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CWarren The American Revolution 2015

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Transcript of CWarren The American Revolution 2015

A British soldier
The Marquis de Lafayette
The Surrender at Yorktown! The Americans win!!
The British try to go South, where there is more loyalist support.
Washington Crossing the Delaware
But before help arrives, Washington's men suffer greatly through the winter.
Hessian soldiers from Germany, hired by the British to fight the Americans.
The Treaty of Paris 1783
The American Revolution is officially over!
Continental Soldiers
Skip some space and add a subtitle "The Winter at Valley Forge"
Skip some space and make a new title "Battle of Saratoga" (left side)
The American Revolution
The title of your notes will appear next.
Write the Title next to "Topic" on your note sheet. All of your directions for this Prezi will appear in red.

Make a new title in the left column of your cornell note sheet
"Advantages and Disadvantages"
Always underline your titles.
You will write titles and questions in the left column, make bullet point notes and answer the questions in the right column of your notes. You may have to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense:
Name one American Strength -
Name one American Weakness -
Name one British strength -
Name one British weakness -
Examine the map and chart below.
....write the questions or reword in your own words.
use good understandable phrases. I will check and make you do it over, so don't be sloppy!!
In the left column of your notes, enter the Title "Reading Questions." Write the following questions: How was Mary Ludwig Hays and Deborah Sampson significant? Write your answers in the right column of your notes

• America suffered losses at the beginning.

• Washington was chased out of New Jersey.

• The men’s self-esteem dropped and feared losing the war.
Skip some space and add a title in the left column - "Early Stages of the War" then copy the bullet notes from below in the right column across from it.
Read the following paragraphs to understand how Washington won back the trust of his men, then bullet point notes on the right side of your note sheet.
Skip some space and add the following title (left side) "Washington Fights Back" (Don't forget to underline all titles)
• Surprised the Hessians (hired soldiers)

• Battle of Trenton

• Crossed the Delaware River

• Retook NJ

• Troops had faith in him again
Add the following bullets to your right column if you did not already.
Write the questions in the left column, make bullets and answer them in the right column of your notes. You may have to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense.
Where did the battle take place?
Why did the British want to capture the Hudson River Valley?
...write the questions or rephrase in your own words.
It will be faster if you write in complete sentences
or in good understandable phrases. I will check and make you do it over, so don't be sloppy!!
How did the Americans stop the British general Burgoyne?
Who won this battle?
What happened as a result of this battle?(describe well)
What was Benjamin Franklin's role in this war? (describe well)
You do not need to answer the questions that appear in the video, but you should think about them as you watch.
Skip some space in your notes, and add the picture's title as a stand alone sentence in the left column.
Skip some space, and add a new title
on the left - "A Frenchman and a Prussian"
Make bullets and add to your notes on the right. You
may have
to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense.

Write and underline Marquis de Lafayette on the left and take notes on who he was and how he helped the Americans on the right.
Write and underline Baron Friedrich Von Steuben on the left and take notes on who he was and how he helped the Americans on the right.
Write the question on the left, and answer on the right.
Write the questions from the map on the left, and answer on the right.
In the fall of 1781, a combined American force of Colonial and French troops laid seige to the British Army at Yorktown, Virginia. Led by George Washington and French General Comte de Rochambeau, they began their final attack on October 14th, capturing two British defenses and leading to the surrender, just days later, of British General Lord Corwallis and nearly 9,000 troops. Yorktown proved to be the final battle of the American Revolution, and the British began peace negotiations shortly after the American victory.
Skip some space, add the subtitle on the right "The Battle of Yorktown" Write the questions on the right side, and answer as bulleted notes on the left side.
What two forces battle the British?
Why is this battle significant?
Watch the video, and add any important information to your notes! Almost Done!!
Add a title "Treaty of Paris 1783" to the left side, then add the following bullets to your notes. Answer on the right.
What was the Treaty of Paris?
What 3 things did it decide?
You're finished!! You are a History beast! You're fantastic and wonderful!!
Read :)
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Write the questions or rephrase in the left column, Make bullets and answer the questions in the right column. You may have to write in
complete sentences
for your facts to make sense.
What challenges did the Continental Army face at Valley Forge? (name several)
What happened to the survivors of Valley Forge?
What does that say about those American soldiers?
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