January 28, 2023
Intermediate
Intermediate
The American Revolution

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

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Our course begins when America was occupied by common ordinary men and women whose only desire was to live their lives in a free society apart from the oppression by the British monarchy of King George III. 

This course is replete with audio-visual aids, printable workbooks, progress assessments, and interactive questions and answers, prepared by qualified instructors. Often, lecturers are dressed in character to portray a more realistic and memorable lesson.

Curriculum

  • 2 Sections
  • 26 Lessons
  • 2 Quizzes
  • 0 Assignments
  • 2h 45m Duration
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The American Revolution Course
17 Lessons0 Quizzes0 Assignments
  1. Taxation Without Representation
  2. The Boston Massacre
  3. The Townshend Acts - Repealed
  4. The Tea Act
  5. The Boston Tea Party
  6. The Intolerable Acts
  7. The Second Continental Congress
  8. The Battles of Lexington and Concord
  9. The Battle of Bunker Hill
  10. The Continental Army
  11. George Washington
  12. King George III
  13. Benedict Arnold
  14. Thomas Paine - Common Sense
  15. The Declaration of Independence
  16. The Battles of Saratoga
  17. U.S. Constitution Facts
Key Individuals and Places of the American Revolution
9 Lessons2 Quizzes0 Assignments
  1. Benjamin Franklin
  2. Thomas Jefferson
  3. Patrick Henry
  4. John Adams
  5. Paul Revere
  6. Marquis de Lafayette
  7. Women of the Revolution - Federer
  8. British Weaponized Smallpox - Federer
  9. The Washington Monument
  10. American Revolution - Quiz #1
  11. American Revolution - Quiz #2
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