Frederick/Revolution

by juliantech
Last updated 9 years ago

Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Writing

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Frederick/Revolution

Change

While this is a simple little story with delightful pictures that you might read to a younger sibling, the ideas suggested by the story relate to a number of universal themes. For our purposes we will discuss change. Choose one of the generalizations included here to discuss the story and your own experiences with change as well as your reflections about the impact of this theme on the events of the American Revolution.

Change leads to change. What changes in the story forced change on the community in which Frederick lived? Has change ever forced you to make changes? What events leading up to outbreak of war forced colonists to take a stand one way or another? What events do you see in the world today where change is forcing people to make changes in their situation? Write an essay, document your travel observations in the historic triangle or create a glogster about your discoveries regarding this generalization.

Change is inevitable. Was change inevitable in the story of Frederick? What choices were available throughout? Were there any choices? Is change inevitable in your life? What choices do you have? Was the American Revolution inevitable? Write an essay, document your travel observations in the historic triangle or create a glogster about your discoveries regarding this generalization.

Change helps us to grow. What growth did you see in Frederick or in his community? What growth have you seen in yourself as a result of change? What growth was evident as a result of the American Revolution? Describe specific changes that were the result of the war. As in the other two generalizations, you have the option of writing an essay, documenting your travel discoveries or creating a glogster that addresses these issues.


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