Latin American Revolutions Lesson

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This Latin American Revolutions lesson covers Simon Bolivar, the Monroe Doctrine, Toussaint Louverture, Mexico's independence, and more!

The download includes an engaging PowerPoint (and Google Slides option) with fantastic visuals, along with teacher notes, and easy-to-follow student notes on the independence movements in the Caribbean and Latin America in the 1800s.

The presentation also covers the Colonial System and classes of society, all the key information about the revolutions, plus important revolutionary leaders like José de San Martín, Miguel Hidalgo, and others.

A guided notes worksheet along and interactive notebook-style option are included for students to use to follow along.

Also included is a "flipped classroom" video version of the presentation. This is a fully-narrated version that explains everything in the lesson. It's perfect for flipping your class, sharing with absent students, or using yourself to prep for your lesson.

This product can also be downloaded as part of my Nationalism in Europe and Latin America Unit Bundle!

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Total Pages
22 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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