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The Boston Tea Party: American Colonists Protest New British Taxes by Throwing Tea in Boston Harbour: 12/16/1773

2 Lessons

1 hour 40 minutes 0 Enrolled


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  • Materials:
  • historical documents about "The Boston Tea Party ",
  • video projector/interactive whiteboard,
  • laptop with Internet connection,
  • tablet/smartphone for each student (with screen reader apps activated for students with visual im-pairment/dyslexia),
  • Power Point presentation


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  • Outcomes :
  • The students will use different resources and tools to obtain, select, creatively use the data about the Boston Tea Party, combining knowledge from different domains: history, cartog-raphy , design , art, IT.
  • They will make opinions regarding the consequences of the studied events.

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives :
  • 1. The students will get basic knowledge about some of the causes, participants, location and consequences of the Boston Tea Party
  • 2. The students will place information about the Boston Tea Party in the temporal and geo-graphical context
  • 3. The students will research and create the scenario, costumes and stage for a short play about Boston Tea Party .
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