THE CIVIL WAR

Why, Who, What, When, and Where?

DVD

$59.95

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Carefully designed for the classroom, these two programs focus precisely on the main points most important for students to know, making them excellent for either introducing or reviewing a unit on the Civil War.

Each video begins with onscreen lists of essential vocabulary terms (Compromise of 1850, Bleeding Kansas, secession), and then a clear narration explains those terms and puts them into context while archival images, maps, and guest historians illustrate and drive home the narrator’s points. The videos end with onscreen review questions that can be used as a quiz. Part 1 explains why the war was fought. Part 2 covers who were the chief participants (identifying significant minority figures as well as key leaders), what strategies shaped the war, and where and when major battles were fought.

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Copyright

1999

Publisher

Educational Video Network

Grade

6–12

Color

Color

Run Time

Total time: 44 minutes