Guthriegabs Road to Revolution American Revolution Causes and Effects
A 4-week History course, learn about the following events: the French and Indian War (Seven Year War), Sugar Act, Stamp Act, Tea Act, Boston Tea Party, and Intolerable Acts that led colonists to war with England.
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over 4 weeks
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Whether you know the conflict between British and American Colonial forces as the American Revolution or the American War of Independence, it is important to understand the events that led to this military conflict. All political revolutions result from resistance to conditions that are perceived as unfair by the people who are demanding change. The changes brought about by this political revolution can be viewed as both positive and negative. To understand the results of the conflict...
The student will demonstrate an understanding of the conflict between the 13 British colonies in America and England. SWBAT Define and understand: Loyalist, Royalist, boycott, petition, congress, monopoly, quartering (billeting), political, economic Explain the causes and effects of the French and Indian War Discuss the political loyalties during the French and Indian War, including the Native Nations that were involved. Explain the causes and effects of the Stamp Act Explain the causes and effects of the Tea Act Explain the causes and effects of the Intolerable Acts
I am a state-licensed teacher and highly-qualified in teaching social studies. Teaching history from the viewpoint of people, rather than nations is important to me.
Review of information from the prior lesson, Kahoot! and Blooket quiz reviews and suggested reading and writing assignments
Guided notes from the teacher
Kahoot! quizzes, classroom discussion
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This class discusses a military conflict. There will be mention of killing and death. In the French Indian War/Seven Year War, there were political winners and losers, but these will be explained only from the political viewpoint of the French and the British. Students will also discuss how the Native nations lost both culturally and politically regardless of which side they were fighting on. Both the Kahoot! and Blooket weekly reviews are provided through private links for only the learners in each section. Learners do need to provide emails or other personal information to play the review. Resource links are provided on a Google Document. Links are to museum and archive websites, that do not require personal information.
The US Declaration of Independence document PBS! Liberty historyisfun.org https://www.historyisfun.org/learn/learning-center/white-eyes/ https://www.americanrevolutioninstitute.org/?s=africans https://scetv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/dpla-tg-047/teaching-guide-exploring-the-french-and-indian-war/ https://www.nps.gov/teachers/classrooms/french-and-indian-war-unit-6.htm
Kim Guthrie M.Ed., M. Ed. Admin.
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I believe that students need to see the personal side of the world. When students begin to see a unique story in a history or science lesson, they become engaged and learn. I speak French and love to travel to countries where I can immerse...