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Title: Ohio During the Civil War


1
Ohio During the Civil War
  • Standards-based Lesson Plan
  • Fifth-grade
  • Missy Sharp
  • Allison Eckstein
  • Andy Couper
  • Todd Moore

2
Table of Contents
  • History Web Sites
  • People in Societies
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Government
  • Citizenship
  • Technology

3
History Web Sites
  • List of sites for the Underground Railroad
  • http//www.cr.nps.gov/nr/travel/underground/states
    .htm
  • Timeline of the Civil War
  • http//memory.loc.gov/ammem/cwphtml/tl1861.html
  • Outline of the Civil War http//members.tripod.com
    /greatamericanhistory/gr02006.htmI
  • Uncle Toms Cabin
  • http//www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi/jb
    /reform/beecher_1
  • Underground Railroad and causes of the Civil War
  • http//americancivilwar.com/underground_railroad.h
    tml

4
Activities
  • Teacher will read excerpts from Uncle Toms
    Cabin, written by Harriet Beecher Stowe who lived
    in Cincinnati. Students will discuss in groups
    what effect the novel may have had on people at
    that time. Class discussion of events that
    followed publication.
  • Students will play a simulated game, Underground
    Railroad, in which they take the part of
    passengers, conductors, and bounty hunters.

5
Activities, cont.
  • Working in groups, students will construct an
    illustrated timeline of events of the Civil War.
    Individually, they will choose one event and
    write about its importance.
  • Students will role play a political discussion
    between supporters of the war effort and
    opponents.
  • Students will draw a political cartoon, write an
    editorial, or give a speech to influence opinion
    about the Civil War.

6
People in Society Web Sites
  • The Colored Troops
  • http//www.civilwarhome.com/chapt6.htm
  • The Ohio Village
  • http//www.ohiohistory.org/places/ohvillag/
  • African American Struggle
  • http//www.seorf.ohiou.edu/xx057/

7
People in Society Web Sites
  • Womens issues during the Civil War
  • http//americancivilwar.com/women/women.html
  • Margaret Garner
  • http//www.rootsweb.com/kypendle/slavemargaretgar
    ner.htm

8
Activities
  • Students will take a field trip to Ohio Village,
    in Columbus, which depicts life during the Civil
    War.
  • Students will create an illustrated diary of
    their experiences at Ohio Village.
  • Students will read textbook section detailing the
    struggle of African-Americans in Ohio to fight
    for the Union.

9
Activities, cont.
  • Students will discuss in groups problems that
    women faced during the war. They will brainstorm
    possible solutions.
  • Students will read about Margaret Garner, an
    escaped slave who killed one of her own children
    rather than return her to slavery. Class will
    discuss her decision.

10
Geography Web Sites
  • John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail
    http//hhhills.org/jhmht/
  • Color landform atlas Ohio
  • http//geography.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?
    sitehttp//fermi.jhuapl.edu/states/oh5F0.html
  • Civil War image map
  • http//homepage.floodcity.net/users/mastdog/oh.htm
    l

11
Geography Web Sites
  • Ohio Civil War Travel Guide
  • http//americancivilwar.com/statepic/oh.html
  • Morgans Raiders
  • http//home.frognet.net/loweryjr/morgan.htm

12
Activities
  • Students will research information on the
    physical geography of Ohio and draw a map of Ohio
    which represents this information.
  • Students will measure travel and actual distances
    between given locations within Ohio.

13
Activities, cont.
  • Students will complete a political map with
    principal cities and bordering states.
  • Students will make a travel brochure which
    highlights characteristics of the state during
    the Civil War.
  • Students will research Morgans Raiders and draw
    on map their route through Ohio.

14
Economic Web Sites
  • Ohios economic contribution
  • http//www.infoplease.com/ce6/us/A0860112.html
  • Ohios industrial growth
  • http//www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2004/is
    _1_47/ai_73024087
  • Transportation for industry
  • http//www.ohiohistorycentral.org/ohc/history/ocoa
    /pla/r.shtml
  • Ohio Civil War natural resources
  • http//www.eduplace.com/state/oh/oh_links.html
  • Students will write a letter to an Ohio Civil War
    farmer.
  • http//www.cincinnatilibrary.org/kidspace/homework
    .asp?category1

15
Activities
  • Students will discuss how Ohios economic
    development contributed to the war.
  • Students will read textbook section dealing with
    the industrial growth in Ohio.
  • Students will research modes of transportation
    for industrial and agricultural goods during the
    Civil War.

16
Activities, cont.
  • Students will research Ohios natural resources
    and determine their importance to the war effort.
  • Students will write a letter to a farmer who is
    fighting in the war and whose family is running
    the farm alone. They can be either the farmers
    wife or a child. They should describe economic
    conditions and problems they are facing.

17
Government Web Sites
  • Welcome to the American presidency
  • http//ap.grolier.com/article?assetid0124750-0te
    mplatename/article/article.html
  • Civil War Ohio
  • http//www.iwaynet.net/lsci/cwpaper.htm
  • Civil War Politics
  • http//home.carolina.rr.com/civilwarcauses/
  • Civil War Politicians
  • http//politicalgraveyard.com/death/civil-war
    .htm
  • Voting in Civil War times Ohio
  • http//www.civilwarhome.com/vote.htm

18
Government
  • Students will read about political decisions
    leading up to the war. Class discussion of these
    decisions.
  • Teacher will read Ulysses S. Grant. Class
    discussion of how Ohio leaders during the war
    affected politics afterward.
  • Students will learn about political parties
    during the war and compare their stand on the
    issues.

19
Activities, cont.
  • Students will choose a Civil War leader who
    becomes involved in politics after the war. They
    will research their person and write a report on
    him.
  • Students will learn about and discuss which
    people in Ohio were allowed to vote during that
    time and who were not allowed and what effect
    that had.

20
Citizenship Web Sites
  • Civil Rights during the Civil War
  • http//memory.loc.gov/learn/features/civilrights/f
    lash.html
  • Civil War Draft
  • http//www.civilwarhome.com/conscription.htm
  • America A Land of Many People
  • http//media.aea11.k12.ia.us/htbin/wwform/www/?TEX
    TR4100562-4105495-/www/documents/041/cat/wwi770.h
    tm
  • Civil Rights
  • http//www.usdoj.gov/kidspage/crt/crtmenu.htm
  • Living in the Civil War
  • http//www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0590
    454226/qid1097867600/sr1-1/refsr_1_1/104-035384
    9-8871166?vglancesbooks

21
Activities
  • Class discussion of patriotism and freedom of
    speech.
  • Students will read about how some Ohioans were
    able to pay someone to fight in their place after
    the draft went into effect. They will write a
    journal entry detailing their feelings on this
    issue.

22
Activities, cont.
  • 3. Students will watch America A Land of Many
    People.
  • Students will read in text about the different
    groups of people living in Ohio. They will
    discuss this reading and the previous video.
  • Teacher will read If You Lived in the Time of the
    Civil War. Students will answer the questions
    included.

23
Skills and Methods Web Sites
  • Civil War Troop Statistics
  • http//www.publicbookshelf.com/public_html/The_Gre
    at_Republic_By_the_Master_Historians_Vol_III/civil
    war_fi.html
  • Union Soldiers
  • http//www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/3680/cw/cw.ht
    ml
  • Actual Letters from the Civil War
  • http//www.civilwarmall.com/

24
Skills and Methods Web Sites
  • Internet Articles
  • http//www.educationplanet.com/articles/civilwar.h
    tml
  • Analyzing Civil War Pictures
  • http//www.civil-war.net/

25
Activities
  • Students will study a graph illustrating the
    number of soldiers from each state compared to
    its population. They will write a paragraph
    explaining what they discovered.
  • Students will pretend to be a Union soldier and
    write a letter back home describing their
    experiences.

26
Activities, cont.
  • Students will read actual letters written by
    soldiers during the Civil War. In groups, they
    will compare their letters.
  • Students will research an article on the internet
    and verify the information through another source
    such as a textbook or encyclopedia.
  • Students will examine Civil War era pictures.
    Class discussion of what pictures tell about the
    time.

27
Technology Web Sites
  • Letters from 126th Ohio Volunteer
  • http//www.iwaynet.net/lsci/
  • Poetry and music in the War Between the States
  • http//home.earthlink.net/poetry61-65/
  • Civil War newspapers
  • http//www.uttyl.edu/vbetts/newspaper_titles.htm

28
Technology Web Sites
  • Civil War Novels
  • www.amazon.com
  • Panoramic Battle Fields
  • http//www.jatruck.com/stonewall/

29
Activities
  • Students will use the internet to find primary
    sources, choose three, and write a paragraph each
    describing them.
  • Students will use the internet to find songs or
    poems from the Civil War era from both sides and
    compare in a paragraph some differences between
    them.

30
Activities, cont.
  • Students will research Ulysses S. Grant and his
    role in the Civil War. They will complete a
    worksheet.
  • Students will use the internet to compile a list
    of novels about the Civil War.
  • Students will view panoramic views of Civil War
    battlefields.
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