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Scholars reflect upon colonial jobs such as a blacksmith, cooper, shoemaker, and more. Together, the class writes a job application as a practice for working independently. Learners employ their experience in writing a job application of...
Trading in Colonial America is the focus of a lesson plan that boosts reading skills. As a class, scholars examine the informational text for key details, use their new-found knowledge to share information with their peers, and write an...
Not all colonials supported the American Revolution. A resource from the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown ask young historians to investigate the reasons why some colonial Virginians were loyalist and continued to support King...
Students research 18th century clothing, emphasizing the mob cap, and why it was worn. They analyze radius, diameter, and circumference, and construct their own mob cap out of paper.
Students discuss colonial gardening in the 18th century, and collect data using research materials. They create a simple garden design with appropriately titled and labeled data.
Students discuss the role of music and dance in 18th century Virginia. They take part in the performance of an 18th century dance, and compare dance as a part of the culture in colonial times and as a part of today's culture.
Young scholars analyze several eighteenth-century documents to determine the colonial opinion of Great Britain's attempts to tax the colonists in the 1760s. They read and discuss a variety of primary source material from the era.
Students investigate fence building in Colonial Williamsburg. They consider uses for fences in the 18th century and read a fence building procedure written by Tomas Jefferson. They build fence models and write an essay on their research.
Students research the controversial selection of a minister in Colonial Williamsburg's Bruton Parish Church. They role-play town members and vote to elect the new Parish minister. They write a script for their role-play.