GEORGE vs GEORGE | Both Sides of the American Revolution | Opinion Writing

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This George vs. George Both Sides of the American Revolution Opinion Writing lesson is a great way to teach your students about the Revolutionary War. Students will analyze primary source documents, compare and contrast both sides of the conflict, and write an opinion essay about the war. With this engaging and informative lesson, your students will gain a better understanding of the American Revolution.

American Revolution lesson plan (for up to 14 days!) examining both sides of the Revolution using the book "George vs George" by Rosalyn Schanzer. Other vetted resource links are used as well. Students will learn about the events leading up to the American Revolution from the perspective of both the Americans and the British. They will compare and contrast King George III and George Washington as individuals as well.

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*Lesson plan for mini-unit (up to 14 days)

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