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Lesson Deli--Using Thinking Maps to teach students about the American Revolution.  Quick post by The Pensive Sloth on how to use a graphic organizer (Brace Map) to help students understand the Declaration of Independence.

We recently started reading about early English colonies like Roanoke, Jamestown, and Plymouth. Colonists had to have amazing constitutions to survive life in the new settlements, but what has been more amazing to my students (and me) is the trip from England to the new world on the ship. We did a little extra digging into the voyages on ships like the Mayflower. The Mayflower was a merchant ship and not really intended for voyagers. The 102 passengers mainly stayed in the gun deck or…

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Fun History Facts – Austin M. Frederick

How on earth did the colonies pull this one off? The biggest surprise to me was how the great General George Washington was not the outstanding commander we all learned about in school. Nonetheless…

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free revolutionary war timeline for kids

Revolutionary War timeline sort and lesson plan for kids (5th grade and middle school students). Free worksheet download included!

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Ranking American Revolution Films and Television - Journal of the American Revolution

Given movies and television are the great American art form, the American Revolution has been poorly served by filmmakers. Though it was one of...

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This presentation covers the Ratification debate following the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Mainly focused on the debate between Federalists and Anti--Federalists, the writing of Federalist Papers, and major compromises cut to get the Us Constitution passed. Great for a High School Government cla...

Description This presentation covers the Ratification debate following the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Mainly focused on the debate between Federalists and Anti--Federalists, the writing of Federalist Papers, and major compromises cut to get the Us Constitution passed. Great for a High School Government class.

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