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LP 14— Exploration of Revolutionary War (Lexington and Concord), the Nature of Revolution, Discussion of Related US Values

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Audience
Student, Teacher
Grade
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Higher Ed
Resource Type
Guided Reading, Lectures, Lesson Plans
Pages
6 Pages
Subject
History, US History, War & Conflict

Description

Guided-reading lesson plan— fuel for instruction and discussion. In this lesson, the Battles of Lexington and Concord are discussed in the context of their significance rather than what actually happened. It is up to the instructor how greatly he wants to emphasize the ability to identify this event. The battle is framed to be viewed more broadly as to what 'type' of event it was. The other chief segment of the lesson discusses the nature of revolutions and rebellions throughout history, and how it relates to US values.

My lesson plan-designing technique is called the "Rock Drill." Instead of emphasizing reciting information to meet state curriculum, key terms are unearthed as the discussion of the topic is allowed to delve as deeply as it will go. Everything winds together to "drill" through difficult concepts so that comprehension, even partial comprehension, is all but guaranteed.
Guided-reading lesson plan— fuel for instruction and discussion. In this lesson, the Battles of Lexington and Concord are... read more

LP 14— Exploration of Revolutionary War (Lexington and Concord), the Nature of Revolution, Discussion of Related US Values

$5.00