- THE LAST POST. Mulligan, Sr.,, Robert E. // Military Collector & Historian;Winter2007, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p315
The article announces a research fellowship from the David Library of the American Revolution for conducting research utilizing its collections. It notes terms of the fellowship such as stipend, candidate requirements, and application procedures. Other topics include electronic applications,...
- Write Your Own Invisible In Messages. // Curriculum Review;Dec2009, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p8
The article presents a lesson plan in which students create invisible ink as used by spies during the U.S. Revolutionary War.
- Independence From Whom? Robelen, Erik // Education Week;7/14/2010, Vol. 29 Issue 36, p17
The article discusses a survey which asked respondents to identify which country the U.S. gained its independence from and notes advocacy for U.S. history education.
- CHAPTER 11: Africans in the Land of Liberty. Tise, Larry E. // American Counter Revolution;1998, p202
The eighteenth century witnessed Africans' pursuit of freedom through adventure, through movement, and, in the case of some, through learning. But the most inspiring stories were those of the thousands of black men and women who simply labored their way to independence, paving the way for...
- Junior Scholastic TEACHER'S EDITION Vol. 107, No. 8, November 29, 2004. McCabe, Suzanne // Junior Scholastic (Teacher's Edition);11/29/2004, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p1
Presents activities that teachers can use to educate students about U.S. elections, diaries, Declaration of Independence and volcanoes. Amount spent by the congressional and presidential candidates in 2003-2004, according to the Associated Press; Information on the publishing of a Chinese...
- "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.
- Unlocking Our Guarded History. // American History;Oct2007, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p23
The author reflects on the release of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) seven-hundred-and-two page top secret document compiled by then director James R. Schlesinger, and the hope that it will be considered appropriately. The author compares this document to documents still being...
- 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.
- Teaching New Jersey's Revolutionary Era History. Anson, Staci // Social Science Docket;Winter/Spring2013, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p14
In this article, the author discusses the use of scaffolding in education to compel students for critical thinking. She also analyzes the ethnical diversity of New Jersey in the frame of the U.S. Revolution of 1775. She suggests that students should learn the art of drawing conclusions from the...