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Film Viewing Guide for the movie “Glory” (1998) Video

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Film Viewing Guide for the movie “Glory” (1998)


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8th – 12th

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Check out this simple, ready-to-use instructional activity that your young historians can complete as they watch the motion picture Glory. It begins with a very brief list of characters to track, followed by seven short-answer questions…

Learning Guide for: Glory Lesson Plan

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Learning Guide for: Glory


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9th – 12th

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Invite your class to learn about the first regular US army unit composed of black soldiers during the Civil War with the film Glory. This website reviews the historical accuracy of the movie, offers pre- and post-viewing handouts, and…

Glory Discussion Questions Video

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Glory Discussion Questions


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8th – 12th

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This is a good place to begin for designing a viewing guide for the movie Glory. The resource lists 35 questions that can be answered during the movie to review major characters and plot points, followed by a few more questions that can…

Civil War: Blacks on the Battlefield Lesson Plan

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Civil War: Blacks on the Battlefield


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6th – 12th

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Imagine a war being fought to free slaves, with slaves on the front line. Scholars use primary documents, videos, and research in the second installment of a three-part series to guide their analysis of the first African-Americans on the…

The Glory Field Lesson Plan

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The Glory Field


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7th – 8th

Students examine the power of inner strength and fimily ties as they read through Walter Dean Myers’ story, “The Glory Field.” Milestones in African-American history become the focus of this lesson.

Examining Secondary Sources: The American Revolution Lesson Plan

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Examining Secondary Sources: The American Revolution


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9th – 11th

Learners who have a grasp on the events of the Revolutionary war view clips from five different films as secondary sources. They take notes on each clip thinking about historic inaccuracies. They then view parts of the film The Patriot…

Who is Robert M. Glass? - Black History Month Lesson Plan

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Who is Robert M. Glass? – Black History Month


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Pre-K – K

Students research the role of African Americans during the each of the United States’ wars. In this African American history lesson, students research information and statistics about the role of African Americans in the following wars:…

Civil War Lesson Plan

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Civil War


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9th – 12th

Students consider what it was like for black regiments during the Civil War. In this American Civil War lesson, students view segments of “Glory,” and “The Descendants of the 29th Regiment.” Students discuss the conditions of black…

Rhetoric and War Lesson Plan

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Rhetoric and War


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9th – 12th

Students examine the relationship between rhetoric and war. In this history of war instructional activity, students analyze paintings, photographs, movies, and articles that paint an opinionated picture of war. Students discuss their…

War and Leadership in Shakespeare’s Henry V Lesson Plan

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War and Leadership in Shakespeare’s Henry V


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9th – 12th

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“Compared to war all other forms of human endeavor shrink to insignificance.” “War is not healthy for children and other living things.” These two views of war, embodied in George Patton’s statement and Lorraine Schneider‘s famous 1966…

American Aloha Lesson Plan: Perpetuating Indigenous Cultural Traditions in Diaspora Lesson Plan

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