Glory Civil War Movie Guide
This printable worksheet goes along with the incredible Civil War movie "Glory". This is the one movie I make sure to show my students every year because of how powerful it is.
The film follows the true story of the 54th Massachusetts regiment: one of the first official African American units in the United States during the Civil War. It is based on the personal letters of Col. Robert Gould Shaw and accurately shows the struggle these brave men faced.
This film guide follows the movie and includes a matching to help students remember the main characters as well as open-ended and multiple choice questions. Lastly, there is an essay prompt in which students select one character and describe his journey.
This is an excellent way to guide students through the movie and assess their understanding. An answer key is included.
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Support your students' history skills with these source analysis tips and essay plan ideas
Interpreting historical sources and planning essays are two key skills that are essential to a study of any period of history. We’ve selected these templates, prompts and worksheets to help you provide learners with the tools they need to demonstrate their understanding, both at KS3 and for exam classes.
Ensure that your students grasp the essentials of analysis with this basic skills help sheet, which details a list of key question prompts as well as tips for writing about sources.
Alternatively, use this writing frame to help learners focus their evaluation skills and make sure that they remember all the components of source analysis.
When considering the reliability of evidence, it is worth encouraging your class to use this NOP mat* so that they can quickly assess the nature, origin and purpose of different types of sources.
First things first, make sure that your students understand the question they are being asked, and what is expected of them, by checking and decoding common phrases with this guide.
Present the visual aid of the essay burger with this planning lesson, which is ideal for getting your classes to practise structuring their ideas and justifications.
For lower abilities, this detailed writing frame can be used to assist students who struggle with structuring their answers and offers a selection of connectives that can be used to improve their responses.
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