Recognize the course of conflicts including major battles, alliances, strategy, leadership, resources, or technology using a diagram for the Revolutionary War. 8.5.14
Links verified 3/20/2012
- Causes for Revolution - this lesson has a nice table near the bottom summarizing the causes
- Causes for the Revolution - Game
- Causes of the American Revolution (a document based question) - Using given documents, students are to write a factual essay that describes the events that lead up to the Revolutionary War. (this lesson is labeled 4th grade , but is quite advanced )
- Effects of the Revolution - Game
- Growth of a Nation - This ten minute presentation illustrates the growth of the United States from the original thirteen states in 1789. You can play the entire ten minutes or play one part at a time.
- Religion and the American Revolution - It's only by understanding the religious situation of colonials that we can fully account for how many ordinary Americans were drawn into the resistance to Britain
- The Shot Heard Round the World - On April 19, 1775, an incident occurred on the village green in Lexington, MA that marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War. A short film of this incident is presented.
- Understanding Conflict - learn the underlying causes of conflict
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