The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability

The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability
The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability
The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability
The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability
The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability
The Boston Tea Party Reading with Text Dependent Questions Assess Reliability
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This lesson includes a reading about the Boston Tea Party with text-dependent questions. Students can complete this reading cooperatively or independently. The exit ticket helps them to practice the skill of reliability. I use this reading in combination with the online game mission-us.org.

If you teach in New York state, this assessment is geared towards preparing students for the new Regents exam.

No prep required, just print!

The lesson is linked to NYS Social Studies Standards, but you could easily cut and paste in your own standards for your state.

NYS Standard - 7.3b.2 - Students will examine actions taken by the British, including the Proclamation of 1763, the Quartering Act, the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Coercive Acts, and colonial responses to those actions.

This zip file includes a PowerPoint version (fully editable), a Google Slides version, and a PDF version.

If you like this lesson, check out my others in this unit.

Colonial Protest Gallery Walk
The Boston Massacre - Primary Source Analysis
The French and Indian War - Causes and Effects

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