US History Lesson Plan: Early American Identities: Colonial Women and Children

US History Lesson Plan: Early American Identities: Colonial Women and Children
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This 60 minute middle school lesson plan helps students learn about the lives of colonial women and children in America via a customized reading activity and video viewing.

This lesson provides teachers with a warm-up activity, individual/guided practice activities, lesson extensions, handouts, and project ideas. The bulk of this lesson will require students to read handouts related to the daily life of women and children during the 1700s. This will be followed up by a mini-essay activity related to Colonial Women and Children.

At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to answer the following:

1. What do I have in common with British colonists?
2. What do I have in common with colonial students?
3. What were some of the challenges of life faced by the women and children living in
early America?

Extension plan is also offered as alternatives for classrooms with more time per lesson or as extension opportunities for advanced students.

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5 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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