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Andrew Jackson

Nearpod Code: F8L3Y
 
Indian Removal Act
Trail of Tears
Preservation of the Union

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4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX

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Andrew Jackson

Nearpod Code: F8L3Y
 
Indian Removal Act
Trail of Tears
Preservation of the Union

Due:

4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX
 
Read and discuss War of 1812 text

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4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX
 
Read and discuss War of 1812 text

Due:

Andrew Jackson

Nearpod Code: F8L3Y
 
Indian Removal Act
Trail of Tears
Preservation of the Union

Due:

4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX
 
Read and discuss War of 1812 text

Due:

4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX

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Lewis and Clark

BrainPOP - Lewis and Clark
 
Text about Lewis and Clark with questions for daily grade

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4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX

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4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX

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4.17 War of 1812

Identify major causes, events, and key people of the War of 1812, including:
• Trade restrictions • Burning of Washington, D.C.
• Impressment • Francis Scott Key
• Battle of New Orleans • Andrew Jackson
Nearpod Code: 47NYX

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4.16 Westward Expansion Day 2

Map the exploration of the Louisiana Territory, and describe the events, struggles, and
successes of the purchase, including the significance of: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark,
and Sacagawea.
 
Nearpod code: EB28D
Westward, Ho! worksheet

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4.16 Westward Expansion Day 1

Map the exploration of the Louisiana Territory, and describe the events, struggles, and
successes of the purchase, including the significance of: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark,
and Sacagawea.
 
Nearpod code: EB28D

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4.16 Westward Expansion Day 2

Map the exploration of the Louisiana Territory, and describe the events, struggles, and
successes of the purchase, including the significance of: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark,
and Sacagawea.
 
Nearpod code: EB28D
Westward, Ho! worksheet

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4.16 Westward Expansion Day 2

Map the exploration of the Louisiana Territory, and describe the events, struggles, and
successes of the purchase, including the significance of: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark,
and Sacagawea.
 
Nearpod code: EB28D
Westward, Ho! worksheet

Due:

4.16 Westward Expansion Day 2

Map the exploration of the Louisiana Territory, and describe the events, struggles, and
successes of the purchase, including the significance of: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark,
and Sacagawea.
 
Nearpod code: EB28D
Westward, Ho! worksheet

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4.16 Westward Expansion Day 1

Map the exploration of the Louisiana Territory, and describe the events, struggles, and
successes of the purchase, including the significance of: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark,
and Sacagawea.
 
Nearpod code: EB28D

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4.15 George Washington Presidency

Examine the legacy and significance of the presidency of George Washington, including: the
creation of cabinet member positions, two-party split, and the push for a strong central
government.
 
Nearpod Code: D4BAY
This Nearpod contains a text about George Washington with 5 text-based questions and 1 writing prompt.

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4.15 George Washington Presidency

Examine the legacy and significance of the presidency of George Washington, including: the
creation of cabinet member positions, two-party split, and the push for a strong central
government.
 
Nearpod Code: VY37T

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Social Studies Quiz (Finish)

Quiz on standards 4.11, 4.12, 4.13, and 4.14
4.11
Identify the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, including: no power to tax, weak
central government, and the impact of Shays’ Rebellion.
4.12
Identify the roles of James Madison and George Washington during the Constitutional
Convention, and analyze the major issues debated, including 
• Distribution of power between the states and federal government
• Great Compromise
• Slavery and the Three-Fifths Compromise
4.13
Describe the conflict between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists over ratification of the
Constitution, including the need for a Bill of Rights.
4.14
Describe the principles embedded in the Constitution, including 
• Purposes of government (listed in the Preamble)
• Separation of powers
• Branches of government
• Checks and balances
• Recognition and protection of individual rights (in the 1st Amendment)

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Social Studies Quiz

Quiz on standards 4.11, 4.12, 4.13, and 4.14
4.11
Identify the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, including: no power to tax, weak
central government, and the impact of Shays’ Rebellion.
4.12
Identify the roles of James Madison and George Washington during the Constitutional
Convention, and analyze the major issues debated, including 
• Distribution of power between the states and federal government
• Great Compromise
• Slavery and the Three-Fifths Compromise
4.13
Describe the conflict between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists over ratification of the
Constitution, including the need for a Bill of Rights.
4.14
Describe the principles embedded in the Constitution, including 
• Purposes of government (listed in the Preamble)
• Separation of powers
• Branches of government
• Checks and balances
• Recognition and protection of individual rights (in the 1st Amendment)

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Social Studies Review

Review for Articles of Confederation through the Bill of Rights
 
Articles of Confederation
Federalism - federal, state, and local government
Federalism vs. Anti-Federalism
The Great Compromise, 3/5 compromise
3 branches of government (Legislative, Judicial, and Executive)
The Bill of Rights
 

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The Bill of Rights

Nearpod Code:  YUPA5
 
Ducksters Bill of Rights

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4.13 Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

Nearpod:  Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists
 
Code: RW687

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The Bill of Rights

Nearpod Code:  YUPA5
 
Ducksters Bill of Rights

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4.13 Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

Nearpod:  Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists
 
Code: RW687

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The United States Constitution

Readworks article "The United States Constitution"

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Constitutional Convention Day 3

Nearpod Code: 765X2
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
The Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise

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4.13 Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

Nearpod:  Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists
 
Code: RW687

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The United States Constitution

Readworks article "The United States Constitution"

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Constitutional Convention Day 3

Nearpod Code: 765X2
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
The Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise

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Constitutional Convention Day 2

Nearpod Code:  AFMNJ
Federalism
Federal, Local, and State Government

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Constitutional Convention Day 1

Nearpod  Code: HLG2A
 
James Madison
George Washington
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch

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Constitutional Convention Day 3

Nearpod Code: 765X2
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
The Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise

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Constitutional Convention Day 2

Nearpod Code:  AFMNJ
Federalism
Federal, Local, and State Government

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Constitutional Convention Day 1

Nearpod  Code: HLG2A
 
James Madison
George Washington
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch

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Branches of Government

Video: Branches of Government
Legislative, Executive, Judicial
 
Readworks article: The Three Branches of Government

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Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation Nearpod
 
Code:  6CAKP

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American Revolution Women Writing

Opinion Writing 
 
What was the most important task that women performed during the time of the American Revolution?

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American Revolution Women Day 2

Betsy Ross and Phyllis Wheatley
 
Nearpod   Code:  FCXKU

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American Revolution Women

Abigail Adams and Molly Pitcher 
 
Nearpod  Code:  GLUY5

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Constitutional Convention Day 1

Nearpod  Code:  IS5WC
 
James Madison
George Washington
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch

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Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation Nearpod
 
Code:  39MRD

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Benchmark testing and Women of the Revolution

Students will be completing the winter benchmark (AIMSWEB testing).  If time allows, students will complete a class work assignment of women of the Revolution. This assignment will be a classwork grade. 

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American Revolution Women Day 2

Betsy Ross and Phyllis Wheatley
 
Nearpod   Code:  FCXKU

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American Revolution Women

Abigail Adams and Molly Pitcher 
 
Nearpod  Code:  GLUY5

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Those Rebels John and Tom Day 1

4.RI.KID.1 - Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly; refer to details and examples in the text when drawing inferences from the text.
4.RI.CS.5 - Describe the overall structure of events, ideas, and concepts of information in a text or part of a text.

Text structure - compare and contrast (Mini Lesson)

IXL D.2

IXL | Compare and contrast in informational texts | 4th grade language arts

IXL H.2

IXL | Compare and contrast characters | 4th grade language arts

 

Text: Those Rebels, John & Tom

 

Students will complete an H-chart to compare and contrast the 2 historical figures, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.

 

Writing in Reading Log:

  • How did John Adams’ and Thomas Jefferson’s skills help each man contribute to America’s independence?

George Washington's Socks (Chapter 18)

Why do the Hessians appear to be giants?

How does Matt plan to rescue Katie and Q?

Why were the Hessians suspicious of Q?

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Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation Nearpod
 
Code:  39MRD

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American Revolution Women Day 2

Betsy Ross and Phyllis Wheatley
 
Nearpod   Code:  FCXKU

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American Revolution Women

Abigail Adams and Molly Pitcher 
 
Nearpod  Code:  GLUY5

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American Revolution

4.RI.KID.1 - Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly; refer to details and examples in the text when drawing inferences from the text.
4.RI.KID.2 - Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize a text.

Blood, Smoke, and Freedom text with accompanying questions

(This is the true story of a 15 year old boy who became an American Soldier during the American Revolution.)

 

Questions are skills-based (text features) and also text evidence based.

 

Vocabulary:

wilderness - uninhabited, uncultivated region

 

colonies - areas under full or partial political control of another country

 

territory - organized division of a country that is not yet a state

 

slaves - people who are legal property of another

 

memoir - historical account or biography written from personal knowledge

 

musket - type of gun fired from the shoulder

 

regiment - unit of an army

 

ferried - carried by a ferry across water

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American Revolution - the fighting begins

4.RI.KID.1 - Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly; refer to details and examples in the text when drawing inferences from the text.
4.FL.SC.6.f - Use correct capitalization.
4.FL.SC.6.h - Use a comma before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.

NearPod on Loyalists and Patriots (Code: IHAJZ)

NearPod on Paul Revere/Battle of Lexington and Concord (Code: S4XEQ)

 

Readworks article: The Shot Heard Round the World with questions (graded assignment)

 

Capitalization/Punctuation in Sentences practice

Compound Sentence practice

 

George Washington's Socks (Chapter 16)

What frightens and then surprises Matt as he rides through the woods?

What do we discover about Adam Hibbs in this chapter?

What happened to Katie and Q and why didn’t the same thing happen to Hooter and Tony? 

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4.09

4.09 Examine major events and battles of the American Revolution, including: Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, Battles of Lexington and Concord, Battle of Bunker (Breed’s) Hill, Battle of Saratoga, Valley Forge, Battle of Yorktown
 
Nearpod: G78VK
 
Paul Revere, The Midnight Ride

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4.08

DAY 2 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code: Z6WE3

Loyalists, Patriots, Redcoats

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4.08

DAY 1 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code PBCWQ

Sons of Liberty

Minutemen

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Nearpod review and quiz for all standards to 4.07

Students will be provided a review via Nearpod.  Student will complete a quiz.

Due:

4.07

Writing Prompt:

 

Identify the three Natural Rights given to the people by the Declaration of Independence and describe how women, slaves, and American Indians were denied these Natural Rights.  Use evidence from this text and the “We Have Rights” worksheet to support your answer.  Use complete sentences, correct punctuation and capitalization.

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4.09

4.09 Examine major events and battles of the American Revolution, including: Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, Battles of Lexington and Concord, Battle of Bunker (Breed’s) Hill, Battle of Saratoga, Valley Forge, Battle of Yorktown
 
Nearpod: G78VK
 
Paul Revere, The Midnight Ride

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4.08

DAY 2 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code: Z6WE3

Loyalists, Patriots, Redcoats

Due:

4.08

DAY 1 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code PBCWQ

Sons of Liberty

Minutemen

Due:

4.07

Writing Prompt:

 

Identify the three Natural Rights given to the people by the Declaration of Independence and describe how women, slaves, and American Indians were denied these Natural Rights.  Use evidence from this text and the “We Have Rights” worksheet to support your answer.  Use complete sentences, correct punctuation and capitalization.

Due:

4.08

DAY 2 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code: Z6WE3

Loyalists, Patriots, Redcoats

Due:

4.08

DAY 1 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code PBCWQ

Sons of Liberty

Minutemen

Due:

4.07

Writing Prompt:

 

Identify the three Natural Rights given to the people by the Declaration of Independence and describe how women, slaves, and American Indians were denied these Natural Rights.  Use evidence from this text and the “We Have Rights” worksheet to support your answer.  Use complete sentences, correct punctuation and capitalization.

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4.06

Determine the historical and present-day significance of the Declaration of Independence, including the roles of Thomas Jefferson and John Hancock. 

Nearpod Code: ZFL5P

Students will complete a graphic organizer about the Declaration of Independence.

Students will analyze the preamble.

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4.09

Day 1 of 3

Nearpod Code: 4JDI7

Paul Revere

The Battle of Lexington "Shot Heard 'Round the World"

 

Due:

4.08

DAY 2 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code: Z6WE3

Loyalists, Patriots, Redcoats

Due:

4.07

Writing Prompt:

 

Identify the three Natural Rights given to the people by the Declaration of Independence and describe how women, slaves, and American Indians were denied these Natural Rights.  Use evidence from this text and the “We Have Rights” worksheet to support your answer.  Use complete sentences, correct punctuation and capitalization.

Due:

4.08

DAY 1 OF 2

NEARPOD:

Code PBCWQ

Sons of Liberty

Minutemen

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4.06

Determine the historical and present-day significance of the Declaration of Independence, including the roles of Thomas Jefferson and John Hancock. 

Nearpod Code: ZFL5P

Students will complete a graphic organizer about the Declaration of Independence.

Students will analyze the preamble.

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4.05

Explain the different forms of protests colonists used to promote change in British policies,including: the Boston Tea Party, tarring and feathering, letter writing, and boycotts.
 
Nearpod Code:  X3FKB
 

Trouble is Brewing (CKLA Text)

Students will complete an organizer sequencing events leading up to the American Revolution

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4.06

Determine the historical and present-day significance of the Declaration of Independence, including the roles of Thomas Jefferson and John Hancock. 

Nearpod Code: ZFL5P

Students will complete a graphic organizer about the Declaration of Independence

Students will analyze the preamble

Due:

4.05

Explain the different forms of protests colonists used to promote change in British policies,including: the Boston Tea Party, tarring and feathering, letter writing, and boycotts.
 
Nearpod Code:  X3FKB
 

Trouble is Brewing (CKLA Text)

Students will complete an organizer sequencing events leading up to the American Revolution

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4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 2 of 2

Nearpod

Code: X9ZYS

Bills to Pay (CKLA Text)

Question Set: Sentence Stems

The British Government raised taxes because...

The Stamp Act required colonists to...

Many colonists were upset about the Stamp Act because...

 

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 1 of 2

Nearpod

Code: X9ZYS

Video:  Too Late to Apologize

 

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4.03 French and Indian War

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD Lesson

Code: QIX5B

Reading Passage with comprehension questions on the French and Indian War

 

 

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4.03 French and Indian War

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

 

We will finish this lesson by Friday 10/9

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 2 of 2

Nearpod:

Code: inodm

https://share.nearpod.com/e/Q1wxOfAx58

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 1 of 2

Nearpod:

Code: inodm

https://share.nearpod.com/e/Q1wxOfAx58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 2 of 2

Nearpod:

Code: inodm

https://share.nearpod.com/e/Q1wxOfAx58

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 1 of 2

Nearpod:

Code: inodm

https://share.nearpod.com/e/Q1wxOfAx58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.02

Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of
the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.

NEARPOD:

Code: sczdt

https://share.nearpod.com/e/l2RF01Ew58

By the end of today's lesson you will be able to describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin.  You will also analyze  "Join or Die" political cartoon.

Benjamin Franklin worksheet.

Block 2 will complete a brief assessment over colonies and native american conflicts with colonists.

Due:

4.04

Patriot Day

Nearpod with videos about 9/11.  This is suitable for 3-5 grade students. 

Code: rnmso

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.02

Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of
the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.

NEARPOD:

Code: sczdt

https://share.nearpod.com/e/l2RF01Ew58

By the end of today's lesson you will be able to describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin.  You will also analyze  "Join or Die" political cartoon.

Benjamin Franklin handout for daily classwork grade

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 1 of 2

Nearpod:

Code: inodm

https://share.nearpod.com/e/Q1wxOfAx58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.02

Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of
the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.

NEARPOD:

Code: sczdt

https://share.nearpod.com/e/l2RF01Ew58

By the end of today's lesson you will be able to describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin.  You will also analyze  "Join or Die" political cartoon.

Due:

4.02

Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of
the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.

NEARPOD:

Code: sczdt

https://share.nearpod.com/e/l2RF01Ew58

By the end of today's lesson you will be able to describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin.  You will also analyze  "Join or Die" political cartoon.

Due:

4.04

Evaluate how political and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Tea Act, 1773 • Resistance to imperial policy • “Taxation without Representation” (Proclamation of 1763) • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774 • The Stamp Act, 1765 • The role of Patrick Henry • The Townshend Acts, 1767

Day 1 of 2

Nearpod:

Code: inodm

https://share.nearpod.com/e/Q1wxOfAx58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.03

Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort
Loudoun’s role in it.

NEARPOD

Code: bmkty

https://share.nearpod.com/e/iolT0rQw58

Due:

4.02

Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of
the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.

NEARPOD:

Code: sczdt

https://share.nearpod.com/e/l2RF01Ew58

By the end of today's lesson you will be able to describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin.  You will also analyze  "Join or Die" political cartoon.

Due:

4.01

Analyze the impact of conflicts between colonists and American Indian nations brought on by
the intrusions of colonization.

NEARPOD:

Code: TSBXH

https://share.nearpod.com/e/AK5OR0Rv58

By the end of today’s lesson you will be able to describe, in writing, 3 types of conflicts and their impact between Europeans and American Indians. 

Brainpop

https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/americanindians/