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FC: Slavery and Abolition


9 lessons that answer the standards as well as the framing and supporting questions

Grade: 3rd Grade

Weeks: 2

Pages: 70

Standards: 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.6a, 3.6b, 3.6c, 3.6d, 3.7, 3.8, 3.10, 3.10e, 3.12

File Type: pdf

Slide Deck Included: Yes

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Product SKU: PEDFC342


In the early years of the United States, slavery was often a common topic for debate. While the North was typically against slavery, the South believed it was not a problem and felt it was even needed in order to maintain and grow the agricultural economy. However, abolitionists and others began to speak out against slavery, including President Abraham Lincoln, but not everyone agreed and this soon led to the Civil War.  

9 lessons that answer the standards as well as the framing and supporting questions

Lessons are developed using all the sources and readings that are in the social studies course frameworks provided by the Louisiana Department of Education.

What does it include?

  1. Detailed lesson plans aligned with the standards and frameworks
  2. Activities that include all the materials provided in the frameworks
  3. Assessments aligned to the new LDOE field test (ASSESSMENT WILL BE ADDED IN AN UPDATE)
  4. Lesson activity workbook/worksheets
  5. Slide deck


  • 3.5 Compare life in the United States in the past and present
  • 3.6 Identify and describe national historical figures, celebrations, and symbols.
  • 3.a Describe the achievements of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and Sojourner Truth
  • 3.6b Describe the significance of state and nationally designated holidays, including, Memorial Day, and Juneteenth.
  • 3.6c Describe the history of American symbols, including the Liberty Bell, U.S. flag (etiquette, customs pertaining to the display and use of the flag), bald eagle, national anthem, Uncle Sam, Statue of Liberty, The Pledge of Allegiance, and the national motto “In God We Trust.”
  • 3.6d Identify and describe man-made American monuments and landmarks including the Lincoln Memorial,
  • 3.7 Describe the significance of major events in the history of the United States, including the abolition of slavery following the Civil War.
  • 3.8 Describe how voluntary and involuntary migration have affected the United States.
  • 3.10 Recognize functions of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.
  • 3.10e Explain how our founding documents protect individuals’ rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
  • 3.12 Explain the significance of the Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth Amendment

Framing Question

How did the movement to end slavery affect the United States?

Supporting Questions

  1. Why did the demand for slaves increase in the Southern states?
  2. How did enslaved people resist?
  3. How did abolitionists fight against slavery?
  4. Why did compromises fail to solve the national argument about slavery?
  5. How did slavery end in the United States?




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