (U.S. History) To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response letter to FDR’s famous Quarantine Speech. Students will first listen to FDR’s Quarantine Speech (see YouTube) while high lighting important excerpts and then completing review questions.  They will then be asked to write a response letter to FDR explaining their reasons why they either agree with him or not.

DR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter (U.S. History) To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response letter to FDR’s famous Quarantine Speech. Students will first listen to FDR’s Quarantine Speech (see YouTube) while high lighting important excerpts and then completing review questions. They will then be asked to write a response letter to FDR explaining their reasons why they either agree with him or not.

National Briefing | West: California: Civil Rights Suit Filed Over Man Shot to Death by Police

National Briefing | West: California: Civil Rights Suit Filed Over Man Shot to Death by Police

On the night of the State of the Union address, President James Allaire expects to give the speech of his career. But no one anticipates the terrifying turn of events that forces him to quarantine everyone in the Capitol building. A terrorist group calling itself “Genesis” has unleashed WRX3883, a deadly, highly contagious virus, into the building. No one fully knows the deadly effect of the germ except for the team responsible for its development—a team headed by Allaire, himself.

On the night of the State of the Union address, President James Allaire expects to give the speech of his career. But no one anticipates the terrifying turn of events that forces him to quarantine everyone in the Capitol building. A terrorist group calling itself “Genesis” has unleashed WRX3883, a deadly, highly contagious virus, into the building. No one fully knows the deadly effect of the germ except for the team responsible for its development—a team headed by Allaire, himself.

World War II Lecture: Origins of American Involvement (U.S. History) Your secondary history students will be engaged in this fun and interactive power point presentation about the American response to the events in the world prior to World War II. Students will take notes on the CLOZE notes handout which includes several review questions to assess their knowledge. They will also be asked to analyze two of FDR’s famous speeches including: The Quarantine Speech and Four Freedoms.

World War II Lecture: Origins of American Involvement (U.S. History) Your secondary history students will be engaged in this fun and interactive power point presentation about the American response to the events in the world prior to World War II. Students will take notes on the CLOZE notes handout which includes several review questions to assess their knowledge. They will also be asked to analyze two of FDR’s famous speeches including: The Quarantine Speech and Four Freedoms.

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