Historical Narratives Of The Major Events Leading Up For The American Revolution Essay

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Summative Objective 1 for this Instruction: Students will use primary and secondary sources to create historical narratives of the major events leading up to the American Revolution. Summative Objective 2 for this instruction: Students will know the major events that led to the American Revolution. Means of Assessment (Describe briefly here, and attached below in each lesson): After you describe your assessment, mention how you will differentiate for a student with special needs (e.g., struggling reader, English language learners): The students will be assessed on the 13 colonies by presenting to the class the information they found on their assigned colony and completing a foldable graphic organizer. For the French and Indian War students will be assessed by being given a reflective worksheet where they are asked to reflect on what they learned about the French and Indian War. The lesson over the Stamp Act will include a game that serves as the formative assessment. Day 5 will cover the Boston Massacre. The students will be given a reading for homework and then will answer questions that go along with the reading. On the last day, after discussing the Boston Tea Party, the students will be given homework. The homework is a worksheet answering questions over the Boston Tea Party. Finally, we will be giving a summative assessment. The assessment includes creating an interactive timeline where students will have to draw in the major events we have talked about. Once they have

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