Academic Standard

Trace the critical developments and events in the war, including geographical advantages and economic advantages of both sides, technological advances and the location and significance of the following battles:
Initiative: 
Tennessee State Standards
Set: 
Social Studies (2014-2019)
Type: 
Standard
Code: 
8.80
Grade range: 
No grade range

<ul><li>Anaconda Plan</li><li>First Battle of Bull Run</li><li>Fort Henry and Fort Donelson</li><li>Shiloh</li><li>Antietam</li><li>Stones River</li><li>Fredericksburg</li><li>Chancellorsville</li><li>Gettysburg</li><li>Vicksburg</li><li>Chickamauga</li><li>Lookout Mountain</li><li>Franklin</li><li>Nashville</li><li>Sherman's "March to the Sea"</li><li>Appomattox Court House</li></ul>

 
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Academic Lesson
 
Social Studies
Grade 8