Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Boston Massacre - Section 3: Application


This was a really interesting activity that surprised the kids.  Drawing the quadrants to analyze and identify aspects of a painting more specifically wasn't something they expected because when they first looked at the painting, it seemed there was nothing left to see.  Using this kind of quadrant idea is a beneficial way to help a student's concentration.

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Boston Massacre

Unit 5: Colonists in Crisis
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: TSWBAT analyze and respond to the incident, the Boston Massacre, using the famous propaganda painting by Paul Revere.

Big Idea: Who says this massacre was a massacre?

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