U.S. History: Colonies to Constitution

 
 

U.S. History: Colonies to Constitution

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    Reproducible for One Classroom

    A thinking approach to learning history. Makes history fresh, relevant, and real!

    Description & Features

    Critical Thinking in United States History uses fascinating original source documents and discussion-base critical thinking methods to help students evaluate conflicting perspectives of historical events. This process stimulates students' interest in history, improves their historical knowledge, and develops their analytical skills for assessment tests.

    Methods

    For each lesson, students examine two or more perspectives of an event using analysis and evaluation skills such as identifying types of reasoning and evaluating sources. Through debating historians' evidence, inferences, analogies, and assumptions, students come away with a deeper understanding of specific events. They also learn to examine any historical, or current, event with a more critical mind.

    Instruction/Answer Guide

    Includes objectives, teaching suggestions, focus questions, and answers. Use of the guides is highly recommended.

    Book on CD

    This Book on CD allows you to install and print the Student book and the Instruction/Answer Guide from your own printer. This book on CD is a useful alternative to photocopying.

    Includes the following:

    • What Happened at Roanoke?
    • Did Pocahontas Really Rescue Captain John Smith?
    • How Did Immigration to Colonial Maryland Affect Women?
    • What Caused the Salem Witch Hysteria?
    • What Caused the American Revolution?
    • Was the Stamp Act Justified or Were the Colonists Justified in Not Paying It?
    • Who Fired First at Lexington Green?
    • Effects of the American Revolution
    • Shays's Rebellion
    • Writing and Ratifying the Constitution
    • Foreign Views of the Constitution
    • Evaluating Hypothetical Constitutions
    • Constitutional Conflict: The Bill of Rights and Freedom of Speech

     

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