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French and Indian War Map Activity (Print and Digital)

History Gal
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Grade Levels
6th - 11th, Homeschool
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8 pages, 46 slides
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Description

This French and Indian War map activity will help students understand the territory changes that occurred between 1754 (the start of the French and Indian War) and 1763 (the end of the French and Indian War) by completing two maps of North American, one from 1754 and one from 1763. It's also a great way to incorporate geography into your unit. Students will label, color, and draw on the map and then answer a few questions. The digital versions work great with distance learning!

What's included with the printed maps:

*Blank 1754 map with a question for students to complete (1 page)

*Blank 1754 map with no questions for students to complete (1 page)

*Coloring Page version of 1754 map (1 page)

*Answer key for 1754 map (1 page)

*PowerPoint to help students complete the map (26 slides)

*Blank 1763 map with questions for students to complete (1 page)

*Blank 1763 map with no questions for students to complete (1 page)

*Coloring Page version of 1763 map (1 page), added February 2018

*Answer key for 1763 map (1 page)

*PowerPoint to help students complete the map (22 slides, each slide guides students through completing the map), added February 2018

What's included with the Digital Versions (added July 2020):

*1754 & 1763 maps for students to label (students will drag labels to the correct spot on the map and complete the key; PowerPoint & Google Slides versions; not editable; includes versions with and without questions)

*Online Map lets students test their knowledge of locations (internet connection is required to access, works on all browsers and with all devices, no account and no logins required, self-checking)

This download contains files that may be printed and copied or used digitally. Use whichever version fit best with your class. The other version remain yours in case you ever need to use them (in case your school makes the jump to 1:1 classes sometime in the future or if you have a student whose IEP requires a hard copy of assignments instead of digital ones).

You may put the materials in this file on a LMS for STUDENT USE that RESTRICTS access like Google Drive, Google Classroom, OneDrive, Edmodo, Canvas, etc. where students are either invited via an email address or log in with a user name and password. IT MAY NOT BE UPLOADED TO A CLASS WEBSITE UNLESS THE SITE IS RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS WITH A LOGIN AND PASSWORD AND IT MAY NOT BE USED IN A COURSE ON OUTSCHOOL OR ANY SIMILAR PLATFORMS/MARKETPLACES.

Questions? Email me at andrea@musingsofahistorygal.com.

*This zip file contains uneditable PDF and PowerPoint files*

***This resource is included in the following larger bundles:***

U.S. History Map Activities Bundle

U.S. History to 1877 Bundle

U.S. History Mega Bundle: Exploration to Present

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Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.
Integrate quantitative or technical analysis (e.g., charts, research data) with qualitative analysis in print or digital text.
Integrate visual information (e.g., in charts, graphs, photographs, videos, or maps) with other information in print and digital texts.

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