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by Jill Terlep,Mary Wheeler

Free eBook 13 Colonies! 13 Years!: Integrating Content Standards and the Arts to Teach the American Revolution download ISBN: 1591584140
Author: Jill Terlep,Mary Wheeler
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited (September 30, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 192
Category: Teaching and Education
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching
Size MP3: 1560 mb
Size FLAC: 1761 mb
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The content is selected to coordinate with National Standards for History, Standard Students revisit the American Revolution through guided practice activities, complete lesson plans, reproducible worksheets, poems, songs, and an educational play packaged into this unique teacher resource book. This title integrates creative arts, innovative activities, and original music. The content is selected to coordinate with National Standards for History, Standards for Grades K-4 and National Standards for United States History, Standards for Grades 5-12.

Students revisit the American Revolution through guided practice activities, complete lesson plans, reproducible . oordinate with National Standards for History, Standards for Grades K-4 and National.

Students revisit the American Revolution through guided practice activities, complete lesson plans, reproducible worksheets, poems, songs, and an educational play packaged into this unique teacher resource book. This title integrates creative arts, innovative activities, and original music oordinate with National Standards for History, Standards for Grades K-4 and National Standards for United States History, Standards for Grades 5-12. Two other important components of the book are a musical play and a pantomime

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Some families sent their children to live and work with other families (often relatives or close friends) as a capstone to their education. Robson, David W. Women's Life and Work in the Southern Colonies. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1938.

Lesson description: The video describes characteristics of the the three main groups of the 13 colonies: New England, Middle . 13 Colonies and The American Revolution.

Lesson description: The video describes characteristics of the the three main groups of the 13 colonies: New England, Middle and Southern.

Mary Wheeler, Jill Terlep. Students revisit the American Revolution through guided practice activities, complete lesson plans, reproducible worksheets, poems, songs, and an educational play packaged into this unique teacher resource book. Two other important components of the book are a musical play and a pantomime.

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Students revisit the American Revolution through guided practice activities, complete lesson plans, reproducible worksheets, poems, songs, and an educational play packaged into this unique teacher resource book. This title integrates creative arts, innovative activities, and original music. The content is selected to coordinate with National Standards for History, Standards for Grades K-4 and National Standards for United States History, Standards for Grades 5-12. Two other important components of the book are a musical play and a pantomime. While entertaining students, it develops varied educational concepts and expands critical thinking skills. Students may: Stage the musical for an audience; act it out in class; or read it silently. All lyrics can be used as songs or read as poetry. Everything is reproducible. Complete musical scores as well as the complete script of the play is included and ready for use in student productions.