Revolutionary War Basic Facts: when was it? who was involved? where was it? what was it? why did it happen?

Revolutionary War Basic Facts: when was it? who was involved? where was it? what was it? why did it happen?

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Collection of videos all relating to the 13 colonies, Jamestown, Pocahontas,  Boston  massacre, tobacco crops, mystery of Raleigh colony etc.

Collection of videos all relating to the 13 colonies, Jamestown, Pocahontas, Boston massacre, tobacco crops, mystery of Raleigh colony etc.

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CCSS RH 7.2- Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinion. CCSS WHST 7.2a-f Write informative/explanatory texts, including the narration of historical events, scientific procedures/experiments, or technical process.  Stone facsimile of the Declaration, created 1823. (GLC00154.02)

CCSS RH 7.2- Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinion. CCSS WHST 7.2a-f Write informative/explanatory texts, including the narration of historical events, scientific procedures/experiments, or technical process. Stone facsimile of the Declaration, created 1823. (GLC00154.02)

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Thomas Jefferson's original rough draft of the Declaration of Independence, written in June 1776, including all the changes made later by John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and other members of the committee, and by Congress.

Thomas Jefferson's original rough draft of the Declaration of Independence, written in June 1776, including all the changes made later by John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and other members of the committee, and by Congress.

A fun way to engage your students in one of our founding documents. Includes: Standards associated with assignments, opening strategy, Declaration of Independence with guiding questions and place for annotation and notes, a wiki-writing assignment that requires students to work in groups to answer thought-provoking questions, and a closing/summarizing activity that requires students to determine the most important things they need to know about the Declaration.

A fun way to engage your students in one of our founding documents. Includes: Standards associated with assignments, opening strategy, Declaration of Independence with guiding questions and place for annotation and notes, a wiki-writing assignment that requires students to work in groups to answer thought-provoking questions, and a closing/summarizing activity that requires students to determine the most important things they need to know about the Declaration.

students write a song to learn about a particular concept (these were in social studies) and record their song using recordable cards (like the birthday cards you can record a message on) - BRILLIANT!

students write a song to learn about a particular concept (these were in social studies) and record their song using recordable cards (like the birthday cards you can record a message on) - BRILLIANT!

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