American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint

American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation PowerPoint
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The American Revolution The Shift from Protest to Separation is a differentiated instruction PowerPoint mini-lesson. It has two levels: enriched and basic. This works great with a parallel co-teaching situation. The enriched PowerPoint goes into more detail and provides more links that will encourage critical thinking. The basic level provides the information in a clear cut way and allows for more repetition and review after each slide. There are short activities that are provided in the note section of the PowerPoint under each slide that help student connect to their background knowledge or use different Multiple Intelligences or learning styles. I have also included those ideas at the end of the PowerPoint on the last slide. There are graphics and pictures. There are also essential questions and vocabulary.

The content follows the 7th grade NYS social studies curriculum. It includes these vocabulary words:

Zenger Case
Proclamation of 1763
Sugar Act
Currency Reform
Declaratory Act
Townshend Acts
Boston Massacre
Tea Act
Intolerable Acts
Sons of Liberty
Rebels
Loyalists
Common Sense

The headings of the notes include:
1. New British Attitude Toward Colonies Following Victory Over France
2. New British Policies Antagonized Many Americans
3. Public Opinion was Shaped in Different Forums
4. Wide Variety of Viewpoints Evolved

There is also a differentiated instruction lesson plan that goes with this PowerPoint but is sold separately. It provides the following:

1. Lesson Plan
2. 3 Ability Levels of Vocabulary Sheets
3. 2 Ability Levels of Note Sheets for the Enriched PowerPoint
4. 2 Ability Levels of Note Sheets for the Basic PowerPoint
5. Shopping Activity Showcasing Taxes

It can be found here: Shift from Protest to Separation Lesson Plan

This PowerPoint was last revised on 10/8/2013. On that day all links works. Most links are from history.com. I cannot guarantee links because I do not control the internet.

This is part of a unit BUNDLE that includes five of my American Revolution differentiated instruction lesson plans and five PowerPoints that go with them. You can save $8.00 and a TON of TIME by purchasing the American Revolutionary War Unit Bundle. You can find it by following this link: American Revolutionary War Unit Bundle

This is also part of the American Revolution 5 POWERPOINTS BUNDLE that can SAVE you $2.00. It can be found here: American Revolution 5 PowerPoints Bundle


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Total Pages
44 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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