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ABOUT THE MOVIE
The movie "1776" is great for teaching about the American Revolution and specifically the Declaration of Independence. Students usually find it to be unlike any movie they've seen before, since the vast majority of them haven't seen any live-action musicals, and certainly not ones stuffed with thrilling political debates and clever parliamentary procedure!
1776 MOVIE WORKSHEETS HELP MANAGE CLASS TIME
These worksheets are designed to be used batch by batch as students finish watching portions of the movie -- or they can be used after the whole movie has been watched, as a final assessment. Either way, it helps students to pay better attention when they know they'll be held accountable for doing just that.
There are worksheets for the beginning, middle, and ending phases of the movie. The first two worksheet sets are formatted so that True/False and Multiple Choice questions appear on different pages, allowing teachers to use one question type during viewing and the other afterwards as a quiz, if they like. Lots of options!
LOOKING FOR EXAMVIEW FILES INSTEAD OF THIS EASY-PRINT PDF FILE?
If you want to use these same questions with electronic delivery on clickers, tablets, or through a Learning Management System online, the Examview version might be best for you. You can find it at the link below:
1776 Movie Worksheets in Examview Format
Movie Worksheets by Elise Parker
keywords: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, slavery debates, Independence Hall, King George III, John Hancock, George Washington, Revolutionary War, Continental Army