Application & Analysis
a three dimensional timeline which begins on June 7, 1776 and shows
the chronology of events for the Declaration of Independence from
the first idea to the publishing for every state by Mary Katherine
have been asked to represent your state and sign the newly developed
Declaration of Independence but you are not sure you should. What
reasons might you have for not signing this new document? Write an
editorial for the newspaper to explain why someone may not want to
sign this document.
at each section of the Declaration of Independence. Create a
windowpane to discuss the purpose of each section.
Declaration of Independence is titled: The unanimous Declaration
of the thirteen united States of America. There are some very
important words here that carefully chosen for their meaning. Create
a speech about what this simple yet meaningful statement means.
Synthesis & Evaluation
there ever been an occasion when you would like to declare
independence from someone or something? Think about why you wanted
to do this and outline your own Declaration of Independence for
the situation. Follow the same format as the Declaration of
Independence of 1776.
and with the help of your classmates perform a play about the
designing and signing of the Declaration of Independence and its
implications for the thirteen united States.