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1 Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Goal: Students will be able to identify and analyze the ways that the Civil War transformed the nation. 4 I am able to identify, analyze, and explain the ways that the Civil War transformed the nation. 3 I can identify and analyze the ways that the Civil War transformed the nation. 2 I can identify the ways that the Civil War transformed the nation. 1 With help, I can identify the ways that the Civil War transformed the nation. Student Name Period Teacher Test Date

2 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 1 The Emancipation Proclamation p SURVEY Headings and Subheadings: 1) One American s Story 2) A War of Liberation 3) Abolitionists Demand Action 4) The Emancipation Proclamation 5) Response to the Proclamation 6) Fighting for Freedom 7) African-American Soldiers 8) The 54 th Massachusetts Boldfaced or italicized words and their definitions: 9. Emancipation Proclamation SURVEY continued 15. Battle of Antietam Explanation of any pictures or graphics in the text: 16. p th Massachusetts Volunteers 17. p Emancipate 18. p Commander-in-Chief 19. p Liberation 14. Prolong 20. p.541 2

3 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 1 The Emancipation Proclamation p QUESTION Go over the questions to read with a purpose: How did the Emancipation Proclamation affect the war effort? How did African-American soldiers contribute to the Union cause? How did the Civil War transform the nation? READ/RAP -Read each section below, stop, ask yourself the main idea and details, Paraphrase/Put it in your own words: READ continued 25. Response to the Proclamation 21. One American s Story 26. Fighting for Freedom 22. A War of Liberation 27. African-American Soldiers 23. Abolitionists Demand Action th Massachusetts 24. The Emancipation Proclamation 3

4 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 1 The Emancipation Proclamation p RETELL/ RECITE Answer the ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS! 29. How did the Emancipation Proclamation affect the war effort? Effects on the North Effects on the South 30. How did African-American soldiers contribute to the Union cause? 31. In what ways did the Civil War transform America? 4

5 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 1 The Emancipation Proclamation p REVIEW Informational Text- Summarize in a color-coded paragraph. Review must happen within 24 hours of reading! 5

6 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 2 War Affect Society p SURVEY Headings and Subheadings: 9) One American s Story 10) A Divisive Time 11) Disagreements About the War 12) Slaves Undermine the Confederacy 13) The Draft Laws 14) Economic and Social Change 15) Economic Effects of the War 16) Women Aid the War Effort 17) War Transforms Society SURVEY continued 15. Greenback 16. Inflation Boldfaced or italicized words and their definitions: 10. Copperheads Explanation of any pictures or graphics in the text: 17. p Writ of Habeas Corpus 18. p Clara Barton 19. p Conscription 20. p Income Tax 21. p

7 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 2 War Affect Society p QUESTION Go over the questions to read with a purpose: What disagreements happened in the North and in the South during the war? What economic and social changes were caused by the war? In what ways did the Civil War transform the nation? READ/RAP -Read each section below, stop, ask yourself the main idea and details, Paraphrase/Put it in your own words: READ continued 27. Economic and Social Change 22. One American s Story 28. Economic Effects of the War 23. A Divisive Time 24. Disagreements About the War 29. Women Aid the War Effort 25. Slaves Undermine the Confederacy 30. War Transforms Society 26. The Draft Laws 7

8 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 2 War Affect Society p p RETELL/ RECITE Answer the ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS! 31. What disagreements happened in the North and in the South during the war? Northern Disagreements Southern Disagreements 32. What economic and social changes were caused by the war? Economic Changes Social Changes 33. In what ways did the Civil War transform the nation? How did the American Civil War affect society? 8

9 SQ3R Chapter 17 The Tide of War Turns, Section 2 War Affect Society p REVIEW Informational Text- Summarize in a color-coded paragraph. Review must happen within 24 hours of reading! 9

10 Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Section 3: The North Wins p Survey Headings and Subheadings: 1. One American s Story 2. Union Victories at Gettysburg and Vicksburg 3. Lee Invades the North 4. The Battle of Gettysburg 5. The Siege of Vicksburg 6. The Confederacy Falls 7. Sherman Takes Atlanta 8. Grant s Virginia Campaign 9. Richmond Falls 10. Surrender at Appomattox Boldfaced or italicized words and their definitions: 11. Battle of Gettysburg Survey continued 16. Appomattox Court House 17. Dislodge Explanation of any pictures or graphics in the text: 18. p George Pickett 19. p Pickett s Charge 20. p Siege of Vicksburg 21. p Sherman s March to the Sea 22. p

11 Read: continued Question: Go over the questions to read with a purpose. Why were the battles of Gettysburg and Vicksburg so significant? What advantage did Union forces gain by fighting on higher ground in the Battle of Gettysburg? What qualities did Grant have that helped him defeat Lee? How did Grant s new strategy defeat the Confederacy? Why do you think Grant gave generous terms of surrender to Lee? In what ways did the Civil War transform the nation? 26. The Battle of Gettysburg Read/RAP: Read each section below. Stop. Ask yourself the main idea and details. Paraphrase (put it in your own words). 23. One American s Story 27. The Siege of Vicksburg 24. Union Victories at Gettysburg and Vicksburg 28. The Confederacy Falls 25. Lee Invades the North 11

12 Read/RAP continued 31. Richmond Falls 29. Sherman Takes Atlanta 30. Grant s Virginia Campaign 32. Surrender at Appomattox Recite/Retell answer the essential questions. 33. Why were the battles of Gettysburg and Vicksburg so important? 12

13 Recite/Retell continued 34. What advantage did Union forces gain by fighting on higher ground in the Battle of Gettysburg? 35. What qualities did Grant have that helped him defeat Lee? 36. How did Grant s new strategy defeat the Confederacy? 37. Why do you think Grant gave generous terms of surrender to Lee? 38. In what ways did the Civil War transform the nation? What led to the North winning the American Civil War? 13

14 Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Section 3: The North Wins p Review Informational Text Summarize in a color-coded paragraph. Remember, the review must happen within 24 hours of reading! 14

15 SQ3R Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Section 4: The Legacy of the War p Survey Headings and Subheadings: 1. One American s Story 2. Costs of War 3. Terrible Losses 4. The South in Ruins 5. Lincoln s Assassination 6. The Nation Transformed 7. A New Nation 8. The Thirteenth Amendment Survey continued Explanation of any pictures or graphics in the text: 14. p.559 Boldfaced or italicized words and their definitions: 9. Walt Whitman 15. p Ford s Theatre 16. p John Wilkes Booth 12. Thirteenth Amendment 17. p Ratify 15

16 Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Section 4: The Legacy of the War p Question: Go over the questions to read with a purpose What were the losses and gains of the war? How might photographs have changed civilians attitudes to war? What changes did the war bring about? In what ways are the effects of the Civil War still being felt today? How did the Civil War transform the nation? Read/RAP: Read each section below. Stop. Ask yourself the main idea and details. Paraphrase (put it in your own words). Read: continued 22. Lincoln s Assassination 18. One American s Story 23. The Nation Transformed 19. Costs of War 20. Terrible Losses 24. A New Nation 21. The South in Ruins 25. The Thirteenth Amendment 16

17 Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Section 4: The Legacy of the War p Recite/Retell answer the essential questions. 26. What were the losses and gains of the war? 27. How might photographs have changed civilians attitudes to war? 28. What changes did the war bring about? 29. In what ways are the effects of the Civil War still being felt today? 30. How did the Civil War transform the nation? 17

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19 SQ3R Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns Section 4: The Legacy of the War p Review Informational Text Summarize in a color-coded paragraph. Remember, the review must happen within 24 hours of reading! 19

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