We found 37 reviewed resources for john brown, harper's ferry
John Brown: Hero or Villain?Lesson Planet
8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
"Love it or leave it." "You're either for us or against us." Rhetoric and it's polarizing effects are the focus of a lesson that uses John Brown's attack on Harper's Ferry as an exemplar. Groups examine primary source documents,...
The Debate - John Brown: Martyr or Madman?Lesson Planet
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Did he die for a cause, or was he crazy? Although the resource discusses John Brown and West Virginia history, many historical figures have the same reputation. Teach learners about different perspectives and highlight the importance of...
Gold Rush Abolitionists: What Impact did John Brown have on U.S. history?Lesson Planet
8th - 12th
Young scholars examine the impact that John Brown had on American history. In this human rights lesson, students discover details about the raid on Harpers Ferry and the implications it held for the American Civil War.
John Brown's Raid on Harper's Ferry and John Brown's BodyLesson Planet
Fourth graders discuss John's Brown's Raid on Harper's Ferry. In this John Brown instructional activity, 4th graders analyze a newspaper article about the raid, and write a descriptive obituary about John Brown. Students view pictures of...
John Brown's Passion to End Slavery Leading Up to and Including the Rain at Harpers FerryLesson Planet
Sixth graders investigate John Brown's fight to end slavery. In this slavery lesson, 6th graders read Harpers Ferry, The Story of John Brown's Raid and then research his life as well as the life of slave Osbourne Perry Anderson. Students...
John Brown's Raid on Harpers FerryLesson Planet
8th - 12th
Students consider the impact of the Harpers Ferry Raid on the Civil War. In this Civil War activity, students conduct research of primary sources pertaining to John Brown and his abolitionist work. Students write essays that present John...
Slavery and Abolition: Three Unforgettable NamesLesson Planet
4th - 8th
Young scholars research the people and events involved in the abolitionist movement prior to the U.S. Civil War. They read about and discuss the roles of Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman, and John Brown. Students complete a word splash, Venn...