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Thomas Paine's Common Sense: Lesson, Foldable, and Primary Source Activity
Your students will love learning about Thomas Paine with this lesson packet! This packet includes: Lesson Sheet Foldable Activity Primary Source Detectives Activity This unit is also contained in an exciting bundle. Check it out:
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Common Sense by Thomas Paine Analysis Worksheet Common Core
This is an easy instructional printable worksheet. There is a passage of background information about this famous pamphlet followed by a translation matching activity. Students analyze portions of Common Sense by Thomas Paine. Then, they match the translated text to the text that was actually writte
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Causes of American Revolution: Thomas Paine's Common Sense DBQ, Common Core
This lesson is part 7 of a larger unit. Follow the link below and save big (nearly 30%) by purchasing the entire unit. Causes of the American Revolution: The Road t
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American Revolution Lit: Patrick Henry, Ben Franklin, and Thomas Paine
This is zip file with teacher notes and a 14 slide powerpoint that walks through persuasive devices in speeches and the following 3 selections: 1. Patrick Henry's "Speech at the Virginia Convention" 2. Ben Franklin's Speech at the Convention 3. Thomas Paine's "American Crisis" Patrick Henry's spee
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DBQ: Thomas Paine Common Sense--Close Reading  Lesson
Designed for Social Studies classes that utilize the DBQ, this close reading lesson should not be considered as exclusively a DBQ lesson. Using a variant of the RAINBOW peer editing model, groups of students will move about the room viewing documents from Thomas Paine's Common Sense. There are fiv
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American Revolution - Common Sense - Thomas Paine - Analyzing Primary Sources
Resource includes three primary sources related to the American Revolution: "Common Sense," by Thomas Paine, "Declaration and Resolves of the First Continental Congress," and a political cartoon. The first two sources have a modern English version next to the original text to help struggling reader
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"The Crisis, No. 1" by Thomas Paine: Text, Questions, and Key
"The Crisis": Common Core This is a unit on persuasive speech using Paine's speech from "The American Crisis, The Crisis, No. 1" as the anchor text. The text is 6 pages and formatted into two columns for easier reading. I have added footnotes to aid with archaic vocabulary, as wel
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Thomas Paine & The American Revolution
In this 90 minute lesson, students will understand the basic causes of the American Revolution and then read Thomas Paine’s from The Crisis, No. 1. Two separate Power Points are included and one handout. The first PowerPoint is 9 slides and will give students an overview of the basic causes of th
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Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" Activity
This activity challenges students to identify the argument techniques in Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" and subsequently craft their own similar argument using the same techniques. An excellent Common Core aligned acitivty. Package includes: annotated version of "Common Sense," a modern translation
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Thomas Paine:  Common Sense or Not?
This lesson plan allows students to engage Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" pamphlet in excerpt form, focusing on some of Paine's basic arguments. It also gives students a chance to both offer rebuttal to some of Paine's arguments and form their own opinions of his views.
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It's Common Sense!  Students examine Thomas Paine through anonymous groups!
It's Common Sense! Students examine Thomas Paine through anonymous groups! In this highly-engaging resource, students examine five excerpts from Thomas Paine's revolutionary classic, Common Sense, to understand Paine's contribution to the American Revolution. Students are given a numerical sequenc
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No Paine, No Gain: A Rhetorical Analysis of Thomas Paine's "Common Sense"
Don't waste your time digging through the 48 pages of Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" pamphlet! Guide your students through this foundational text that catalyzed the American Revolution with this visually appealing graphic organizer that focuses on key excerpts from the document. Each excerpt is accom
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Thomas Paine and Common Sense (PPT)
This PowerPoint presentation provides students with an introduction to the arguments presented in Thomas Paine's book "Common Sense." Emphasis is given to the ideas that the American colonies were too far away to be governed by England, that England was a mere island and should not govern a contine
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Thomas Paine's Crisis No. 1
This product includes Crisis No. 1 from The American Crisis; a vocabulary activity; two activities on aphorisms and allusions; student analysis of quotes; study questions; and a test. Answer keys are included.
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Thomas Paine's Common Sense: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Check for Understanding
Want a "paine-less" way to check for your students' understanding of ethos, pathos, and logos? Use this quick check for understanding as a quiz, in-class assignment, or even homework. This product features key excerpts from Thomas Paine's "Common Sense." For each excerpt, students must identify and
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Biography: Thomas Paine
This biography on Thomas Paine focuses on his arrival in the American Colonies and major arguments in his work "Common Sense." The biography also addresses the impact Paine's arguments had on both separating from England and on documents such as the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
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Thomas Paine and Common Sense
Students will read and annotate a short background essay on Thomas Paine and Common Sense. Next they will read excerpts from the famous pamphlet and rephrase Paine's argument! Perfect American Revolution anticipatory set!
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Thomas Paine's Common Sense American Revolution Document Analysis Activity
This 1-page handout provides the Introduction to Thomas Paine's Common Sense leading to the American Revolution followed by guiding questions for students to use in analysis. Includes a significance wrap-up question in which students utilize all of the information to explain the significance of the
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Thomas Paine and Common Sense Differentiated Reading Passages & Questions
Thomas Paine and Common Sense Going deeper into nonfiction texts is essential to student mastery of common core standards. Want ways to integrate social studies and science content into your nonfiction instruction, while differentiating for the needs of all learners? Look no further than these Thom
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Thomas Paine: The Crisis No. 1 Small Group Discussion Activity
This post-reading, American Literature activity asks that small groups of six students answer assigned questions about Thomas Paine's pamphlet "The Crisis No. 1." The editable file includes 6 pages, one for each person in the group, and includes the question, directions, and rubric for participation
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Practice with Argument: Thomas Paine’s America
Bill Moyers writes on his Bill Moyers' Journal website, “His name was Thomas Paine. More than two centuries ago, Paine's most famous book, COMMON SENSE, sold 500,000 copies. Farmers in the fields stopped to read it. Other influential works followed including THE AMERICAN CRISIS which proclaimed, "Th
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Thomas Paine:  His Life and Works 31 Slides
This powerpoint discusses the background and legacy of Thomas Paine with lots of quotes from his works.
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Exam View Question Bank for Thomas Paine's "The Crisis #1"
This complete Exam View question bank includes 14 multiple choice questions, 5 vocabulary matching questions, and 1 constructed response question.
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Thomas Paine: "The Crisis, No. 1" Close Reading with Scaffolding
This worksheet/graphic organizer asks students to closely read Thomas Paine's Revolutionary work looking for persuasive rhetorical devices and showing understanding. This version has prompts and examples that offers scaffolding for students in need of differentiated products. I also offer anot
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Thomas Paine Action Figure
In this activity your students will have a blast creating an action figure of Thomas Paine. First, show the short video and complete the fill in the blank notes and then students will show what they understand by creating an action figure of Thomas Paine. Can be used for: 1. Formative Assessmen
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Critically Reading Historical Documents: The American Crisis by Thomas Paine
Whether you teach English Language Arts or History/Social Studies, you need complex texts for close reading assignments aligned to the Common Core State Standards. More than that, though, you need texts formatted in a way that encourages your students to read critically and think deeply. This critic
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The Crisis, No. 1 by Thomas Paine Rhetorical Analysis / Annotation
This worksheet guides students through annotation and close analysis of selections from Thomas Paine's pamphlet The Crisis, No. 1, focusing on rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) and rhetorical devices and how Paine uses them to achieve his purpose. Students may complete the reading and an
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Thomas Paine: The American Crisis Document Based Question
Thomas Paine inspired a revolution with his words in "Common Sense" but he also wrote an inspirational pamphlet that General Washington ordered to be read to his troops prior to to the arduous march and attack on the Hessians stationed in Trenton, New Jersey. A short excerpt from American Crisis. S
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Guided Reading: The Crisis No. 1 (Abridged), Thomas Paine
This guided reading printable and answer key will lead students through an abridged text of Thomas Paine's Crisis No. 1. It is set up as a double-sided journal. In one column is the text of the speech, and the other column contains questions about the text with space for students to annotate. The
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Thomas Paine's "The Crisis, No. 1" Close Reading Assignment
This assignment asks students to closely read Thomas Paine's Revolutionary writing to look for persuasive rhetorical devices in order to demonstrate understanding. This worksheet is a modified product for differentiation, but it is more challenging than the other version offered in the product lis
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Thomas Paine's Common Sense
Thomas Paine's 1776 pamphlet Common Sense is considered among the most influential writing pieces in American history. This lesson provides students with the opportunity to examine actual excerpts from the text of the pamphlet and summarize the excerpts in their own words. The accompanying power p
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"Common Sense" by Thomas Paine
This is a power point presentation on "Common Sense," written by Thomas Paine. "Common Sense" was widely read by the colonist who were inspired to continue to revolt against England. I have highlighted his most famous quotes including his most famous quote "These are the times that try men's souls.
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Thomas Paine Interactive Historical Figure Foldables
This bundle includes 3 different types of interactive foldable ONLY on Thomas Paine. This bundle includes separate black-line masters and suggested answers with opportunities to differentiate your instruction based on your students’ needs. This includes both written and visual answer cut-outs for th
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Thomas Paine Common Sense and Questions
This is a two page word handout that is an excerpt from Thomas Paine's Common Sense with three questions for students to answer after the reading. _____________________________________________________ More Curriculum:     ⇒
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Thomas Paine Warm Up/Review Lesson Using First Day Covers
This Warm Up/Review Lesson will help students understand the writings of Thomas Paine. By analyzing the images found on the first day cover – an envelope containing a commemorative stamp, appropriate postmark and artwork depicting the topic, students will identify Thomas Paine, and list facts about
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Analyzing Quotes from Thomas Paine's Common Sense
This product is included in the American Revolution Bundle We discuss what common sense is, along with best selling books, to engage my students and motivate them. Afterwards, we watch a brie
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Life and Works of Thomas Paine: Text, Reading Strategy, and Two DBQ Activities
Common Sense and The American Crisis author Thomas Paine presented a variety of faces during the United States' early history: patriot, propagandist, hero, conspirator, criminal, and villain. This copy-ready ebook includes a 1,600-word informational text framing Paine’s literary works within the co
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American Revolution - Thomas Paine - Webquest with Key
American Revolution - Thomas Paine - Webquest with Key - This 4 page document contains a webquest and teachers key related to the basics of the life of Thomas Paine and his significance to the American Revolution. It contains 12 questions from the history.com website. Your students will learn about
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U.S. Aim # 15 What was the significance of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense?
U.S. Aim # 15 What was the significance of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe the significance of the pamphl
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Thomas Paine's Crisis No. 13: April 19, 1783
The final essay/pamphlet in Paine's series, The American Crisis, presents a look at how far America traveled to get their independence. The essay is included in this product that contains a study guide and vocabulary activity. Students are also encouraged to look at hunger, homelessness, Internet pr
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Info Text - Moving Toward Independence: Thomas Paine's Common Sense (No Prep)
A reading assignment about the importance of the role of Thomas Paine's Common Sense in the movement toward independence. A great way to introduce the subject. The reading comes from a really great website, ushistory.org, under their free textbook tab. The information presented is theirs, I made up
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Thomas Paine's Common Sense
Students read chapter three, Thoughts on the Present State of American Affairs, from Thomas Paine’s Common Sense. Students list some of Paine's counterarguments, his refutations, and identify key words from the text that indicate counterargument. They then list some of Paine's supporting arguments
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Thomas Paine Biography Research, Bookmark Brochure, Pop-Up, Writing, Google
Thomas Paine Biography Research, Bookmark Brochure, Pop-Up, Writing, Digital Link for Google Classroom Use ➤American History Biography Research ➤American History Profiles and Biographies ➤CLASSROOM DECORATION ➤INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ENTRIES ➤PROJECTS ➤HISTORICAL RE
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Thomas Paine Portrait
An activity to be completed after reading and analyzing Thomas Paine's The Crisis. Students will illustrate images from text. Students will reinforce their logical appeals knowledge by finding textual support.
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Thomas Paine - Common Sense
This activity includes -Background Reading -Excerpts from Common Sense Students will read and analyze the excerpts and answers the accompanying questions.
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Annotating Thomas Paine's The Crisis
This hand-out defines annotation and briefly explains the purpose of annotating a text. This is followed by instructions for annotating chapter 1 of The Crisis.
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"Common Sense" - Thomas Paine - American Revolution - US History/APUSH
“Common Sense” – Thomas Paine Primary source analysis of excerpts of the most influential political tract of the American Revolution, Common Sense. The worksheet includes 12 reading comprehension and critical thinking questions perfect for class discussion. Feel free to contact me with any questi
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Declaration of Independence and Crisis by Thomas Paine Annotation Guides
Use these guides to help students work their way through the Declaration of Independence and Crisis No. 1. Each card lists rhetorical and persuasive elements students should mark and write on their copies of each work, including claim and supporting evidence, literary devices, facts, opinions and mo
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Common Sense by Thomas Paine Word Search (Grades 2-5)
This product includes 1 word search puzzle and 1 answer key, which contain terms relating to Thomas Paine and his famous work, "Common Sense". The answer key is highlighted according to color: red = horizontal words, yellow = vertical words, and teal = diagonal words. Students are asked to find and
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Thomas Paine + Assessment
This is a brief biography of the author of Common Sense and a leading advocate for American independence. Included: - 4-Page Illustrated Biography - Multiple Choice / Text Dependent Question Quiz + Answer Key - Thomas Paine: Corset-Maker or Ship-Stay-Maker ? - Crossword + Crossword Key - Visuals +
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Persuasive Letter from Thomas Paine
Pretend you are Thomas Paine and you are writing an open letter to the colonists convincing them of this argument. Explain to them why we should have our own government.
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Thomas Paine Clip Art, Coloring Page, or Mini-Poster
Thomas Paine Clip Art, Coloring Page, or Mini-Poster This .zip file contains 2 .png files with transparent backgrounds: 1 file fills an 8.5x11 paper @300ppi. 1 file is approximately 2x3 inches at 300ppi. Please download my free Licensing Agreement for detailed guidance on the appropriate use of t
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