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American Revolutionary War: Two Sides...Two Perspectives
4th - 6th
Young scholars investigate the American Revolutionary War era from the perspective of Britain and the American colonists by researching causes, effects, events and people. They compare the views of the Colonists, and the British and...
Events Leading to the Revolutionary War Organizer
5th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What major events led to the Revolutionary War in the United States? Young historians can use this graphic organizer to list the primary events that helped to spark the revolution, and will include the year and description for each of...
Lesson 1/4 - American Colonial Reactions, 1763-1776
10 mins 9th - 12th
A fine video on the decades leading up to the American Revolutionary War awaits your class. The concepts covered include colonial growth, the colonials' reaction to British authority, the Minutemen, the Sons of Liberty, and the Boston...
Lesson 2/4 - The British Empire and the Revolution
10 mins 9th - 12th
Here is part two of this terrific four-part series on the American Revolutionary War. Concepts covered include trade and the British Empire, the debt from the Seven Years' War, Colonial interests in trade in the East India Company, the...
Revolutionary Essex County-Local Communities Showing National Trends
3rd - 8th
Learners of all ages explore Revolutionary War protest activities. They view a variety of primary and secondary sources from the 1800s which represent differing opinions on political issues. They discuss the impact government had on the...
African Americans in Revolutionary Times
8th - 11th CCSS: Adaptable
How did black Americans contribute to colonial society in the United States and make active choices to exert some control over their lives as slaves? Explore the often overlooked yet incredibly important roles of Africans and African...
Voices of the American Revolution - Primary Documents
9th - 12th
Students use primary documents to examine the attitudes and positions of several factions leading up to the American Revolutionary War. They read documents, debate differing perspectives and write an essay exploring the reasons for revolt.