PBS special on revolution to air
- Play: `Let it begin here!,' pp. 12-15. // Junior Scholastic;9/15/95, Vol. 98 Issue 2, pT-3
Presents a teacher's lesson plan designed to make students understand why the colony of Massachusetts was a likely starting place for the American Revolution. Thinking skills; Student activities.
- American history: Pro/con, pp. 16-17. // Junior Scholastic;9/15/95, Vol. 98 Issue 2, pT-4
Presents a teacher's lesson plan designed to make students understand the conflict among colonies during the American Revolution of 1775-1883. Definition of terms; Thinking skills; Student activities.
- `If they mean to have a war, let it begin here!'. McCollom, Sean // Junior Scholastic;9/15/95, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p12
Presents a school play dealing with the American revolution of 1775-1783. Cast of characters. INSET: Revolutionary women, by Barbara Chai..
- Take on a revolutionary persona. // Curriculum Review;May98, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p10
Presents a role-playing activity which helps students in the United States from Grade 5 to get more active in the learning process and gain a deeper understanding of the American Revolution. Listings of revolutionary figure; Method of presentation.
- ESMOND WRIGHT: 5 NOVEMBER 1915 · 9 AUGUST 2003. MULLEN, RICHARD // Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society;Sep2010, Vol. 154 Issue 3, p391
A biography is presented for historian and British Parliament member Esmond Wright. Born on November 5, 1915, Wright went on to become a professor at both the University of Glasgow and the University of London. He was an expert on the history of the U.S. Revolutionary War, and it is attested...
- Revolutionary War Facts. // School Library Media Activities Monthly;Sep2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p16
Offers curriculum ideas for a social studies project about the Revolutionary War in the United States history geared to grade levels four to seven. Library media skills objectives; List of library resources; Roles of teachers and library media specialists; Activity and procedures for...
- Came the revolution! // Independent School;Winter90, Vol. 49 Issue 2, The Reporter p7
Reports on Colorado Springs School assistant head Karen Huff's implementation of a series of impositions on students that corresponded to the historical revolt by American colonists against England. Huff's aim to teach students about the revolt; Description of the impositions made by Huff;...
- "Dear King George�". Di Giacomo, Richard // U.S. History Activities for English Language Learners;2007, p9
The article presents a lesson plan for the significant role of the members of the Committee of Correspondence of the Continental Congress to understand the grievances of the American colonists that led up to the American Revolution.
- TOWN SQUARE POST. // Patriots of the American Revolution;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p66
An interview with Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) president Anthony Zeiss is presented. When asked how his interest in the American Revolution was developed, he mentions the influence of his friend named Allen Tate. He says that there is a need for the teachers and volunteers to get...