November 19th will mark the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln delivering The Gettysburg Address.
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Here are my choices for The Best Online Resources For Learning About The Gettysburg Address:
Here are a series of exercises perfect for English Language Learners.
Interactive: Seeking Abraham Lincoln at the Gettysburg Address is from The Smithsonian Magazine.
The History Channel has a number of accessible resources.
Lincoln’s 272 Words, A Model Of Brevity For Modern Times is from NPR.
The Best Site — Ever — On The Gettysburg Address
Thanks to reader Nate for this next video:
Gettysburg Address from Adam Gault Studio on Vimeo.
The Gettysburg Address as a Powerpoint is from The Atlantic.
The President’s Hand-Written Response to the Gettysburg Address is also from The Atlantic.
The Associated Press has an interactive on the Address.
Text to Text | The Gettysburg Address and ‘Why the Civil War Still Matters’ is from The New York Times Learning Network.
How the Media Would Have Covered the Gettysburg Address is from New York Magazine.
Ask an Expert: What Did Abraham Lincoln’s Voice Sound Like? is from Smithsonian Magazine.
The Gettysburg Address according to kids is by Wendi Pillars.
Google’s Cultural Institute has an Address feature.
We recently posted a blog entry about how to teach the great themes of the Address: liberty, equality and emancipation
Our lessohttp://edsitement.neh.gov/curriculum-unit/abraham-lincoln-american-union-word-fitly-spokenn is part of a curriculum unit on Lincoln’s thought on Union
Great, Joe, I’ll add it to the list right now
Thanks so much Larry
EDSITEment’s Gettysburg Address Lesson
Larry, another great resource is this fantastic reading of the address with beautiful imagery. My favorite way to connect the words visually for students.
Thanks for compiling all these.
I’d love to see it, but your link doesn’t work…
Apologies… Here’s a direct link: https://vimeo.com/15402603.