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America1 - The American Revolution Eddy Witham and Jennifer Meintel ED 417 Lesson Plan Project American Revolution • This unit on the American

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Unformatted text preview: The American Revolution Eddy Witham and Jennifer Meintel ED 417 Lesson Plan Project American Revolution • This unit on the American Revolutionary War is designed for middle school students, grades 6-8. • It will last approximately 8-10 days. • The students will be exposed to many aspects of the war including, events leading up to the conflict, key figures from both sides, major battles, and the resolution. American Revolution: Objectives • Given proper instruction, the students will be able to analyze and synthesize the main events leading up to the American Revolution. American Revolution: Objectives • Given proper instruction, the students will be able to identify and explain the role of key figures in the conflict from both sides. American Revolution: Objectives • Given proper instruction, the students will be able to identify, locate, and describe major battles during the war. American Revolution: Objectives • Given proper instruction, the students will be able to analyze and synthesize the events that led to a resolution between Britain and the American Colonies. The students will also have to analyze and explain the consequences of the American Revolution: Materials Needed (Books) • A Young Patriot: The American Revolution as Experienced by One Boy • American Revolution, 1700-1800: Chronicle of America • In the Path of War: Children of the American Revolution Tell Their Stories • My Brother Sam is Dead American Revolution: Materials Needed (Videocassettes) • Animated Atlas: The Revolutionary War • Seeds of Liberty: Causes of the American Revolution • The Declaration of Independence: A Foundation of Ideas for a New Age • The Crossing American Revolution: Materials Needed (General) • The Liberty Bell (poster) • Access to the Internet • Computers • Regular Textbook • A large area outside, preferably wooded • Or an open area inside, like the gymnasium • Interested students and American Revolution: Web Sites • http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/Bunker/875 7/revvirtual.html This is a great web site. It contains virtual tours and explanations of several of the battles that were fought during the American Revolution. American Revolution: Web Sites • http://www.multied.com/revolt This site contains a wealth of...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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America1 - The American Revolution Eddy Witham and Jennifer Meintel ED 417 Lesson Plan Project American Revolution • This unit on the American

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