Tell the students that they will be further exploring the meaning of the Declaration of Independence by reading and understanding Jefferson’s text and then being able to tell, in their own words, what he said.
Today they will be working with partners and in small groups.
Students will be asked to "read like a detective" and gain a clear understanding of what Thomas Jefferson was writing about in the Declaration of Independence.
In the second lesson the students will work with partners and in small groups.
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Students will be asked to "read like a detective" and gain a clear understanding of the Declaration of Independence.
Through reading and analyzing the original text, the students will know what is explicitly stated, draw logical inferences, and demonstrate these skills by writing a succinct summary and then restating that summary in the student’s own words.
When they still protested, the King brought in the army, making the colonists put them up in their houses.
Any crimes the soldiers committed against the colonists were handled in the King's court by the King's judges.