Celebrate freedom weekCelebrate freedom week
Second Continental Congress, not the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The drafting committee consisted of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman
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The Declaration is organized as a deductive argument--in this case, a deductive syllogismThe Declaration is organized as a deductive argument--in this case, a deductive syllogism
The Declaration is organized as a deductive argument in this case, a deductive syllogism
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November 9, 2012 As #10: Writing with Documents—Revolutions Document Based Questions QuestionNovember 9, 2012 As #10: Writing with Documents—Revolutions Document Based Questions Question
Question: Using the provided documents, explain how the causes of revolution were similar and different in two of the following revolutions: English Revolution, American Revolution, French Revolution, Haitian Revolution, Mexican Revolution
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Do not write on revolutions Document Based Questions QuestionDo not write on revolutions Document Based Questions Question
Question: Using the provided documents, explain how the causes of revolution were similar and different in two of the following revolutions: English Revolution, American Revolution, French Revolution, Haitian Revolution, Mexican Revolution
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2. The American Revolution 1775-17832. The American Revolution 1775-1783
These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman
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Declaration of Independence a close and Critical ReadingDeclaration of Independence a close and Critical Reading
Students will analyze the how and why this document was written, and how the ideas are developed in writing. Students will analyze the structure of the text, and assess the point of view of the writer
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Thomas Jefferson’s Original Rough Draft of the Declaration of IndependenceThomas Jefferson’s Original Rough Draft of the Declaration of Independence
A declaration of the Representatives of the united states of america, in General Congress assembled
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The American RevolutionThe American Revolution
Many American Indians helped the French – why British call it the “French and Indian War”
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The colonies declare independenceThe colonies declare independence
Many colonists spoke openly against and Britain as of November 1775
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Lessons on the Declaration of Independence As Part of a Unit on American IndependenceLessons on the Declaration of Independence As Part of a Unit on American Independence
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Author Name: Trevor Moffat Contact InformationAuthor Name: Trevor Moffat Contact Information
History Standard(s)/ [6-8]. 8 Determine the significance of the first and second Continental Congress and the Committees of Correspondence
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Lesson Plan: Breaking Up With the British Context of the lesson within the projectLesson Plan: Breaking Up With the British Context of the lesson within the project
Context of the lesson within the project: This will be one of the first lessons within a unit entitled “America’s Promise: Fulfilled … or, Broken?” This lesson outlines some of the founding principles of democracy
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The Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen Colonies In congress, July 4, 1776The Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen Colonies In congress, July 4, 1776
Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation
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Learning targetsLearning targets
Students will know that the Declaration of Independence has three main parts: a preamble identifying rights of the people and responsibilities of the government, a list of grievances
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Lesson Plan: Understanding the Declaration of Independence Context of the UnitLesson Plan: Understanding the Declaration of Independence Context of the Unit
This lesson is one component in a unit designed to teach students how the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, and the Bill of Rights have created the system of government that we have in our country today
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