This is a social studies lesson for 5th and 6th graders on the American Revolution. Through this lesson students will be able to understand the immediate causes of the American revolution, understand the reaction of the colonists to these causes, and discover how each student would react if they were the colonists and to explore different alternatives to war, if any.
This American Revolution Lesson Plan is suitable for 5th - 6th Grade. Young historians get hooked into a unit study of the American Revolution with a simulation that lets them experience some of the outrage colonists felt about unfair taxes. Class members demonstrate what they have learned in the study by choosing projects from a menu of options.
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I teach 5th grade social studies and the American Revolution is my favorite also. We make time lines of the revolution, word document of a famous person from this time, and I then have each student read one book about the war and take an ar test.
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The history of the American Revolution, colonial American and British influence is often debated and interpreted by many historians in they own points of view, these historians like Walter Nugent, Gordon S.Wood and Niall Ferguson hold American and British History in very high regard within their history book varying from one side to another.
I am student teaching and do not like the book the school is using to teach 8th grade U.S. History and I have been stressing out for a week on how to teach the American Revolution section. I have been on the internet for 2 days searching for a good way to teach the information and came across your lesson plans.