We found 207 resources with the concept the declaration of independence
Kentuckians in the Civil War Era: Constructed Response Essay
8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWhat part did Kentucky play in the Civil War? A constructed response essay assignment tests to ensure scholars understand the concepts and the arguments for the causes of the Civil War. Learners must read a primary source quote and then...
Declarations and the Quest for Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewUnderstanding how John Brown got his inspiration from the Declaration of Independence helps learners further understand both West Virginia and United States history. The resource, a standalone, uses worksheets, discussion, and essay...
Civil War Trust Animated Map: Entire Revolutionary War
19 mins 8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
A thorough and measured look at the American Revolution includes movements on an animated map, high-quality reenactments, and instructive narration that takes learners through the vital first steps of the United States of America.
The 15th and 19th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
7th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Who gets to vote? Learn more about struggles for suffrage throughout United States history with a lesson based on primary source documents. Middle schoolers debate the importance of women's suffrage and African American suffrage before...
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
6th - 8th
Our forefathers worked to create a more perfect nation for us, and the road to democracy was anything but smooth. Add these resources to your unit on the Declaration of Independence and show your young Americans the roots of their political society.
The American Revolution: Give Me Liberty
7th - 12th
More than fireworks, barbeques, or sunny picnic afternoons, the Fourth of July marks a formative and important time in American history. Learn more about the key figures in the American Revolution with a collection of lesson plans, which vary in difficulty and complexity, making it a good addition to both middle and high school history classes.