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Students will create a 13-slide presentation about the important events leading up to the American Revolution. On each slide, they will include a title, date, visual, and a summary. I have included guiding questions and websites for research. The project does not require the use of a textbook or tea
For students to summarize and illustrate each event that is considered a cause of the American Revolution, in the format of a large illustrated timeline. The timeline is large, and uses five sheets of 8.5x11 paper. The events included on the illustrated timeline are: The French and Indian War
This interdisciplinary project is designed to allow students to show their understanding of the causes of the American Revolution. Students are able to use creativity to create this project. A rubric is included!
Grades:
6th - 12th
This project is a really fun and creative way for students to show off what they learned about the causes of the American Revolution. Students will create the rules and directions for the game, create the required pieces, and create a colorful and detailed board game.The Resource Includes: ✓ Step-b
This project can be completed through any number of digital resources and takes students through researching the various events that lead up to the American Revolution. Like unfair taxation, Tea Party and Boston Massacre and others. This activity is aligned to standards
Grades:
11th - 12th
Inject some fun into your study of the American Revolution! This document provides instructions for students to create a newscast about one of the events leading up to the American Revolution!It is recommended students use a green screen but it is not required. (Doink is a great and easy to use app!
Grades:
5th - 8th
If you are looking for a way for students to prove their understanding of what caused the American Revolution, then this is it. As students write the script for the comic book, they suddenly get an understanding that they did not have prior. Students put voice with people from the time period and
I use these as an extension for the higher level students or extra credit for all students. There are 4 "Challenge Projects" all related to the causes of the American Revolution.
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8th
Students will organize, label, and describe key events that led to the American Revolution. The project also requires students to summarize and explain how the events led to the revolution, and they will illustrate one of the events.
Grades:
5th - 11th
Students will organize, label, and describe key events that led to the American Revolution. The project also requires students to summarize and explain how the events led to the revolution, and they will illustrate one of the events. This handout is sized for 8.5 X 14 in. paper.
Help students gain an understanding of the events leading up to the American Revolution and help build students' research skills. Includes project description, note-taking guide, and two extension activities.
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5th
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Students create a timeline of events that led to the American Revolution. This project can be used individually or with a small group.
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Grades:
6th - 9th
This Print & Digital timeline featuring the causes of the American Revolution will be a hit with your students whether in person or distance learning!This activity provides students with a timeline of major causes of the Revolutionary War along with a brief description of each event.This student
This American Revolution Important People Research Project allows students to choose which type of project they would like to create: a PowerPoint, Poster board, iMovie/app, or writing a paper. Students are given a list of requirements that each project must include. Included: - Sign up sheet - Pr
These social studies nonfiction worksheets contain information to be used as an introduction to the events that led the colonists and Great Britain to the American Revolution. This packet outlines the road Great Britain paved to the Revolution against the colonists. This eleven-page packet includes
The bundle contains 18 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Colonial Era through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, postcard, 3D Cube, advertisement, and a newspaper. The projects re
The bundle contains 18 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Colonial Era through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, postcard, 3D Cube, advertisement, and a newspaper. The projects re
American Revolution Centers will make learning fun and memorable!In this 65 page PDF set, you will find centers cards for many different topics leading to the American Revolution. This activity is designed to allow students to investigate the causes, events, and effects of the revolution and to app
The Revolutionary War is an exciting topic for students to study. Have students work on their research and timeline skills while learning about the American Revolution. This packet has everything you need to assign a timeline project as a summative assessment for the American Revolution. This f
:::::DISTANCE LEARNING FRIENDLY! NO PREP!:::::Learning Target: Students explain the causes of the American Revolution and understand the course and consequences of the American Revolution. This product includes a menu of six ranked and varied activities that can be used as a formative or summative a
This American Revolution Important Person Information Writing Wax Museum bundle allows students to write an informational writing piece about an important person during the American Revolution. After writing their piece, the class can participate in a wax museum, where students will dress up as the
American Revolution: Road to Revolution Group Project is an inquiry-based lesson into the events leading up to the American Revolution. Students work in groups to research a cause of the American Revolution. The groups create an activity for other students to learn about the event/cause. Student
Students will create a classroom set of trading cards to help the class learn about the American Revolution. Each student will create two trading cards. The first card will include all of the important information about a significant figure, as well as a picture to represent the person. The second
This engaging, collaborative assignment lets students create a unique timeline that evaluates the question of who is to blame for causing the War for Independence. Rather than just a timeline, students plot events by creating a line graph tracking tension as well as cause-effect relationships. Stude

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