Battles of the North INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK MINI UNIT
teaches students about the American Revolution Victory in Trenton, the Battle of Saratoga, the attempt to capture the American Capital, the Winter at Valley Forge, and France's help to end the American Revolution with these hands-on Common Core-aligned American Revolution activities and THREE Interactive Notebook assignments:
• nonfiction informational American Revolution text-we provide all CONTENT!
• American Revolution Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Famous People: Benjamin Franklin Biography and Discussion Questions
• Reference Mapping using Number Pairs on a Coordinate Grid
• American Revolution Battles in the North Vocabulary Quiz
Students will then use the American Revolution Battles in the North lesson content to create:
• American Revolution Vocabulary Foldables (Interactive Notebook)
• American Revolution Time Line Foldable (Interactive Notebook)
• Benjamin Franklin Booklet (Interactive Notebook)
American Revolution Battles in the North, aligned with the 3rd-5th grade Common Core READING and LANGUAGE Standards (see Preview for Standard Alignment), includes a context-appropriate American Revolution Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the higher-level activities and Interactive American Revolution Notebook assignments.
Download the American Revolution Battles in the North Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Common Core Alignment, and samples from the lesson and American History Battles in the North activities.
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