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Overview In this experience, students interact with vocabulary words that they will encounter throughout Unit 6: Civil War Through 1900. Estimated duration: 30–40 minutes Vocabulary words: Objective
In this experience, students interact with vocabulary words that they will encounter throughout Unit 6: Civil War Through 1900.
Estimated duration: 30–40 minutes
The tensions continued to grow between free states and slaves states, between the industrial North and the agricultural South, between those who wanted a stronger central government and those who put their state’s interests first. The United States was heading towards a serious division.
The U.S. Civil War
This lesson builds your vocabulary with words you will use in this unit. The words are:
Several of the words on this vocabulary list appeared in earlier units as well. Let’s see how well you remember what they mean.
1. Which of the following words is a synonym of compromise?
2. Which of the following belongs to the federal government?
3. Which of the following words means “a change made to a law or formal agreement”?
If students struggle with any of the words, ask a few volunteers to define the problematic word and to use it in a sentence.