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Welcome to Mr. Ridgway's US History Series!
This episode is part of a larger series of interactive, and engaging lessons for students in US History.
If you find you enjoy this episode, please check out the rest at my store!
Ridgway US History Episode #14: The Start of the American Revolution
This lesson attempts to provide students a general overview of the events leading up to the American Revolutionary War, as well summarize some of the events early events of the Revolution itself through the use of a 12 Character StoryMap Project.
For specifics, this lesson will:
▸ Explain the final events that led to the American Revolution.
▸ Summarize the events of the 1st Half of the Revolutionary War. (1775-1777)
▸ Higher-level warmup and exit ticket questions.
▸ 7-slide Mini-Lesson with Cornell-style notes.
▸ StoryMap Project: Students get to present/feature on 1 of 12 diverse characters from
the Revolution--Includes links to dozens of sources!
Formats: Google Apps, Word, PowerPoint, PDF.
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Tags: Ridgway US History, American History, Great Britain, American Revolution, Continental Army, Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, Joseph Brant, John Burgoyne, George Rogers Clark, Baron Von Steuben, Marquis de Lafayette, George Washington
Deborah Sampson, Boston King, Benedict Arnold, Francis Marion