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Title: of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish


1
Founding Fathers From Colony to Country
of the United States, in Order to form a more
perfect Union, establish
Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for
the common Defense, Promote the general Welfare,
and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves
and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this
Constitution of the United States of America.
Does the paragraph above seem familiar? Do you
know who wrote it? You will have the opportunity
to learn more about the Founding Fathers and
other influential people of the Revolutionary
time period. Click on the Task link to the left
to find out more. Enjoy the journey!
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TASK
  • Paul Revere, George Washington, Dolley
    Madisonheard these names before? Well, if you
    havent now youll learn more!
  • There are many people who affected the move from
    colony to country.
  • Your task is to follow the guidelines for your
    research on one influential individual of
    Revolutionary times, including learning new
    vocabulary.
  • You will prepare for the Hot Seat Activity.
  • You will then write a persuasive essay nominating
    this person for the Revolutionary Hall of Fame.
  • Have a great adventure as you go back in time.
    Click on Process to proceed.

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PROCESS
  • Working in pairs, selected by your teacher, you
    will find the following information about your
    person.
  • WHO is this person?
  • WHERE was he/she located?
  • HOW did he/she influence the Revolutionary time
    period?
  • WHAT did he/she do for the country?
  • WHEN was his/her period of influence?
  • WHY does this person deserve to be in the
    Revolutionary Hall of Fame (based on your
    research)?

Click here for more instructions
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PROCESS
In your research, you will find the definitions
to the following vocabulary. Declaration of
Independence Articles of Confederation Founding
Father amend colony compromise convention inde
pendence Bill of Rights Preamble hero revolutio
nary Tory Loyalist Patriot tyrant tariff tra
itor
Click here for famous Americans
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RESOURCE INDEX
Paul Revere Molly Pitcher Nathan Hale Thomas
Jefferson Phillis Wheatley Deborah
Sampson Abigail Adams Ethan Allen Benedict
Arnold Samuel Adams Betsy Ross John Paul Jones
Joseph Brant John Hancock Alexander
Hamilton Dolley Madison James Madison George
Washington Benjamin Franklin Thomas Paine
Benjamin Banneker John Adams Instructions for
World Book Online links
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World Book Link Info
  • If your person has a link to World Book Online,
    do the following
  • Click on the World Book link below their name
  • Wait for it to pull up the Pioneer Online Library
    page
  • When it asks for login, type
  • login pioneer
  • password students
  • Then click on World Book Encyclopedia
  • Then in the search engine, type in the persons
    name
  • It will pull up the information you need on your
    person

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RESOURCES
Nathan Hale Kids History PBS Kids Americas
Library World Book Online Thomas
Jefferson U.S.History Colonial Hall Grolier PBS
Kids  
Paul Revere Revere House Liberty Kids Early
America Molly Pitcher America Library
Army USHistory Hall of Women
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RESOURCES
Phillis Wheatley PBS Kids   Deborah
Sampson Amazing Women PBS Kids Abigail
Adams Grolier PBS Kids Americas Library World
Book Online
Ethan Allen PBS Kids World Book Online   Benedict
Arnold U.S. History PBS Kids World Book
Online   Samuel Adams White House U.S. History
Colonial Hall PBS Kids
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RESOURCES
John Hancock U.S. History Americas Library
Colonial Hall PBS Kids Patrick Henry PBS
Kids World Book Online    Alexander Hamilton
U.S. History NARA Archives Colonial Hall
PBS Kids
Betsy Ross U.S. History World Book Online   John
Paul Jones PBS Kids World Book Online   Joseph
Brant PBS Kids World Book Online  
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RESOURCES
Dolley Madison Grolier World Book Online   James
Madison James Madison Univ. NARA Archives
Grolier PBS Kids   George Washington NARA
Archives Grolier PBS PBS Kids
Benjamin Franklin U.S. History U.S. History
NARA Archives Colonial Hall PBS
Kids   Thomas Paine U.S. History PBS Kids
World Book Online   Benjamin Banneker
World Book Online Profusion.com
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RESOURCES
John Adams U.S. History Colonial Hall
Grolier PBS Kids
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EVALUATION
Hot Seat Activity Guidelines
Hot Seat Activity Rubric
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CONCLUSION
Hall of Fame Award Recipient
Write a letter, nominating your Founding Father
as a Hall of Fame Award Recipient. Based on your
research, give 3 unique reasons of what your
person did during the Revolutionary period to
help the founding of this country. Let the class
know why your person should be included in the
Hall of Fame.
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PEOPLE
Paul Revere Molly Pitcher Nathan Hale Thomas
Jefferson Phillis Wheatley Deborah
Sampson Abigail Adams Ethan Allen Benedict
Arnold Samuel Adams Betsy Ross John Paul Jones
Joseph Brant John Hancock Alexander
Hamilton Dolley Madison James Madison George
Washington Benjamin Franklin Thomas Paine
Benjamin Banneker
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