02.04 Declaring Independence
Remember the Ladies Graphic OrganizerPlease use this graphic organizer as an aid to complete the assignment.Directions: 1. Here is a work file of a lesson plan that you may use. Copy and paste this page in a word processing document of your choice. You may have to set your document to landscape in order in ensure that all information is included. Remember to save your file in rich text format (.rtf). Of course, if you prefer to use some creativity, you may do so. Just be sure to include everything that is included in the rubric below. 2. As you read, write key ideas and phrases from the text into the first column that you find interesting or puzzling. If you are using text from a book, highlight or underline those key ideas as you read, or mark them with sticky notes before transferring them to the first column of the chart. 3. Think and React: think about what each key ideas means to you, why the author may have included it, and what connections you can make to it. What reactions do you have? (Note: You can add additional ideas from the lesson.) Ideas from Text: Key Words & Phrases
| My Reactions, Thoughts, Feelings, and/or Connections
1. What are some of the key ideas of the letters between John and Abigail Adams? 2. What does Abigail Adams threaten to do if women are not given representation in the new laws of the land? 3. What other groups, besides women, does John Adams claim are demanding more freedoms from the government? What do these groups have in common with women? 4. How do you think Abigail Adams felt when she read her husband's letter? 5. John Adams was on the committee to help write the Declaration of Independence. The second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, states that: "We hold these truths to be self–evident: that all men are created equal...". Who do you think John Adams and the other signers of the Declaration of Independence were referring to by "all men"? 6. Was...
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