9 edition of --if you lived at the time of the American Revolution found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Kay Moore ; illustrated by Daniel O"Leary.|
|Contributions||O"Leary, Daniel, 1963- ill.|
|LC Classifications||E208 .M83 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||98114622|
Much like the Civil War, families were torn apart by this issue, sometimes father against son, and brother against brother. This book is listed for ages but assumed much more pre-knowledge of the american revolution than children that age would have. Since I am using this not only as a history unit, but a language arts as well, I have been doing quite a bit of comprehension work with the stories and books we are reading. Teacher recommends!
They really enjoyed listening to this "different" sort of novel, which showed in the discussion we had afterwards. BOTH sides of the story! There was no real history attached minus some people were loyalists and some were patriots. Thank you! Tell them that you will show them how they can use the organizer to take notes for their poems.
Not every colonist was in favor of war, and many fled for their lives rather than refuse to follow their conscience. The narrator shares facts and statistics with the reader. American Revolution When you have finished sharing the website, repeat this process, modeling note-taking using a different resource, such as a book see Preparation, Step 5.
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Arena on Oct 01, Kay Moore's excellent book is of tremendous value to young students of history because it contributes something rare for younger readers -- some insight into the other side of the story of the American Revolution. Pike on Jan 03, Ordered for homeschooled grandsons.
I read the students a graphic novel, The Boston Tea Party Graphic History affiliate link and they worked on their listening comprehension, as well as note-taking skills. There was no real history attached minus some people were loyalists and some were patriots. Example: both Loyalist and Patriots had homes and property seized and burned- not just Loyalists as the book implies.
Each page asks a question and then answers it related to slavery and life in America during that time. When you have finished sharing the website, repeat this process, modeling note-taking using a different resource, such as a book see Preparation, Step 5.
Inappropiate age range or information By Mother And Reader on May 15, We have other in you books that we really enjoyed while my son learned some history. Either the age range or information contained should be adjusted.
Terribly one sided account of the Revolution. The book is also quite brief. This book is horribly one sided. This was a big mistake to make and one that could easily have been avoided just by double-checking facts. Both sides suffered abuse from the other but the book fails to mention that Patriots also sufferd the same abuse by Loyalists.
Not every colonist was in favor of war, and many fled for their lives rather than refuse to follow their conscience. Great job explaining the revolution for kids By Monique Raymond on Jan 02, I ordered this for two purposes.
They really enjoyed listening to this "different" sort of novel, which showed in the discussion we had afterwards. Assign a historical figure to each student see Preparation, Step 5. It may be that the author confused Lawrence with George's in-laws some of whom --if you lived at the time of the American Revolution book Loyalists, but when writing a historical book, especially one whose purpose is to educate children, correct factual detail is a must.
Teacher recommends! By Sarah Patzloff on Feb 18, I highly recommend this series of books for kids who want to learn about history and better understand what it was like to live back then.
As a middle scho history teacher I found value in this book and actually uses it for an activity in class. While the kids were reading, they had sticky notes. For once, someone has written a story for children that shares both sides of the story: Loyalist and Patriot. You can use the phrases listed on the American Revolution Research Project Sample Organizerhave students volunteer ideas, or do both.
Having been adopted from a Chinese orphanage at the age of 6, she'd had less than 5 years of English language exposure at that point! Bizarre illustrations By Anne Boynton on Apr 03, I had read prior editions of this book and found it helpful for establishing historical context for a more engaging work, as it was quite dry on it's own.Get this from a library!
--if you lived at the time of the American Revolution. [Kay Moore; Daniel O'Leary] -- Describes conditions for the civilians in the colonies during and immediately after the war. Editions for If You Lived At The Time Of The American Revolution: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), If you lived at the time of the American Revolution --What started the American Revolution?
--Did everyone take sides?
--Would you have seen a battle? Beforethirteen colonies in America belonged to England. This book tells about the fight to be free and independent.Pdf 15, · Pdf American Revolution was the period in which America got its independence from Britain; the fighting lasted for 8 straight years.
Just how much do you know about the events that led to this great revolution and what happened to ensure victory? Give the quiz a try and find out/5.Get this from a library! If you lived at the time of the American Revolution. [Kay Moore; Daniel O'Leary] -- Describes conditions for the civilians in the colonies during and immediately after the war.If You Lived at the Time of the American Ebook I teach 5th grade and this book helps my students grasp the concept of the American Revolution.
The book is easy to read and easy to understand.5/5(1).