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Sectional Leader Activity

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Taft task: Jennifer Frazier - Saint Bernard School Name of activity Facebook Activity - Sectional Leaders Historical period(s) Period 4: 1800 - 1848 Historical Thinking Skill(s) The Activity: Patterns of Continuity and Change over Time, Historical Argumentation, Interpretation The Assessment: Comparison, Contextualization Explain the activity For this activity, students must create a Facebook page using the template provided for one of the sectional leaders of the early 19th century. Because there are so many important figures who stick around for a great deal of time, I feel it is important to know a little bit about each of them and the role they play leading into the Civil War. Students may work in pairs and must provide the following information:

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