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- Available Lessons: 275
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
- New lessons are still being added
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Course SummaryThis convenient U.S. history course helps teachers plan history lessons up until the year 1789. You can access these lessons at any time to plan your history curriculum and teach your students about important events and figures in U.S. history.
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About This Course
Teachers who need to plan lessons for their U.S. history classes can use this collection of convenient planning resources. This course can help educators plan engaging and comprehensive lessons on the American Revolution, the Founding Fathers, the Continental Congress and much more. Teachers can quickly plan lessons and apply them in the classroom with these short, simple and straightforward resources.
How It Works
This course is comprised of simple and straightforward lessons that are designed to help you plan your pre-1789 U.S. history curricula. This self-paced course can be accessed at any time that fits your schedule, and you can use any computer or mobile device to access the lessons and quizzes.
The course includes:
- Short video and text-based resources to help you plan your own U.S. history lessons
- A course Dashboard that allows you to quickly find specific lesson topics
- Printable transcripts of each lesson
- Self-assessment quizzes, chapter exams and a final comprehensive exam to help you evaluate your readiness to apply your lessons in the classroom, as well as your student's comprehension of U.S. history up until 1789.
How It Helps
- Helps plan lessons: Our simple video lessons help teachers plan their U.S. history curricula and cover the most important topics.
- Improves student understanding: Teachers who use these resources can be sure that their students will clearly understand key historical events and figures.
- Meets curriculum standards: These comprehensive history lessons examine important U.S. history topics that meet academic standards.
In this chapter, you'll find lesson plans for the following:
- American exploration and colonialism
- The 13 colonies
- The American Revolution
- Important battles of the Revolutionary War
- The Founding Fathers and famous revolutionaries
- The Continental Congress and Constitutional Convention
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