Students probe the history of the United States from 1830 to 1865. Using primary sources, readings, and lessons, students consider the experiences of people in the U.S. as well as the issues driving the political confrontation over slavery and the meaning of liberty.
Maine Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference // The Civil War and the Meaning of Liberty: A Choices Program
Join the Choices Program in an exploration of our newest unit, The Civil War and the Meaning of Liberty. In this workshop, teachers will be introduced to the Choices Program’s expanded U.S. History Series and take a deep dive into the Civil War unit and some of the 11 lessons in this unit. The workshop provides opportunity for a rich discussion relating to classroom applications of the student text, the videos, and the lessons, which include abolitionist profiles, political cartoons, geography, congressional debates, food shortages, photographs, letters, battles, and more!
A one-year Digital Editions license for The Civil War and the Meaning of Liberty is provided to all who attend.
“Excellent workshop! Truly
– John, Massachusetts
This workshop is appropriate for middle and high school social studies educators.