American Culture & Reform 19th century movements

Step 1 - REMEMBER

Use your background knowledge to fill in the top two boxes about Thoreau.

Step 2 - Learn

As you watch the video, complete the graphic organizer on your paper.

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Step 3: Apply

Watch the video below. Pick one commercial or quote to use as your example!

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Read the primary source below. Use what you know about Thoreau & Transcendentalism to answer the follow up questions on your paper.

Step 4: investigate

Study the paintings below. Record your observations on your paper.

Step 5: RESEARCH

Click HERE to research the Hudson River School.

Click HERE to research John James Audubon.

Read below to research Reform Era Literature.

Step 6: process

Now, fill in the center column on your chart - what is a common theme between the art and literature from this era? Why do you think that is important?

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