THE STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE IN COLONIAL BOSTON
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Cover social studies standards and strengthen literacy skills as students role-play colonial families in Boston in 1765.
Students advance their reading and writing skills as they immerse themselves in colonial life and decide to ally with either the Loyalists or the Patriots.
Students will tackle history, government, and economic concepts as they respond to England levying taxes on a wide range of goods and sending troops to America to keep order. Encourage civic discussion and critical thinking when the Tea Act inflames colonists’ anger and leads to the Boston Tea Party.
- Teacher’s handbook
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- Student portfolio
- Content slide sets
- Electronic version
This title is part of the series: STORYPATH LIBRARY