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Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson

Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Social Studies: Declaration of Independence Grievances Lesson
Product Description
What is the Declaration of Independence and why was it written? This is a very loaded question and takes a long time to unpack with elementary school students. Using elements of literacy, reader's theater, and social studies, this product includes:

Pages 1-3: Scripted social studies lesson plan, including CCSS for corresponding ELA standards
Pages 4-6: Differentiated worksheets for analyzing the language of the Declaration of Independence
Pages 7-10: Differentiated worksheets for preparing a dramatic performance of the Boston Tea Party
Page 11: Teacher checklist for tracking student progress
Page 12: Teacher rubric for assessing student performance and giving student-friendly feedback
Pages 13-14: Student rubrics for self-assessment and peer-assessment

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Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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