For today's lesson, you have an option to complete a worksheet or write an acrostic poem about the battles at Lexington and Concord. Here is the link to the Acrostic Poem creator. Please email me your final copy at email@example.com
To wrap up and assess progress on Unit 2, students have been given a choice of how they'd like to be assessed: a persuasive ad, a traditional test, or an informative presentation. Project guidelines and scoring rubric can be downloaded below. Please feel free to email or call if you have any questions.
After reading lesson 3 of chapter 3, think of some of the effects Spanish exploration had on the Americas. Share your thoughts on the wall below. Be sure to include your name as the title of your post.
Using the ReadWriteThink timeline creator, create a timeline that has at least 5 major events from the last 20 years (1994 - present). Be sure to include the year of the event as the "Label", the title of the event as the "Short Description", and brief summary of the event as the "Full Description". I have included two sites to help you get started. Print your timeline or e-mail them to me when you are done.
2 sites to get you started:
1. This Day in History
2. 30 years, 30 events, countless stories
Compare and contrast two different landform regions from today's lesson. Print your Venn Diagrams when you are done!
The early English colonies were not initially what you'd call a success. From the mystery surrounding the lost colony of Roanoke to wars and love stories, death, and rumors of cannibalism in early Jamestown, there is plenty of mystery and intrigue to investigate. Check out the links below to continue your research on our earliest settlers:
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