This is a primary source letter describing the British point of view of the battles of Lexington and Concord. It can be used for group, partner, or solitary work. Once students finish reading the letter, they must answer a question asking them to
This primary source is composed of selections from Benedict Arnold's 'Letter to the Inhabitants of America', in which he defends his choice to betray the rebellion. It is followed by six (6) questions that test reading comprehension, critical
If you want to go in-depth about American Military tactics or immerse your students in one of the most important parts of the American Revolution, this packet is for you. Please also see a worksheet follow-up to this packet.