The Declaration of Independence is really a "Dear John" letter

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In this lesson, students will read a "Dear John" in which Mary lists the reasons that she needs to break up with John. Using a graphic organizer, the students will analyze the various parts of the letter.

Students will then look at the preamble to the Declaration of Independence. Usually a similar graphic organizer they will analyze the various parts of the preamble to deepen their understanding of why the colonies felt they needed to "break up" with England.
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The Declaration of Independence is really a "Dear John" letter
The Declaration of Independence is really a "Dear John" letter
The Declaration of Independence is really a "Dear John" letter