With Presidents’ Day right around the corner, it is the perfect time to add studying Abraham Lincoln to your curriculum. You can use this FREE Historical Speech Analysis & Copywork: Gettysburg Address unit to help your students learn how to analyze historical speeches and get some handwriting practice at the same time.
This FREE Historical Speech Analysis & Copywork: Gettysburg Address unit makes learning to analyze historical speeches doable by breaking it down into simple steps. By following the steps in order, students are guided into considering:
- 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
It’s an easy way to supplement your language arts study and add in some history at the same time. This unit 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 these FREE historical speech units we have available for you:
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