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The Declaration of Independence for Multilevel Teaching

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Teach across the table or your classroom, with this awesome unit study!

A valuable resources to include grade levels 2-11, at a time where HISTORY is everything!

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The Declaration of Independence for Multilevel Teaching and 96 Pages of Awesome!

View the article about this unit study here, for more information and deep details.

The Specks

This listing is to help you see what subjects are covered for this unit, and what you will have to supplement. Next to each listed subject, is the assignment or lesson that falls within that category, so you won’t be confused. Some of your core subjects will crossover, as is expected of an unit study.

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This unit also includes a full Declaration of Independence poster and a Historical Figures in History booklet,

Flower Unit Planner Cover Image @randomnestfamily.org

by Randomnestfamily, so your student can look at various famous people that helped fight for freedom and played a role in the Declaration of Independence of 1776.

Also included is a FULL index with answers to worksheets and a Full dictionary of all the words listed on the spelling list. Bonus! includes our popular Unit Study Planning Book

Multileveled Subjects Covered in this unit Assignments
History & social studies looking at the year 1770 through the eyes of the people.

Analyzing images and exploring the life of various American founders. Looking at the events that led up to the Declaration of Independence. Discovering the Declaration of Independence,  as well as who wrote it, and voted for it.

Learn about 7 events that led up to the Declaration of Independence:

The Stamp Act

The Boston Massacre

The Boston Tea Party

The Intolerable Acts

1st Continental Congress

Lexington and Concord

2nd Continental Congress

Finally, The Declaration of Independence July 4th, 1776

Choose from 4 writing Prompt ideas Picture Analysis

Writing about Historical Figures Primary resources

Record an Oration of the Declaration of Independence project

Act It Out project

Language Arts Includes Reading, Writing, and Spelling (Vocabulary list with an index at the back of the unit.), With Dictionary work. Copy work, writing prompts. Historical Figures in Freedom Booklet reading Reading comprehensions of the 7 events that led up to the Declaration of Independence. With questions & answers.

Spelling Words List

Cross word puzzles assignment

Word Shapes assignments

Word Scramble worksheet

Spelling Practice assignment

Definitions look up assignment

Copy Work: Copy the entire Declaration of Independence, by tracing.

Choose from 4 writing Prompts ideas

Picture Analysis

Writing about Historical Figures

Primary resources

Read & Color Sheets:

The American Colonial Flag History and Color Sheet

The American Flag for All 50 States History and Color Sheet

Research Students learn to find information about different events and the people of the American Revolution. Writing about Historical Figures

Primary resources

Choose from 4 writing Prompts ideas to write and research.

Art Notebooking (interactive notebooking), which allows students to get creative. Historical image analysis: students develop awareness of historical context, develop critical thinking skills, enhance their observation and interpretive skills, and develop conceptual learning techniques.

Primary Resources (A form of image analysis) Primary sources allow your students to be young historians and understand that history can be made up of multiple experiences and many points of views

Drawing Prompts: for lower grades or younger children.

Primary resources

Picture Analysis

Drawing prompts

Crafts & Projects:      

Record an Oration of the Declaration of Independence

Act It Out

Make a Stick Flag!

Declare Your Independence Pebble!

Make a rustic Declaration of Independence

Read & Color Sheets:

The American Colonial Flag History and Color Sheet

The American Flag for All 50 States History and Color Sheet

You can also view the article about this unit study here, for more information and deep details.


 

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