Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence & LP

Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
Bundle of 2 - British Policies Prior to the Declaration of Independence  & LP
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This is a bundle of 2 that includes a highly animated, power point presentations on British Policies and Actions prior to the Declaration of Independence and a Unit Lesson Plan covering the same material. The power point presentation numbers 36 slides, each of which are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs. The Lesson Plan is three pages and covers plans for 4 days.

The power point presentation covers the following:

In the 1760’s, the American colonies lived under British rule, had a great relationship with England, trade was healthy, and the colonies prospered. in the meantime, England had fought a long and victorious war with France and had accumulated a lot of debt that they needed to repay.

To do that, King George and Parliament put aggressive policies and actions in place requiring the colonies to pay a variety of taxes that other British citizens did not have to pay. These new taxes enraged the colonists, who had no representation in Parliament to defend themselves.

As more and more taxes were added the colonists protested and some started to unite to rethink their loyalty to the King. Tensions escalated to the point that the Colonist began to demand tax relief and parliamentary representation. The king ignored their concerns opening the door to the American Revolutionary War.

The French & Indian War, 1754-63
The Proclamation Act, 1763
The Sugar Act, 1764
The Currency Act, 1764
The Stamp Act, 1765
The Stamp Act Congress, 1765
The Declaratory Act, 1766
Townshend Acts, 1767
The Boston Massacre, 1770
The Boston Tea Party, 1773
The First Continental Congress, 1774
The Second Continental Congress, 1775
The Writing of the Declaration of Independence, 1775
The Adoption of the Declaration of Independence, 1776

The lesson plan covers three pages in length and four days of instruction.

The following two civics benchmarks are addressed:

1.) Describe how English policies and responses to colonial concerns led to the writing of the Declaration of Independence.
2.) Analyze the ideas and complaints set forth in the Declaration of Independence.

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