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Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution

Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
Points of View-- Life during the American Revolution
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This includes a Google Doc powerpoint link for the lesson slides. It also includes graphic organizers for student note-taking and analysis.

The lesson begins with an analysis of the famous painting of George Washington Crossing the Delaware. We look at how it was a microcosm of the colonial society at the time, and we note what was not correct to the period.

Then students go to stations or on a gallery walk to read primary or secondary sources, or analyze paintings to discover what life was like for 1) members of the Continental Army; 2) Women in the war; 3) African Americans in War; and 4) Foreign influences in the war.
Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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