More than rote memorization of facts about the battles of the American Revolution...This worksheet accomplishes several goals: it lists the major battles of the war, asks students to determine the significance of the battles, engages students with
Students are presented with real-life scenarios and are asked to decide if the events in the scenario are "Constitutional" or "Unconstitutional." They are then asked to decide which Constitutional Amendment applies to each scenario. Amendments
This product contains a 2-page intermediate-level reading about the causes of colonial unrest. Students will read an overview of the British policies towards the American colonies and the colonists' reactions to those policies in the time period
This product contains 58 multiple choice questions about the Early Republic Era in United States History. Question rigor spans Levels 1-3 of Webb's Depth of Knowledge and includes multiple choice questions for a cold-read on the Hamilton-Burr duel
Students will read several excerpts from George Washington's Farewell Address. Questions will help students analyze the Address to gain a better understanding of Washington's thoughts on Political Parties, Sectionalism, Public Education, Economics,
This short PowerPoint presentation introduces students to civics and civic engagement. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of citizens, offers thought-provoking questions, and encourages students to get involved in their communities. The
This project will allow students to explore the campaign websites of gubernatorial candidates in your state. The project was written for the New Jersey candidates, however the Word document can be easily edited to replace the NJ candidates with the
This activity is appropriate for Social Studies and ELA classes, and as a cooperative learning or individual activity. Students will examine excerpts from 4 speeches (Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Mary Elizabeth Lease, and William Jennings Bryan).