PowerPoint Presentation: American Revolution - Colonist Protests and Response
[Immerse your students in the building blocks to the United States and its war for independence! Front-Loaded with vocabulary, students begin with a primary source analysis Warm Up activity then dive into an awesome discussion on the responses of the colonists to the oppressive regime of King George III. Lead your students through this engaging lesson via continual conversation opportunities, Cooperative Learning Activities, and much more. Explore this lesson by discussing the propaganda used in the colonies, boycotts, letters, Sons of Liberty, tarring and feathering, and the Boston Massacre. Video Link is embedded within the PowerPoint. Student movement is built into the lesson! Lesson ends with Meaningful Closure and student choice. Empower your class!]
- Front-Loaded Vocabulary
- Daily Objective [Know/Do] Statements
- Daily Relevance Statement
- Front-loaded Vocabulary
- Discussions on Revolutions and Justification
- Partner Discussions throughout
- Do we Have the Right to Revolt?
- Written Letters to King George III
- Boycotts and Threats
- Sons of Liberty
- Tarring and Feathering
- Boston Massacre
- Student Movement Built In
- Video Links Embedded
- Meaningful Closure
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** Cooperative Learning Opportunities Throughout Entire Lesson [embedded within the slides]
** "I will/I can" statements!
** SIOP / ELL Learning Objectives!
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