Independence Day Video: Boston Tea Party and Thomas Jefferson http://www.teachervision.fen.com/fourth-of-july/video/73340.html This video gives a brief overview of historical events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It's paired with three classroom activities for grades K-3. #FourthOfJuly #AmericanHistory
Educational Video: Don't Know Much About Minute: Memorial Day http://www.teachervision.fen.com/memorial-day/video/73217.html Author Kenneth C. Davis shares the forgotten history of Memorial Day. Students will learn how red poppies became associated with this somber day. It's paired with three classroom activities for grades 9-12.
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In this handout students will use information they learned regarding four major events of the American Revolution: Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, Intolerable Acts including Battles of Lexington and Concord Students will look at these events from two viewpoints.
In this collection of webquests your students will learn about three of the key events leading up to the American Revolution. The collection contains the following three WebQuests: The Stamp Act Boston Massacre The Boston Tea Party The students gain fact
WEBQUEST using DUCKSTERS. Declaration of Independence.This fun internet scavenger hunt webquest is a great way for students to learn about the Declaration of Independence! Students will go to various ...
In the midst of studying the textbook and writing papers, take a break and enjoy being the historical nerd that you are. Here are a collection of some of the best historical memes on the internet. And hey, think of it this way, the more jokes you understand, the more prepared you are for the AP U.S. History exam!