The Great Awakening

Young scholars identify and connect social studies with American literature. They identify and define the causes and impact of the Great Awakening and draw comparisons with events in England. Students also create a timeline construction based on their findings and comparisons. Finally, they write a summary of the ideas, events, and impact of the Great Awakening and speculate about a connection with the American Revolution.

9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts 70 Views 77 Downloads
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