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Abes Honest Words:


The Life of Abraham
Lincoln
I have read my story, discussed
the after reading questions, and
reviewed the story vocabulary
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for my homework tonight.
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Unit 3 Week 4
pp. 240 - 261
Name: ____________________
I have read my story, discussed
the after reading questions, and
reviewed the story vocabulary
on the back of this bookmark
for my homework tonight.
Students signature
__________________________
Parents/Guardians signature
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Abes Honest Words:
The Life of Abraham
Lincoln
Unit 3 Week 4
pp. 240 - 261
Created by: Joanne Warner Created by: Joanne Warner
divided haste
opposed perish
proclamation shattered
tension address
divided haste
opposed perish
proclamation shattered
tension address
After Reading: Find the answers to
these questions in your book.
Think about the ~ Essential Question:
How can words lead to change?
1. Why does the author includes
Abrahams own words? Reread p.
242.
2. How does his first hand account give
more information than the author
can? p. 242
3. How did Lincoln feel about reading?
p. 243
4. What did Lincoln learn about the
power of words? p. 244
5. The author believed that Lincoln
became a good public speaker. What
piece of text evidence from p. 247
supports that belief?
6. How does the author describe
Lincolns view on slavery? p. 249
7. Reread p. 254. The author used a
first hand account of how people felt
about Lincoln. How did the
Northerners feel about Lincoln?
8. Why did Lincoln issue the
Emancipation Proclamation? p. 255
Vocabulary Review
Discuss each vocabulary word. Use the
glossary to look up the definition of each word.
After Reading: Find the answers to
these questions in your book.
Think about the ~ Essential Question:
How can words lead to change?
1. Why does the author includes
Abrahams own words? Reread p.
242.
2. How does his first hand account give
more information than the author
can? p. 242
3. How did Lincoln feel about reading?
p. 243
4. What did Lincoln learn about the
power of words? p. 244
5. The author believed that Lincoln
became a good public speaker. What
piece of text evidence from p. 247
supports that belief?
6. How does the author describe
Lincolns view on slavery? p. 249
7. Reread p. 254. The author used a
first hand account of how people felt
about Lincoln. How did the
Northerners feel about Lincoln?
8. Why did Lincoln issue the
Emancipation Proclamation? p. 255
Vocabulary Review
Discuss each vocabulary word. Use the
glossary to look up the definition of each word.