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American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War

American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
American Social Changes that led to the Revolutionary War
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In this lesson plan, we will build upon the theories of E.J Dionne who says that social change occurs in three stages. The first is momentum building; the second is passive resistance, and the third is active resistance.

Between each stage is a precipitating event or events that lead to the next stage. The following lesson plan examines the American Revolution in light of this theory. It also explores the question of whether a similar situation exists in today’s American Culture.

This lesson fulfills the requirements of Common Core Standards RH 3, RH 8 and RH 9 for Grades 9-12.
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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