This fun PowerPoint based American Revolution activity is a class favorite because it gets students up and moving, collaborating in pairs and groups! This works as a great review or end of the US Revolution unit summary brain break.
►1st Students pair or group based on given criteria, while pre-embedded music is playing!
►2nd Students discuss the answer to a key concept based, essential question.
►3rd Students are randomly selected to share what he/she discussed and the teacher clicks to make the answer appear!
This low-risk social activity is super easy to operate and is completely editable so teachers can add or remove questions. Music, ten questions with answers teacher notes and student notes are all included.
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US History includes content-rich, primary source-driven United States history lessons and activities. Students use critical thinking, in our skill-based lessons that have student analyze historical documents, charts and primary resources. Our U.S. History units are also key concept based. Students analyze the growth and challenges faced by the United States through the use of the key concepts of federalism, republicanism government, diversity, territorial expansion, rights and liberties, labor systems and economy. A common theme throughout our lessons is that students support claims with evidence from secondary and primary source text.