British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War

British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War
British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War
British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War
British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War
British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War
British and Colonists Different Perspectives on Events Leading to The Rev. War
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This activity will allow students to define the important events leading up to The Revolutionary War. Events include: The Proclamation of 1763, The Quartering Act, The Stamp Act, The Boston Tea Party, The Boston Massacre, and The Intolerable Acts. Students will write the British's point of view about each event and what motivated them to pass each act. On the other side, students will write how the colonists responded or felt about the event.The will help students understand both the colonists and British's perspectives on events that eventually lead to war.
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