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Ben Franklin’s “Join or Die” Political Cartoon Lesson (American Revolution)
Ben Franklin’s “Join or Die” Political Cartoon Lesson is quick primary source document analysis about the well-known political cartoon, created by Benjamin Franklin. “Join, or Die" was first published in his Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754, over 20 years before the American Revolution. This inc
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Political Cartoon Analysis: Join or Die
This “Join or Die” political cartoon analysis activity examines the political cartoon created by Benjamin Franklin at the outset of the French and Indian War. The cartoon was also adopted during the Revolutionary War Era. Today, it is, perhaps, the most recognizable American political cartoon. In
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French and Indian War: American Revolution: Join or Die Cartoon
Political cartoon created by Benjamin Franklin in 1754 to try and unite the colonies. Also used during the American Revolution and even today by some groups. 10 questions of varying thinking levels to answer. Background info and answer key included.
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Political Cartoon: Join, or Die
Join, or Die was created by Benjamin Franklin and first appeared in the Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754. The purpose of the wood cut was to generate support for Franklin's Albany Plan of Union, a plan that would have created closer economic and defensive ties among the American colonies during
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Ben Franklin: Albany Plan, Join or Die, Experiments, and Discoveries
Students will read about Ben Franklin's scientific experiments and discoveries, the Albany Plan, and the Join, or Die political cartoon. They will learn about the impact Ben Franklin's work had on our society and have the opportunity to answer questions based on the text as well as utilize their cri
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American Revolution - Join, or Die Analysis
Your students will analyze a political cartoon that captures the spirit of the campaign for American independence. They will be encouraged analyze the cartoon in its entirety. Even though this cartoon was created at the start of the French and Indian War, your students will be asked to comment on h
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TN SS 4.21 Ben Franklin, Albany Plan, Join or Die Political Cartoon
This would be great for a social studies journal. A cloze type activity to help teach Tennessee's New Social Studies Standard 4.21: 4.21 Describe the various contributions made by Benjamin Franklin to the development of a unique American society, including his scientific experiments and inventions,
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John Adams - Part 1 - Boston Massacre "Join or Die"
John Adams - Part 1 - "Join or Die" DVD guide with 12 guiding questions that go in order of the video. These questions serve as discussion and talking points for the topic. Some of the topics covered include the Boston Massacre, Adams defense of British Soldiers in a court of law, "Facts are Stubb
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Analysis of a Political Cartoon- Join or Die
This is a one page assignment that includes and image of the cartoon and 8 questions for the student to answer. The questions used in this assignment are general questions that can be used for any political cartoon.
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Join or Die SketchNotes
Passage Minute: A Short film about Benjamin Franklin's Join or Die cartoon, created as part of the educational documentary project "Forgotten War: The Struggle for North America" Teach the Join or Die Political cartoon and its concepts with this short video of 1 minute and 13 seconds. (SAVE CLA
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Join or Die Political Cartoon Analysis
Students use scaffolding guided questions to analyze and summarize the intent & purpose of the famous "Join or Die" political cartoon published in the Pennsylvania Gazette in 1754.
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Viewing Guide: John Adams (Episode 01 - Join or Die) HBO Miniseries
This is a great miniseries produced by HBO that I use for U.S. History that helps enrich students learning of the topic. These are guided questions that go in order during the film and were created to ensure that students are paying attention to the information that is being presented. (20 question
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John Adams Miniseries Part 1 Join or Die - The Fifth of March Video Guide
This is a video guide to the miniseries "John Adams" by HBO. It is only for Part I: Join or Die. I used this in addition to my teaching of the novel "The Fifth of March" by Ann Rinaldi. This section of the miniseries starts with the Boston Massacre, followed by John Adams representing the British s
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John Adams - Join or Die - Part 1 of HBO mini series
This is only part I of the HBO mini series about John Adams Episode one begins with a cold winter in Boston on the night of the Boston Massacre. Then, Captain Thomas Preston asks John Adams to defend himself and his young soldiers in court. The episode shows the willingness of the crowds to use vio
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John Adams Episode 1 (Join or Die) Video Questions
Let's face it. Sometimes showing a video in class just gives some kids the excuse to try to sleep or get distracted by other things. Kids ALWAYS learn more from a video when they are waiting for an answer, and this video sheet is your answer to Episode 1 of John Adams! This contains 15 questions
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Colonial America DBQ: Political Cartoon Analysis - "Join or Die"
This is a DBQ/political cartoon analysis and reading comprehension activity for Ben Franklin's "Join or Die" cartoon that was used to promote colonial unity. Students will first answer questions just based on the image, then will answer questions based on an informational text article about the ima
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Join or Die Political Cartoon Project
This printable is ready to go for classroom use. It includes background on Ben Franklin's first political cartoon,helpful tips on what political cartoons are and its vocabulary, clear directions, digital options with website links, and a rubric. Two project examples have also been included.
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American Revolution - Recreate the "JOIN, or DIE." Flag
American Revolution - JOIN, or DIE. One of the most famous images of the American Revolution, which was actually originally created by Benjamin Franklin in 1754 as a way to show the colonists that they needed to join together with the British to defeat the French during the French and Indian War.
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HBO's John Adams-Episode One-"Join or Die"
A collection of questions for Episode One "Join or Die". Includes the "Big Ideas" and specific content questions. An excellent source for Revolutionary America.
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John Adams HBO Series Episode 1 - "Join or Die" Video Graphic Organizer
Do your students struggle to keep up with answering video questions? These graphic organizers are printable handouts that students can use to record what they've learned about each president while watching the show. Most students need time to process and think about what they are watching before w
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Join or Die Albany Plan of Union Notes Political Cartoons are No Joke SOAPSTone
This lesson is jam packed with information and is full of rich images that will keep your students engaged as they learn about the Albany Plan of Union and the first attempt to unite the colonies. It is a great introduction into the French and Indian War and helps set the stage for the American Revo
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Political Cartoon: Join or Die Essay (Revolution) - Grades 6-8
An open-ended essay on Ben Franklin's Join or Die political cartoon. This resource has an image and space for student writing. Rubric included. Integrate SS and writing now! You have nothing to lose, everything to gain! More resources at: www.integratedlessons.com
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Join or Die Close/ Guided Reading
This Zipped file includes 4 close reads with EOC questions on the back and 1 DBQ (Document Based Questioning) series. Close Readings/ Guided Readings: -Excerpt of a Primary Source Document -Teacher lead questions -Student Lead questions -Vocabulary builders -Student summary of text under discussion
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Join or Die Bistro Menu
This menu was designed as a differentiated instruction activity for students to choose their own assignments from a list of approved assignments. This particular one is for the Revolutionary Period. I also have one for the Cold War.
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