Reflection: Pacing American Revolution Through Song - Section 3: Guided Practice


This section actually ended up taking about 90 minutes instead of 30.  Scholars needed more time to comprehensively research the answers to the questions and really analyze the songs.  We took the extra time because it was important and because scholars were really learning a lot about the songs and The American Revolution.  The entire lesson ended up taking 2 days instead of 1.  

  Took MUCH longer
  Pacing: Took MUCH longer
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American Revolution Through Song

Unit 11: Voices of the Revolution - Part I
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT describe how a narrator's point of view influences the way in which an event is described.

Big Idea: Why were songs so important during the American Revolution?

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