5 Minute Reflection - The Civil War Lecture
- Okay, take a few minutes to wrap your head around the Civil War lecture you just listened to. What struck you as important or significant in this lecture?
- How did Wooster use ethos, pathos, and logos to send his message about this tragic event in our nation's history? BE SPECIFIC and USE EVIDENCE -- DETAILS AND EXPLANATION.
- What are some key factors in the Civil War that led to a loss of life and so much bloodshed?
Keep Working on Your Symposium Presentation
- I want each group to meet with me to run through your presentation introduction and talk about your symposium reflection
This 0399 Assignment is due on Friday by 8:00 am.
Know the ladies for Exam III'
This assignment is designed to do two things:
- Starting you on the path of studying and preparing for Exam III
- Giving you some practical experience with the 0399 Student Learning Outcome --Locating explicit textual information.
You job is to create a Study Sheet for You and Your Peers for Exam III. Locate information from lecture, GML, and/or CV. Create a brief definition for each of the following female historical figures. Be certain to include enough information to distinguish each women from one another. Acknowledge where you got your information for your answer.
- Sarah Bagley
- Sara Robinson
- Margaret Fuller
- Abby Kelley
- Catherine Beecher
- Harriet Beecher Stowe (Did Wooster mention her in lecture?)
- Grimke Sisters
- Elizabeth Cady Stanton
- Dorothea Dix (Did Wooster mention her in lecture?)
- Sojourner Truth (Did Wooster mention her in lecture?)
Here is my example
Harriet Beecher Stowe, sister to Catherine Beecher, helped the abolitionist movement with the publication of her ant-slavery novel in 1851, Uncle Tom's Cabin. This novel appealed to people's emotions and portrayed slaves as Christian individuals who suffered at the hands of their owners. (GML 354).