French and Indian War History For Humans
French and Indian War Lesson
French and Indian War Video Lesson
French and Indian War Quiz
French and Indian War map activity
French and Indian War History For Humans
French and Indian War

French and Indian War

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Seven Years War Video Lesson!

These resources go with this episode on "How the French and Indian War led to the American Revolution".

As students watch they complete an interactive note-sheet with fill-in-the-blanks, comprehension and critical thinking questions, and a thinking map.  The driving question of the video is 'why did the French and Indian War lead to the American Revolutionary War?" The video teaches how George Washington's initial attack against French forces sparked this war. It covers a few major battles- at Fort Duquesne, the Battle of Quebec and Montreal that led to the British victory. It covers the Treaty of Paris and how the French were removed from North America but how Pontiac's Rebellion led to the Proclamation of 1763 and why the colonists were enraged by it. Lastly, it teaches how the huge debt from the war led to taxes that sparked protest and rebellion that would usher in the revolution.

The video helps visual learners with on-screen text of the main ideas and vocab, powerful images, and it reviews the important concepts to ensure comprehension. Cut the lecture and spend more time working with students and supporting their learning with this video lesson! ✅

 After the French and Indian War video, students can complete a quick quiz to check for understanding. There is a PDF for print our or a Google Form auto-graded quiz as well. Then, there is an optional extension activity where students analyze three maps showing territorial claims in North America before and after the war and one on Pontiac's Rebellion and answer questions on them. The activity will help to build geography and mapping skills! Engaging and approachable for diverse learners!

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