American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations

American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
American Revolution Women: Primary Source History Stations
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  1. Primary Source History Stations are unique because they allow students to explore primary sources in a guided, engaging way. Students will learn more about historical people, events, and traditions than they could ever learn from a textbook! Quick Overview of Primary Source History Stations: * S
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Primary Source History Stations are unique because they allow students to explore primary sources in a guided, engaging way. Students will learn more about historical people, events, and traditions than they could ever learn from a textbook!

Quick Overview of Primary Source History Stations:

* Students will visit five stations. Each station contains a primary source image or text.

* Students will examine the source and answer questions about it on a group answer sheet. The group answer sheet encourages cooperative learning and makes less papers for the teacher to grade. Teacher win!

This is a print ‘n go resource. All the teacher needs to do is print, copy, and put the station sheets in five separate places around the classroom.

Primary sources contained in this resource:

1. The Sentiments of an American Woman, 1780

2. A Society of Patriotic Ladies at Edenton in North Carolina, 1775

3. Lady Harriet Ackland by Robert Pollard (1784)

4. Pension application for Sarah Osborn

5. Journal entry of Eliza Wilkinson

Answer key is included!

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