In this Articles of Confederation Stations or Gallery Walk Activity activity students analyze the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation by viewing visuals. The lesson includes:
1. 9 stations of visuals
2. A PowerPoint weaknesses presentation with answers
3. A graphic organizer and a guided practice fill-able chart
The activity comes with 4 lesson ideas including:
1. Student-driven Articles of Confederation Stations or Articles of Confederation Galley Walk with a graphic organizer
2. A student-driven resource swap with a graphic organizer
3. Class brainstorm activity followed by an independent practice printable.
4. A PowerPoint presentation with a graphic organizer for students to fill out during the presentation.
The last station or slide is about Shays's Rebellion. Students read an excerpt and support a result of the rebellion summary with evidence from the text.
This activity can be done individually or it can be easily broken up into paired work or groups. It fulfills Common Core Literacy and Writing standards.
***This product can be used for a remote or distance learning environment. It suits the needs of an online classroom that fits perfectly with a Google Classroom platform. This can be a virtual learning experience that teachers can post in Google Classroom or another online classroom environment where students can learn through the remote curriculum.
Includes an answer key!
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