Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis

Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
Declaration of Independence Text and Image Analysis
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  1. Students analyze the Declaration of Independence and related images with these 4 activities. In one, students read the complete text, answer 17 questions (some are creative tasks), and analyze 9 images. In the second, students read an account of when and how the Declaration of Independence was wri
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  2. This American Revolution bundle for US History has 31 resources covering the Boston Massacre, Albany Plan of Union, Sons of Liberty, Declaration of Independence, Battle of Lexington and Concord, Boston Tea Party, Patriots versus Loyalists, the causes of the revolution, Articles of Confederation, and
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Students read the Declaration of Independence from the Revolutionary War and answer 17 questions (a few are a more like creative tasks). They then analyze 9 images. For 5 images they respond to four prompts and for 4 images they complete a creative task. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--Which 3 grievances do you think were most important to include and why?
--Which words actually declare the independence of the colonies?
--What is your impression of John Hancock’s signature? How might his fellow patriots have reacted to it?
--Explain the relevance of the Declaration of Independence to our society today.
--If any grievance(s) were not included in the Declaration of Independence do you think the message or tone of the document would be different, why or why not?
--Why do you think life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness were chosen as the stated unalienable rights in the Declaration? Create the scene where you think the founding fathers discussed which rights should and should not be unalienable and why. Your dialogue should include at least 9 exchanges between at least 4 people.

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Declaration of Independence Analysis BUNDLE
Revolutionary War Bundle--US History Version

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