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American Revolutionary War Unit
School House Rock - "Shot heard 'round the world."
(Lyrics to song)
Read this - Step 1 - Research & Write About the American Revolutionary War
Research & Take Notes from Textbook, & other sources - for your "All About Revolutionary War"
chapter (Most resources have been collected for you and are arranged by topic on the shared google drive that you can access by signing in to your school account. We will not be searching the web for sites and resources.)
2. Review your notes, Fill in the gaps - Ask research questions, Read more and Take notes about the
Revolutionary War Time Line - Read and click on topics for more details
* Visit this site for more research, many links, Mr. Nussbaum's site
Student Research Topics and Images
3. Select your specialty topic for Chapter Two
a. If you have written notes about this for your "American Revolutionary War" chapter you may want to save that writing for your next chapter.
in your Revolutionary War Chapter, p
lan to write a sentence or two about your specialty topic
then state, "You will read more about this in Chapter Two."
Draft Your "American Revolutionary War", Chapter One
a. Remember to mention but not go into great detail about your specialty topic
b. Look at your note cards, include your headings
c. Include your text features
There are four categories Battles, Before the War, People and Events You must find the four things that fit each category.
- Two Georges, a Paul and Colonists
Student Revolutionary War Art
More Websites for use with the American Revolution
maps, strategies, and people involved in battles
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