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Lesson Plan

James R. Wallbaum

Subject & Topic: Social Studies 5-4 Revolutionary War


Page: 171

Date: 2/10/14
Time Required: 35 mins

Standards:
16.B.2B Identify major causes of the American Revolution, and describe the
consequences of the revolution through the early National period, including
the roles of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin.
Learning Objectives:
Students will understand the different roles assumed by women and Native
American tribes during the American Revolution, as evidenced by their ability
to identify at least two roles in each group.
Assessment:
Have students form a T-chart listing at least two roles women and Native
Americans played in the American Revolution.
Adaptations and Accommodations:
Students will be provided a copy of the power point notes.
Resources:
Projector, white board, Power Point Presentation, book: my World Social
Studies; Building Our Country, paper
Prerequisite Skills:
none
Academic Language:
Troops, Wounded, Messengers, Rights, Independence, Colonist
Anticipatory Set:
Engage students in conversation about roles they might play within a team,
group, or family setting.

Statement of Objective or Purpose:

Today we will look at several roles that women and Native American played
in the Revolutionary war.
Sequence of Activities:

Engage students in conversation about roles they might play within a


team, group, or family setting.
Explain to students that while in this time period women were not
expected or allowed to fight in the army, they still played an important
role in war efforts.
Read page 172.
Show power point presentation, illustrating different roles women played.
Read page 173.
Show power point presentation, illustrating different roles Native
Americans played.
Assign exit slip: Write a T-chart giving two examples of roles that each
group (women and Native Americans) played in the Revolutionary war.

Questions to ask:

What roles did women play in the American Revolution?


What roles did Native Americans play in the American Revolution?
Why do you think Native Americans fought for both the British and the
colonists?

Conclusion and Summary:


Today we took a closer look at the roles of women and Native Americans in
the American Revolution. It is important to understand that there are many
roles to be played that impact history.
Self Evaluation and Reflection:
The lesson today went alright. I am still getting used to the setup of the
technology in Marks room. I changed the learning assessment so that the
students were able to answer a question about which side they would fight on
if they were a Native American tribe. I felt like on every students
assessment I was able to see at least two roles women played in the
revolutionary war, as well as an opinion on the side they would take as a
Native American.