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American Revolution: Essential Questions for Social Studies

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How did ideas cause the American Revolution? What were the immediate and long-term results of the American Revolution? The study of the American Revolution can help students understand how events in history can have complex causes and both immediate and long-term effects. This unit introduces the story of the American Revolution, and the concept that ideas can cause change!

This planning guide provides:
• A Big Idea—Curricular focus for study of a concept
• Enduring Understandings—Key learning goals built around the big idea
• Vocabulary List—Subject area words that students may encounter and use in their explorations
• Essential Questions—A menu of starting points that lead students to explore and think deeply about the topic

Teaching Tips

Choose the big ideas that fit your curriculum needs!