This is an excellent teaching tool for helping students better understand the French & Indian War and the events leading up to the Revolutionary War. The 46 slides are divided up into presentation slides with keyword fill-in-the-blanks and student notes slides. The student notes slides can be printed off for students to follow along. The slides include relevant pictures, maps, bell ringer discussion questions and link over to History.com. The PowerPoint follows chapter 5 in the 8th grade American Nation textbook. Textbook is not necessary however.
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