CONTINENTAL CONGRESS LESSON:
Continental Congress teaches students about the First Continental Congress, the beginning of the Revolutionary War, and the origin of the Second Continental Congress with this Common Core-aligned lesson and hands-on Continental Congress activities:
• COMPLETE Lesson-we provide all of the Nonfiction Informational Text
• Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• thought-provoking Discussion Questions to encourage Critical Thinking
• Continental Congress Vocabulary Quiz
In addition, students will practice Functional Text Comprehension by making a 3D Model of Carpenter's Hall~all patterns and step-by-step instructions included!
Continental Congress, aligned with the 3rd-5th grade Common Core READING, WRITING, and LANGUAGE Standards (see Preview for Standard alignment), can be purchased separately or as part of our Common Core-aligned AMERICAN GOVERNMENT INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
We've included a context-appropriate Glossary and Answer Pages.
Download the Continental Congress Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Common Core Standard Alignment, as well as samples from the lessons and activities.
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