Lessons for Independence Day

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  • Declaration of Independence and the Constitution ... - … Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution at National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Web site. Day One Declaration of Independence 1 … 1. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776. This date is celebrated every year as Independence Day. What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence? 2. On September 17, 1787, the …
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  • Kosovo Declares Independence - … recognize Kosovo's independence. WARM-UPS 1. INDEPENDENCE: Walk around the class and talk to other students about being independent. Change partners often … : Capital: 5. INDEPENDENCE DAY: With your partner, talk about which of the things below are important for a country's independence day. Rank them … house ____ singing the national anthem ____ fireworks ____ special "Independence Day" TV programmes ____ a ceremony remembering national heroes 6. NATION …
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  • Independence Day - … Teacher Notes Independence Day! Start the fireworks! Strike up the band! Throw a parade! … your independent class is new, it will probably only have one holiday. What day might that be? After you pick your day, name … 's time for your class Independence Day ceremony!! (It does not have to be on the same day as your class holiday.) Each … own answers to the 5 questions for their group. The Independence Day presentation shows clear understanding of the meaning of the idea …
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  • Plan an Independence Day Commemoration - … traditions from the past by celebrating Independence Day and other important holidays today to plan an Independence Day commemoration to identify customs, celebrations, and … explain why Independence Day is important to them and to other Americans. What might happen if we did not celebrate Independence Day each year … Independence Day and other celebrations. Home Connection Students and family members can discuss holidays or other events they have celebrated together, including Independence Day
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  • Mexico - … and games. DAY 3 1. SPONGE ACTIVITY: I will have the students fill out a worksheet on our Independence Day(July 4). They … will be offered). MATERIALS: Independence worksheet Flag handout Semantic web handout Colored pencils, paint, watercolors, markers, crayons DAY 4 1. SPONGE ACTIVITY … asks the students to describe interesting facts they discovered. 4. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: The students will complete the group work and worksheet …
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  • The Mexican Muralist Movement and an Exploration of Public Art - … Mexico (WEST WALL, RIGHT OUTER AND INNER ARCH). Independence and La Reforma: Mexican Independence was sparked by political turmoil in Spain, the … , equality between races and redistribution of land. This day is now celebrated as Mexican Independence Day. Hidalgo was eventually defeated and killed, but … (present-day Mexico City) in August. Aztec empire falls. 1821 - The Treaty of Córdoba was signed, signifying Mexico's independence from …
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  • The Fabric of America - … , and why? - What is the history behind why and how Independence Day (the 4th of July) is celebrated? - What are the roles … the objects there represent? Interdisciplinary Connections: Global History- Learn about "independence days" celebrated in other countries. What is commemorated on these holidays … /front/0,1156,1-7355,00.html?yahoo) provides fun Independence Day activities for kids, from the Family Education Network. Happy 4th …
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  • Save the Dates - … is their significance to Independence Day? When and why were they were first practiced as a celebration of the day? Interdisciplinary Connections: Civics … or society? What date is noted as the country's day of independence and how is the event celebrated? Prepare an illustrated … Revolution; Understands how the principles of the Declaration of Independence justified American independence; Understands the major political and strategic factors that led …
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  • Taking a Stand on Freedom - … Independence. Use the attached handouts to complete. Write the # 1-8 meanings listed to the 8 quotes from the Declaration of Independence. DayIndependence to understand how Synthesize the acrostic poem information Evaluate the act of treason for Independence Identify excerpts from the Declaration of Independence … to be, free and independent states….” Excerpts from the Declaration of Independence. What the Excerpt Means? The Declaration of Independence: What It (write …
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  • The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave - … glorious anniversary! Your high independence only reveals the immeasurable distance between us. The blessings in which you, this day, rejoice are not … admission, Douglass rose as orator of the day after a reading of the Declaration of Independence by a local minister. The speech … . You may rejoice, I must mourn." To invite him as Independence Day speaker, says Douglass is mere "mockery and sacrilegious irony." So …
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