3 R's: Revolution, Reaction and Reform

Grade 4 / Social Studies / Key Concepts
Lesson Objective
Reach a deep understanding of complex, abstract concepts
Length
15 min
Questions to Consider
How can the 'Quick Write" be used to activate prior knowledge and as a pre-assessment?
What is the purpose of "I see, I think, I wonder"?
How does the wide variety of photos help students understand the various meanings of revolution?

Supporting Materials

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  • Revolution, Reaction and Reform Theme Sheet

  • Revolution, Reaction and Reform Theme Background

    Revolution, Reaction and Reform Theme Background

  • Revolution Graphic

    Revolution Graphic

  • Reaction Graphic

    Reaction Graphic

  • Technology Poster

    Technology Poster

  • Poster on Civil Rights with Student Comments

    Poster on Civil Rights with Student Comments

  • Civil Rights Poster

    Civil Rights Poster

  • Transportation Poster

    Transportation Poster

  • Complex Concepts: Revolution, Reaction, and Reform Transcript

    Revolution, Reaction, and Reform program transcript

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Lesson Idea 3 R's: Revolution, Reaction and Reform

Grade 4 / Social Studies / Key Concepts

3 R's: Revolution, Reaction and Reform