U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)

U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
U.S. Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3 (5 DBQs! 3 Tests!)
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United States Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3

**The materials in this unit were designed for Louisiana Student Standards, but can be used in any state since the focus is on the American Revolution.**

If you teach social studies in Louisiana right now, you know it can be challenging to find resources that align to the state assessment. Your textbooks, foldables, videos, and other resources are not bad – they just aren’t enough! The recent shifts in social studies require students to use a set of sources and what they have learned in social studies to answer questions that look nothing like “traditional” elementary social studies tests. The rigor has increased, and students are expected to analyze sources, make inferences based on prior knowledge, and explain their reasoning.

The resources included in this set were designed to work with what you already have, while focusing on key themes and standards. Through the DBQs, students will analyze sources, debate, and write essays similar to those on the LEAP. The slideshows and interactive notebook pages provide explicit instruction, which is also critical for learning. Response journal prompts allow students to internalize what they have learned and to express their understanding in writing. Quizzes and assessments are aligned to the LEAP, and standards are available at the beginning of the documents.

Also included in this set is a suggested pacing guide, aligned to the Louisiana Scope and Sequence and letting you know when to complete the activities in that document. Directions for using each of the resources are included – sometimes with pictures! Management, engagement, and organization tips are sprinkled throughout the resources as well. There is a lot of information here, so be sure to read through everything ahead of time. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

1 – Suggested Pacing and Tips for Implementation

2 – Unit Introduction

a) Teacher Copy

b) Student Copy for Google Classroom

c) “The Legend of Robin Hood”

3 – “What Led to the American Colonists Declaring Their Independence from Great Britain?” DBQ (Causes of the American Revolution)

a) Teacher Copy

b) Student Copy for Google Classroom

4 – A Revolution Begins Slideshow and Interactive Notebook

a) Teacher Copy

b) Student Copy for Google Classroom

c) Interactive Notebook Pieces

5 – Fighting for Independence: Highlights and Heroes Jigsaw and Activity Sheet

6 – Betsy Ross and the American Flag: Fact or Fiction?

7 - American Revolution Study Guide

8 – American Revolution Assessment (Causes of the American Revolution)

a) Answer Key

b) Student Copy

9a – DBQ: What Were the Effects of the American Revolution? Teacher Copy

9b – DBQ: What Were the Effects of the American Revolution? Google Classroom

9c - DBQ: What Were the Effects of the American Revolution? Grayscale Copy

10a – Founding Fathers and the United States Constitution Slideshow

10b – Founding Fathers and the United States Constitution Interactive Notebook

11a – DBQ: Which Branch of Government Is the Most Important? Teacher Copy

11b – DBQ: Which Branch of Government is the Most Important? Google Classroom

11c – DBQ: Which Branch of Government is the Most Important? Grayscale

12a – Checks and Balances Activity, Student Copy

12b – Checks and Balances Activity, Teacher Copy w/Interactive Notebook Pieces

13a – Amendments Slideshow

13b – Amendments Interactive Notebook

14 – Study Guide

15 – United States Government Assessment

16 – DBQ: How Have Voting Rights Expanded Since the Founding of the United States of America?

  • 16a – Teacher Copy with Answer Key
  • 16b – Student Copy for Google Classroom
  • 16c – Student Grayscale Copy

17 – Interactive Notebook: Fighting for the Right to Vote in America

18 – Rights and Responsibilities Slideshow and Interactive Notebook

19 – DBQ: How Can Citizens Peacefully Change a Nation?

  • 19a – Teacher Copy with Answer Key
  • 19b – Student Copy for Google Classroom
  • 19c – Student Grayscale Copy

20 – Civil Rights Movement Slideshow

  • 20a – Teacher Copy
  • 20b – Google Classroom Copy

21 – Civil Rights Movement Interactive Notebook

22 – Civil Rights Movement Assessment

  • 22a – Answer Key
  • 22b – Grayscale Copy
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