Monday, December 13, 2010

Interactive Lessons on the Revolutionary War

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http://www.teachingamericanhistory.org/neh/interactives/americanrevolution/


Found this site on Free Tech For Teachers:

Teaching American History has published an intereactive history of the American Revolutionary War.  Users are presented with an interactive map that takes them on a chronological journey through the major battles & turning points in the War for Independence.  A brief quiz and text-based descriptions are offered at each "stop" along with links to external site so students can gather more information.  (*I did find a number of inactive or "broken" links, though.)   This would be a great site to help kids review important events in the American War for Independence.

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