Bubble notes 1776 (week 8 lesson plans)

Bubble notes 1776 (week 8 lesson plans)
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  1. This bundle is made up of all assignments, and lesson plans for week 8 of United States history 8th grade. You will also need access to Schoolhouse Rock's Declaration of Independence, and Liberty Kid's Winter at Valley Forge. Lesson plans are directly pulled from yearly modified plans, and may conta
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  2. Contains all materials used during the American Revolution unit (lesson plans, assignments, review, and common assessment).Along with this units lesson plans and assignments, you will also need access to Schoolhouse Rock's No More Kings, Schoolhouse Rock's Declaration of Independence, Schoolhouse R
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This can be printed for each student, or the student can freehand draw it into their student comp book.

I use this as the precursor to a unit (similar to a KWL chart) or as a system for students to store their notes in during a PowerPoint/slideshow presentation. You could create one of these for each number that is significant to the TEKs is some way (ie; 1607, 1619, 1620, 1776, 1787, Sept. 17, July 4, April 1865, etc.), or really anytime you are attempting to get the student to recall a specific date/year. The students can either write their notes inside or outside the numbers. My students usually preferred writing on the outside of the numbers (in order to make the numbers stand off the page even more, once the notes are concluded).

Use as a KWL chart, have the students provide words (no more than 3 words at a time) that are associated to that particular year/date. For example: 1607 notes would have John Smith, starvation time, Powhatan tribe, Pocahontas, John Rolfe, tobacco, looking for gold, etc. These words are to help students recall particular words associated with that particular date. This is the method I used for note taking for while teaching.

Use to store notes during a presentation, students could write complete sentences or bullet points. It could help your lower level students to focus their notes throughout the lesson (are the notes that I am writing, relevant to this particular date). Various students throughout my years as an educator, choose to complete all of their TEK specific dates in this method. If helped them recall the years better, especially my non-logical learners.

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