Considering the perspectives of various stakeholders—European colonial men and women, enslaved Africans, and native peoples—students explore the complex factors that led to rebellion, war, and, ultimately, the independence of the United States.
Engaging Students in Contested Issues: The Choices Approach
Round Rock, TX
Our workshops are completely interactive, so be ready to be engaged and inspired!
Participants will be immersed in The American Revolution: Experiences of Rebellion unit and will examine parts of Westward Expansion: A New History unit. Both units are provided. Participants will discuss ways to adapt these units to specific classroom goals. A review of free resources available from the Choices Program, as well as a sneak preview of new Choices U.S. history units will also be provided.Hosted by Cedar Valley Middle School
Workshop includes the two curriculum units, lunch, and a certificate of completion.
U.S. History and geography teachers are the main audience. Texas History teachers will also find the material relevant. Materials are appropriate for grades 7-12. Humanities teachers often use our materials and are encouraged to attend.