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Frederick Douglass’s Speech “The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro”
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
"The Fourth of July is yours, not mine." When Fredrick Douglass said these words in 1852, how did advocates of slavery, as well as Douglass' antislavery audience, react? Here is an excellent lesson not only for analyzing Douglass'...
Exploring the Hypocrisy of American Slavery with Frederick Douglass’ “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”
10th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Young historians analyze the words of Frederick Douglass as he considered the contradictions of the United States as a slave-owning nation that celebrated equality and freedom on the Fourth of July.
The American Revolution: Give Me Liberty
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
More than fireworks, barbeques, or sunny picnic afternoons, the Fourth of July marks a formative and important time in American history. Learn more about the key figures in the American Revolution with a collection of lesson plans, which vary in difficulty and complexity, making it a good addition to both middle and high school history classes.
Fourth of July Add or Subtract Worksheets
3rd - 4th CCSS: Designed
There are actually two Independence-Day-themed worksheets in this resource. Patriots solve three-digit addition and subtraction problems, then find the letter from the key that corresponds to each of their answers. As they place each...