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    • Historical Fiction Novel Unit American Revolution
    • What do you already know?
      • Which one is NOT the name of an important person from the American Revolution?
      • Abraham Lincoln
      • Paul Revere
      • John Adams
    • Oops!Try again .
      • 2. When was the American Revolutionary War?
              • a. 1862-1866
              • b. 1743-1776
              • c. 1775-1782
    • Oops!Try again.
    • 3. Who were the combatants in the American Revolutionary War? a. the British vs. the American colonies b. the British and the French vs. the American coloniesc. the French and the American colonies
    • Oops!Try again.
      • Johnny Tremain
      • My Brother Sam Is Dead
      • A Ride into Morning
      Click on your assigned novel.
    • Johnny Tremain tells the story of a young silversmith apprentice living in Boston in 1771. After an accident, he becomes increasing involved in the events of the Boston Tea Party and other events leading up to the Battle of Lexington.
    • My Brother Sam Is Dead tells the story of Tim Meeker, a young man whose family owns a tavern in Redding, Connecticut in 1775. He is torn between his father, a Tory, and his brother Sam, a Patriot.
    • A Ride into Morning tells the story of Tempe Wick and her cousin Mary Cooper who live near the Continental troop encampment in Morristown, New Jersey in 1781.The girls struggle to decide how best to support the Patriot cause.
    • 1765 The Stamp Act 1767 The Townsend Act 1766 1768 1769 The Boston Massacre; Townsend Act repealed 1770 1771 1772 1773 The Tea Act; The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts; First Continental Congress 1774 1775 Battles of Lexington & Concord, Fort Ticonderoga, Bunker Hill, Quebec; Second Continental Congress Battles of Long Island, White Plains, Fort Washington, Trenton; Declaration of Independence; Washington crosses the Delaware 1776 1777 Battles of Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, Oriskany, Bennington, Saratoga; Winter at Valley Forge France enters the war; Battle of Monmouth 1778 1779 Battle of Savannah; Spain enters the war Battles of Charleston, Camden, King’s Mountain 1780 1781 Battles of Cowpens, Guilford, Eutaw Springs, Yorktown Articles of Confederation; Treaty of Paris signed 1782 1783 Treaty of Paris ratified, ending the war Johnny Tremain Click on the year this novel takes place. If you got it correct, then click on the title.
    • 1765 The Stamp Act 1767 The Townsend Act 1766 1768 1769 The Boston Massacre; Townsend Act repealed 1770 1771 1772 1773 The Tea Act; The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts; First Continental Congress 1774 1775 Battles of Lexington & Concord, Fort Ticonderoga, Bunker Hill, Quebec; Second Continental Congress Battles of Long Island, White Plains, Fort Washington, Trenton; Declaration of Independence; Washington crosses the Delaware 1776 1777 Battles of Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, Oriskany, Bennington, Saratoga; Winter at Valley Forge France enters the war; Battle of Monmouth 1778 1779 Battle of Savannah; Spain enters the war Battles of Charleston, Camden, King’s Mountain 1780 1781 Battles of Cowpens, Guilford, Eutaw Springs, Yorktown Articles of Confederation; Treaty of Paris signed 1782 1783 Treaty of Paris ratified, ending the war My Brother Sam Is Dead Click on the year this novel takes place. If you got it correct, then click on the title.
    • 1765 The Stamp Act 1767 The Townsend Act 1766 1768 1769 The Boston Massacre; Townsend Act repealed 1770 1771 1772 1773 The Tea Act; The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts; First Continental Congress 1774 1775 Battles of Lexington & Concord, Fort Ticonderoga, Bunker Hill, Quebec; Second Continental Congress Battles of Long Island, White Plains, Fort Washington, Trenton; Declaration of Independence; Washington crosses the Delaware 1776 1777 Battles of Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, Oriskany, Bennington, Saratoga; Winter at Valley Forge France enters the war; Battle of Monmouth 1778 1779 Battle of Savannah; Spain enters the war Battles of Charleston, Camden, King’s Mountain 1780 1781 Battles of Cowpens, Guilford, Eutaw Springs, Yorktown Articles of Confederation; Treaty of Paris signed 1782 1783 Treaty of Paris ratified, ending the war A Ride into Morning Click on the year this novel takes place. If you got it correct, then click on the title.
    • Johnny Tremain Click on the arrow that points to where this novel takes place. If you got it correct, then click on the title.
    • My Brother Sam Is Dead Click on the arrow that points to where this novel takes place. If you got it correct, then click on the title.
    • A Ride into Morning Click on the arrow that points to where this novel takes place. If you got it correct, then click on the title.
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    • Johnny Tremain Directions: Click on two of these links to read more about the background and events of your novel. Be prepared to share three to five facts from each article with your group. About the Boston Tea Party: About the Battles of Lexington and Concord: About Sam Adams: About John Hancock: About Joseph Warren: After reading from these sources, come back to this page and click on the title.
    • My Brother Sam Is Dead Directions: Click on two of these links to read more about the background and events of your novel. Be prepared to share three to five facts from each article with your group. About British Prison Ships: (Read only the first four paragraphs.) About Benedict Arnold: About George Washington: After reading from these sources, come back to this page and click on the title.
    • A Ride into Morning Directions: Click on two of these links to read more about the background and events of your novel. Be prepared to share three to five facts from each article with your group. About conditions at Valley Forge: About George Washington: About Benedict Arnold: About Tempe Wick’s house: After reading from these sources, come back to this page and click on the title.
    • Johnny Tremain Directions: Go to the link below to read about the author or your book. About Esther Forbes: Then go to the second link to complete a bio-cube about your author. Make a bio-cube. Print your bio-cube. Be prepared to share your bio-cube with your group. After completing your bio-cube, come back to this page and click on the title.
    • My Brother Sam Is Dead Go to the link below to read about the authors of your book. About James Lincoln Collier & Christopher Collier. Then go to the second link to complete a bio-cube about your author. Make a bio-cube. Print your bio-cube. Be prepared to share your bio-cube with your group. After completing your bio-cube, come back to this page and click on the title.
    • A Ride into Morning Go to the link below to read about the author of your book. About Ann Rinaldi . Then go to the second link to complete a bio-cube about your author. Make a bio-cube. Print your bio-cube. Be prepared to share your bio-cube with your group. After completing your bio-cube, come back to this page and click on the title.
    • Directions for all novels: When you have completed the above assignments, go to the following link. Word Search, The Battles of the Revolution. Print out a copy of the word search and complete it. Be sure to bring the notes, the bio-cube, and the word search you have completed to your next group meeting for your novel.