It's time to bring more Primary Sources into your class, and this is the perfect one to start. I have selected key excerpts from the Declaration of Independence so you don't have to. I have also footnooted difficult words with appropriate definitions, and made this visually appealing to the reader. You also receive an annotation guide that allows students to mark up the text. This not only helps them make connections and interpret information, but it also allows you as the teacher to see a visual representation of their thinking.
The box is appropriately sized to cut out and paste into a composition notebook for teachers that are doing interactive notebooks.
Included in this package are:
• Declaration of Independence Excerpts
• Annotation Guide for Students
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Need Economics Lessons? Here is a great vocabulary interactive notebook foldable. Interactive Notebook Vocabulary Foldable for Economic Reasoning and Scarcity
Also check out Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations Excerpts, which serve as a great comparison task with this activity or the Basic Economic Systems PowerPoint which I use to introduce these concepts.
Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations Excerpts for AnnotationBasic Economic Systems PowerPoint