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"The time will come, when thou shalt lift thine eyes, To watch a long drawn battle in the skies, While aged peasants, too amazed for words, Stare at the flying fleets of wond'rous birds, England so long the mistress of the sea, Where winds and waves confess her sovereignty, Her ancient triumph yet on high shall bear, And reign, the sovereign of the conquered air." ~ Gray's 'Luna Habitabilis' Cambridge 1797

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FDR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter World War II (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 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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World War II - Origins of American Involvement PPT Presentation (U.S. History)

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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FDR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter World War II (U.S. History)

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.

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FDR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter World War II (U.S. History)

$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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