Reworked 13th Amendment Formative

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#1

https://goformative.com/clone/BBAKWE


#2

Thanks for sharing this formative, Jason! I really like how you uploaded the image of that scene so students could label and infer what the different subjects were thinking. I think this is such a creative way to allow students to practice perspective taking and demonstrate their understanding of history. For Q#2, I would suggest giving a little more context as to what the students should write about as you do by asking them to make a bucket list in Q#3.

I am tagging @SSHistory_Educators in here so they can check out your cool strategy too and share any thoughts that they have. As a general note to everyone, feel free to use subject-area mentions like @SSHistory_Educators to notify others!


#3

@Jason_Jorgensen This is great. I really like the picture and the essay questions.


#4

Thanks so much for the feedback


#5

Thanks so much for your feedback as I will add a bit more context to this to make it better for them. I do so appreciate that you guys are not the Wizard of Oz hidden away in the Emerald City and actually help.


#6

I have a pretty decent little collection of visuals , if you’d like I am a good sharer I could share them with you


#7

@Jason_Jorgensen that would be great!


#8

Let me know what you need, topics covered… And Email


#9

Have added some context for the Q2 and Q3 let me know what you think


#11


#12

Thanks for considering my suggestions. I took a look at your formative again and would just suggest adding a prompt at the end of Q#2 so that they know. For example, you could say, “Share what you imagine the subject’s sentiment were, as a result of the 13th amendment being passed.”


#13

Made a change to the 2nd question


#14

Looks good! I noticed the word “owner” is missing in there.


#15

For Q2, you state this “Imagine you are a plantation owner whose slaves have been as a result of the 13th amendment.”
The slaves wouldn’t be the result of the amendment. Did you mean to add something about them being freed?

I think that this is something that would be great for our 8th grade SS class. Thank you for sharing!


#16

Thanks for the help… i will make the change


#17

Let me know how it goes


#18

I would like to see your Civil Rights, Holocaust, and Reconstruction folders. Also thought I would share my Great Depression Formative with you. Clone Code: CLEXXP
or
https://goformative.com/clone/CLEXXP

msashlylcot@gmail.com


#19

Shared… I also do use the book Maus for the holocaust… i have thematic essays and scanned copies of each book chapter by chapter as well as other reaources of youd like.


#20

Havent done alot with these folders but they have many resources


#21

awesome thank you so much