Southern General Robert E. Lee felt that it was a mistake for the South to fight in the U.S. Civil War. In spite of his doubts, he led his men to victory in several important battles. But eventually the South lost the war, and Lee had to surrender. Join him as he recalls the biggest battles of the war and teaches his men that they can have dignity even in defeat....
|Title||:||Robert E. Lee: The Story of the Great Confederate General|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
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Robert E. Lee: The Story of the Great Confederate General Reviews
Robert E. Lee: The Story of the Great Confederate Generalby Terry CollinsText-to-Self:This book is about the Civil War. I think everyone at least knows of someone who is or was in the military. I have some friends in the military, as well as some uncles who were in the military. To connect this book text-to-self, I would ask my students if they have anyone that they are close to in the military and tell them that it is important to thank them for the services they do. Their services allow us to have freedoms.Text-to-Text:I could connect this book text-to-text by talking about previous social studies lessons. I would give my students a brief history lesson on the Civil War and what the outcome was. I will talk about what the Union was fighting for and what the Confederacy was fighting for. I can bring up the important generals who were in the war, such as Robert E. Lee.Text-to-World:To connect this book text-to-world, I would discuss with my students the current wars taking place throughout the world. There are some countries that are at war with themselves, such as Sudan, just like the United States was during the Civil War. By talking about what's going on in the world, my students will be more culturally aware.