Mr. Callahan's Class Website
Link to sign in for the digital textbook
Look to the Classroom News to see what we are working on in class!
From left to right then top to bottom; Independence Hall- Philadelphia PA, The Massachusetts Representatives desk at Independence Hall, Independence Hall Assembly Room, Benjamin Franklin Printing House- Philadelphia, PA, Samuel Adams' Green Dragon Tavern Location-Boston MA, USS Constitution- Boston Harbor, Boston MA
Regimental Flags Project
Students will design a regimental or company flag. Students will then vote on which flag the class regiment or class companies will use. Design should be simple enough to be reproduced by most of the class. Then explain in 2-3 paragraphs on the back;
-where your regiment is from,
-who you are, identify numbers, places, pictures, phrases, etc.
-what the colors mean
Mr. C's Digital Classroom
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Mr. C's Links
Interactive United States Constitution
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
The Library of Congress
Early Sailing Ships
Early Spanish Sailing Ships
American Colonies Websites and links
History Channel-The 13 Colonies
Colonial America Powerpoint
Social Studies for Kids-The 13 Colonies
Ducksters-Colonial America, The 13 Colonies
Using the graphic organizer provided, students will finish the Prequel Story Arc that foreshadows the events from the video, National Treasure that we viewed in class.
Complete the 5 Charges and Dismissals list and the Issue Analysis Form for the Hamilton vs. Burr Debates.
Students will complete the Regiment Flag Project that was started/finished in class. Then students should apply their flag to the 12” x 18” cardboard placard they should have previously gathered.
The placard should be able to be carried with a handle (like a shield) so the student may display their flag.