1. Introduction – Who were the two sides of the American Revolution (Revolutionary War)?
2. Formal Battle – These tactics were based on tradition and honor. Firing from a concealed position (or hidden spot) was considered what by European standards?
3. Formal Battle Stage 1: Field Artillery – What was the effective range of the average cannon?
4. Formal Battle Stage 2: Front Line Advances – Even though their muskets could reach one hundred yards, how close would many troops move to their enemy?
5. Cavalry_Charge'>Formal Battle Stage 3: Bayonet and Cavalry Charge – Complete this sentence: Foot soldiers fixed knife-like bayonets to the end of their muskets and used them as ___________________.
6. Redoubt – What is a redoubt?
7. Loading and Firing a Cannon – How fast could a well-trained team load and fire a cannon?
8. Cannon Ammunition – What is a grape shot?
9. Cavalry – When was using the cavalry the most effective?
10. Militia – Each colony had its own militia. What was a militia?
11. British Army – Complete this sentence: Although the British army was well-trained and disciplined, they struggled against the _______________________.
12. Continental Army – Who was commander in chief of the Continental Army?
13. Challenges of Command – What does it mean to watch the flanks? Watch the _______.
14. Continental Army Foot Soldier – Fill in the blanks: The Continental Army began as an undisciplined group of ____________, but by the end of the Revolution it was a professional ____________.
15. British Army Foot Soldier - What army was one of the strongest in the world?