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American Revolution - Continental Congress - This 6 page document contains a webquest and teachers key related to the basics of the Continental Congress during the American Revolution. It contains 25 questions from the history.com website. Your students will learn about the history and significance
Are you a bibliophile(someone that loves books)?The Library of Congress, called our Nation's Library has over 33 million books. There are also over 12.5 million photographs and 6 million pieces of sheet music! Learn more about the Nation's Library with this fun and informative webquest.(Grades 4 and
The Continental Congress Webquest with Key- This is an 8 page document that contains a webquest and a completed teachers key for easy marking. It contains 18 questions from the history.com website. Students will be asked to watch a video which will provide a detailed accounting of the Continental C
This webquest was designed to be an introduction to the Legislative Branch Unit and the 117th Congress that began January 3, 2021. Students will define key terms relating to Congress as well as various roles and the representatives filling them and order of succession. Google doc is designed for d
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8th - 12th
Should there be Congressional term limits? This web quest will let your students explore both side of the argument. This activity is a great supplement for your Civics or History course. This is also a great, simple activity for a last second sub plan! Whether using as an add-on to an existing unit
Grades:
6th - 12th
Students will enjoy learning about the First Continental Congress and Second Continental Congress during the era of the Revolutionary War in this 20 question webquest. Students will learn about both the successes and failure of both the First and Second Continental Congress, as well as learn some
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5th - 12th
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Middle School Civics Class - kids.clerk.house.gov website used with great information! - 20 total questions - Great definitions and descriptions through house.gov site
Grades:
7th - 12th
Students will look through websites of Congress to gather basic facts about our government
Grades:
7th - 9th
This activity will allow students to research, identify and explain the Congress of Vienna from top to bottom...from the major figures involved to the decisions made regarding curbing revolutionary ideas and democracy, and finally, formulating their own opinion and speculation as to whether or not t
In this resource students are given a total of 6 documents to analyze and answer corresponding questions. All of the documents focus on the US congress and the advantages and disadvantages of using a bicameral legislature. Next, students will also be required to investigate Nebraska's unicameral mod
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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ASSIGNMENT EASILY CONVERTS TO DIGITAL GOOGLE CLASSROOM FORMAT1. Students are given a kid safe website to read about the topic2, Students complete the Webquest3. Students summarize the topic4. Studemts complete a chain of events diagram on the topic
********RESEARCH< CREATE AND SUMMARIZE*******WEBSITE PROVIDED FOR STUDENTS IN WEBQUESTStudents create their own "Time Travel Brochure" for this period in history after completing the accompanying Webquest. Students use the information from the Webquest to give a summary of this time in history.
Students will use their 21st century skill of investigation of whitiehouse.org, to identify what the White House is currently doing in the the world. This fifteen question exploration of WhiteHouse.org is interactive, reflective and students learn that they can go there to find out: Issues, biograph
This Causes of the American Revolution internet webquest allows students to search the internet in a fun and interactive way. Students are given various website links built into the document to click on. These clicks take them to various websites to answer questions, watch videos, and play interac
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3rd - 5th
American Revolution Webquest (War of Independence 1775-1783)The website is great for students in grades 4-9, click here to view the website.Students will gain basic knowledge about the following American Revolution topics by completing an internet-based worksheet:Taxation without representation13 Co
The assignment contains 47 questions about the causes of the American Revolution. Students will use kid-friendly websites to answer the questions. I have included an answer key. Please message me if you have any questions. *The document can be uploaded to your personal website or Google Drive; howe
Grades:
5th - 8th
The assignment contains 52 questions about causes, events, and significant battles of the Revolutionary War. Students will use kid-friendly websites to answer the questions. I have included an answer key. Please message me if you have any questions. ⭐ Engaging!⭐ No textbook required⭐ Editable Word D
First, students read important definitions provided for them on a handout and they paraphrase what they mean.Then, students complete a graphic organizer by using Ben's Guide to how a bill becomes a law from the government printing office website. The site is conveniently posted at the top of the she
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8th - 12th
The bundle contains 12 webquests about the United States government. The assignments do not require the use of a textbook. Students will use kid-friendly websites to answer the questions. I have included answer keys. Please message me if you have any questions. *Fun and engaging lessons to teach st
The thirteen colonies in the America's had been at war with Britain for around a year when the Second Continental Congress decided it was time for the colonies to officially declare their independence. This meant that they were breaking away from British rule. They would no longer be a part of the B
American Revolution Webquest Bundle- All Key's Included This 12 document bundle includes assignments that cover the major events and turning points of the American Revolutionary War. Students will explore the History.com website and watch historical reenactments, view documentary videos, read histo
The bundle contains 33 webquests for essential content in American History from 1877-2001. Students will use kid-friendly websites to answer the questions. Each lesson will take at least one class period to complete. I have included answer keys. Please message me if you have any questions. *Engaging
Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points Webquest and Video Analysis with Key- This is a 10 page document that contains a webquest and a completed teachers key for easy marking. It contains 21 questions based on a tutorial video and the website: militaryhistory.about.com Students will begin this assignment by wa
The assignment contains 46 questions about the leadership positions, the powers of Congress, the importance of committees, and the process of how a bill becomes a law. Students will use a kid-friendly website to answer the questions. I have included an answer key. Please message me if you have any q

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