THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND CONSTITUTION
Book with reproducible pages
Ten comprehension and thinking strategies applied to 52 short texts cover American history from 1750 to 1800. Topics include "Leading Up to the Revolution," "Fighting the Revolution," and "Designing the Constitution." Among the primary sources presented are Patrick Henry’s famous speech to the Virginia Assembly, a letter in Paul Revere’s own words describing his famous ride, and an entry from the diary of Colonel John Fitzgerald about crossing the frozen Delaware River with George Washington.
This title is part of the series: SHORT NONFICTION FOR AMERICAN HISTORY
8½" x 11"