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American Revolution – A Movement to Freedom

by  Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

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What was life like for those who fought in the American Revolution? What were the perspectives of the different people living in the colonies at that time – Virginia farm families, artisans, enslaved people and American Indians to name a few? Through inquiry-based exploration of artifacts and primary source documents, students gain a better understanding of the American Revolution and the important roles individuals and groups played in winning independence from England.


To book or for more information, please contact:
Sally Stook
(757) 243-4391
distancelearning1@jyf.virginia.gov 

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About This Program

Cost

By Request: $125.00


$50 for Virginia Schools!

Length

45min-1hour


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Adult LearnersPublic Library: Library Patrons

Minimum participants:

5

Maximum participants:

35


Primary Disciplines

Social Studies/History


Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Google Meet, Cisco WebEx, GoToMeeting, Microsoft Teams, Blue Jeans, etc...)
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Provider's Cancellation Policy

Please give 48 hours’ notice of cancellation to avoid fee. There will be no charge for cancellations due to inclement weather or school closings.

About This Provider

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Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

Williamsburg , VA
United States

The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation shall foster through its living-history museums – Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown – an awareness and understanding of the early history, settlement, and development of the United States through the convergence of American Indian, European, and African cultures and the enduring legacies bequeathed to the nation.

Contact:
Sally Stook
distancelearning1@jyf.virginia.gov
757-243-4391

Program Details

Format

1. This program will begin with an introduction and discussion of mercantilism and daily life in the colonies.
2. We will discuss the importance of agriculture in Virginia and its influence on the institution of slavery.
3. We will discuss the dissatisfaction over new restrictions and taxes put in place by the British.
4. We then will discover the roles of Virginians in the American Revolution.
5. We will discuss the colonial victory and will end with a Question and Answer session.

Objectives

· The students will demonstrate knowledge of life in colonial Virginia and how money, barter, and credit were used.

· The students will demonstrate an understanding of life in the Virginia colony by explaining the importance of agriculture and its influence on the institution of slavery.

· Dissatisfaction over new restrictions and taxes put in place by the British was a call for citizen action to demonstrate resistance against the British government.

· The students will demonstrate an understanding of the role of Virginia in the American Revolution by identifying the various roles of American Indians, whites, enslaved African-Americans, free African-Americans and women in the Revolutionary War era.

· The colonial victory in the Revolutionary War was made possible by strong military leadership and effective diplomacy

Standards Alignment

National Standards

VA Sol's: SOL VS 4, 4D, SOL VS 4a, SOL VS 5, SOL VS 5b, SOL VS 5c
USI.6, USI.5

State Standards

Virginia
Virginia SOLs: VS.1; VS.4, VS.5; USI.1; USI.5; USI.6.