Monumental Men

Mount Rushmore

Overview

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt made significant contributions to the United States. Through the lens of both primary and secondary sources, students learn about the characters and contributions of these presidents and determine for themselves the qualities and accomplishments that make someone, including themselves, worthy of a lasting tribute. The lesson also includes extension activities for ELA, math, science, and music connections.

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Grade

Elementary, Middle School

Subjects

Civics, English Language Arts, Math, Music, Science, Social Studies

Length

200 minutes

Topics

Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, leaders, leadership, monuments, Mount Rushmore, theodore roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, u.s. presidents

Author

Primary Source Nexus

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