The fighting was over. Now the British and the British Americans could enjoy the fruits of victory. The terms of the Treaty of Paris were harsh to losing France. All French territory on the mainland of North America was lost.
Peter Pappas - October 23, No. Just the exercise as is. Renee - August 7, Good morning, Peter. Just found this site, and I am so excited! This added so much to student involvement and ownership of the learning. I am the only 4th grade SS teacher, small district. My goal is student engagement and excitement about learning history.
For example, I want students to wonder why things happened the way they did, could situations have been handled differently, and if so, how. Overwhelming for 4th graders? Tasks can be modified. For example see this post How to Teach Summarizing or this one How to Embed Literacy Skills in Historical Thinking I think it also makes sense to remind students that every day they and their friends are documenting life and world around them.
Use some of this student-generated content to so some close reading. Then take those skills and apply them to historical sources. Teacher introduces the lesson with a few photographs from Instagram, Facebook, or some other social media source.
As alternative use news or advertisements. It is best to select images that have themes that will be easily recognized by students — for example leisure, celebration, patriotism, etc. Teacher directs the students to focus on people, objects, and activities.
Teacher guides students in large group discussion of what the photos tell you about the subjects and the people who took the photographs.
Teacher guides a summary discussion on how we use photos to communicate ideas and what we can learn about the motivation of the photographer and their message with a closer look at their images. Reply Ellisha Netter - September 27, Thank you for sharing.
These documents are very helpful as we prepare our students to use primary sources. They will also be very helpful in helping me make my own DBQ as well as help my coworkers.
Peter Pappas - September 28, Ellisha, glad to hear you found this post useful. Good luck with your work. Leave a Reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. Peter Pappas is a University of Portland-based educator, writer and instructional designer exploring frontiers of teaching, jazz, yoga, Macs, film, great books, and garlic.Conclusion The actual events of the French Indian War actually reshaped American Native history in a number of ways.
As a result of the war, France lost most of its major possessions in North America. The French and Indian War was the spark that set in motion rebellion throughout the colonies. After the devastating war between France and Britain in the dense wilderness of North America, Britain’s treasury was all but depleted.
The French and Indian War began in as British and French forces clashed in the wilderness of North America. Two years later, the conflict spread to Europe where it became known as the Seven Years' War.
UNITED STATES HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT Wednesday, January 28, — a.m. to p.m., states were fighting the French and Indian War (3) southern states threatened to secede from the Japanese War (3) protect United States trading interests in China (4) bring a .
17 Document Based and Constructed Response Questions For Elementary Students (DBQ CRQ) January 4, November 14, ; 20 thoughts on “ 17 Document Based and Constructed Response Questions For Elementary Students (DBQ CRQ) ” I’m working on a DBQ iBook on the US Homefront in WWII.
If you have an iPad, and are willing, I can send. French and Indian War DBQ Prompt A course theme and/or approach to history that is not the focus of the essay (such as political, economic, social, cultural, or intellectual history).
1. Analyze the effects of the French and Indian War () on the relations between Britain and its American colonies.