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Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions

Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Perspectives of the French and Indian War - Facial Expressions
Product Description
Challenge students to demonstrate the variety of perspectives of the French and Indian War. Students will read, analyze and complete reflection questions about the conflicts between the French and British during the Seven Year War. Students will create facial expressions of the different groups in each major battle. At the end of the war, students will create a facial expression of King George III, a Native American and a colonist that visually shows their feelings and write persuasive paragraphs in thought bubbles to explain their thoughts at the end of the war. Finally, students will conduct a “face off” between the King, natives and colonists to persuade the class of their perspective.

When you purchase this activity, you will receive:
-teacher directions
-warm up activity that students make facial expressions about a subject current in their lives
-seven page reading of the French and Indian War
-Reflection questions for the French and Indian War reading
-power point slides to guide classroom instruction
-a handout for students

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Total Pages
40 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
3 hours
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