Your students will read and research about Richmond, Virginia as the Confederate Capitol during the American Civil War.
In this activity your students will read online web information to create a brochure. This activity is wonderful for the 21st century classroom as your students will be excited and engaged as they practice identifying nonfiction facts to fill in information in order to create a digital brochure. This paperless activity is formatted so that your students have everything they will need in one place. I include eight research links.
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Activities include reading and summarizing online information, completing graphic organizers, summarizing text, creating a brochure.
-Two brochure pages
- Research links -- as well as Google Maps and Google Earth
-Two editable rubrics- one for student one for teacher
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