Informational (nonfiction), 2,125 words, Level X (Grade 5)
Multilevel Book also available in levels Z1 and Z2
The American Civil War (1861-1865) was a long fight between two sides of the same country, with friends and brothers sometimes fighting on opposite sides. After the famous battle of Gettysburg, President Abraham Lincoln knew he needed a great speech to rally the North to finish the war and restore the Union. The Gettysburg Address provides students a comprehensive look at why the famous speech was so important. The book can also be used to teach students other interesting facts about the war, the speech, and the time in U.S. history. The books and lesson are available for levels Z1 and Z2.
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Recognize and use proper nouns that name people
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