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The boston massacre

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A quick mini lesson on Boston Massacre

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The boston massacre

  1. 1. Table of Contents • Title | Essential Question • Vocabulary • Sequence – Pass one printout to one student (8 total) • Longfellow Poem • Paul Revere Painting – Silversmith, Engraver, Patriot • Boston Massacre Engraving • Sensory Activity • Essential Question Answered • Printouts
  2. 2. The Boston Massacre Essential Question: Why would the Boston Massacre unite the colonies against the British?
  3. 3. Vocabulary • Propaganda • Massacre
  4. 4. Each student put themselves into sequential order. French & Indian War - Boston Massacre
  5. 5. Listen my children and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year.
  6. 6. Sensory Activity • Pick someone in the painting, No, not the dog. British or colonist. • Write a paragraph describing everything you saw at the Boston Massacre as if you were that person. • Use the 5 senses: • I saw • I heard • I smelled • I tasted • I felt --- NOT EMOTIONS
  7. 7. Essential Question • Why would the Boston Massacre unite the colonies against the British?
  8. 8. French & Indian War
  9. 9. Pontiac’s Rebellion
  10. 10. Sugar Act
  11. 11. Stamp Act
  12. 12. Quartering Act
  13. 13. Townshend Act
  14. 14. Boston Massacre

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