The attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 was one of the defining moments of modern history. On December 9, 1941, President Roosevelt addressed the American people by radio. Help your students analyze his speech and what made it so powerful with this 76-page FREE Historical Speech Analysis & Copywork: Pearl Harbor unit.
Analyzing literature or historical speeches doesn’t have to be overwhelming or intimidating. This FREE Historical Speech Analysis & Copywork: Pearl Harbor unit breaks down the steps to analyzing an historical speech and guides students to look at:
- details surrounding the setting of the speech
- what the goal of the speech was
- how the speech was structured
- how the words used appealed to the audience in different ways
- and much more
This is a great supplement to a student’s language arts study. It provides the questions to ask, notebooking lines to record answers, and the full text of the speech It also includes print copywork for the students to trace and/or copy.
Scroll down for your free instant download! And don’t miss the FREE historical speech analysis unit on President Abraham Lincoln’s Proclamation of Thanksgiving issued October 3, 1863.
Don’t miss these printables and resources we have for you to help your students learn more about World War II:
- FREE Leaders of World War II Essay Questions Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, and Part Five
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