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A Young People’s History of the United States
History Time Travel - Abigail Adams
During this one time class, learners will travel back in time to get an inside look at the life of Abigail Adams. #academic
Mrs. Bausch, M. Ed.
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Travel back in time to learn about the life of Abigail Adams. We will spend our time together in the years 1750-1818 to understand Adams as a young woman in the New England colonies, a supporter of American independence, an advisor to her husband and First Lady of the United States. Through images, discussion, and primary sources the learners will gain an understanding of who Abigail Adams was and role she played in the early years of the United States. We will look at important locations...
Students will read and analyze primary sources about Abigail Adams during the American Revolution as well as her travels abroad and experiences as First Lady of the United States. Students will discuss the influence Adams had as a woman in early America through her actions and the advice she gave her husband, John Adams. Students will understand important moments in Adams life through various visuals. Students will be able to express in writing what they learned about Abigail Adams and questions they would like to ask her if she were alive today.
BA in History BA in Secondary Education Course work in Gifted Education and Museum Studies Twelve years as a classroom teacher in public education
Paper Pencil or Pen
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At the end of class, students will create a letter to Abigail Adams that includes what they admire about her and a few questions they have based on what they learned during the class. Learners may share their letters with each other if they desire to read them aloud.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Time period content contains information on minority groups who were denied equal freedoms. Women were not given the same rights as men and societal roles were very gender specific. The class will discuss the American Revolutionary War.
Content from various textbooks and Women's History studies including the following websites: National Women's History Museum https://www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/abigail-adams\ Massachusetts Historical Society http://www.masshist.org/2012/adams/adams-family-papers Adams National Historical Park https://www.nps.gov/adam/index.htm National Archives Founders Online https://founders.archives.gov/
Mrs. Bausch, M. Ed.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
155 total reviews
272 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Bausch and I've been teaching for twelve years. I'm offering classes about Early American history, geography, travel, hobbies like stamp collecting and beginner sports classes. I have a BA in Secondary Education and History...