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African Americans in the American Revolution. Kevin Bartell , Brian Papenheim , Bill Turgeon. Brief Description of Topic -and- Why We Chose It. A brief overview of two African Americans and their contributions to the cause of American independence.

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    1. African Americans in the American Revolution Kevin Bartell, Brian Papenheim, Bill Turgeon

    2. Brief Description of Topic-and-Why We Chose It • A brief overview of two African Americans and their contributions to the cause of American independence. • We chose this topic because it is an “outside the box” topic that, due to pacing, is often overlooked and/or gone over very quickly.

    3. Phyllis Wheatley To the King’s Most Excellent Majesty YOUR subjects hope, dread Sire--The crown upon your brows may flourish long,And that your arm may in your God be strong!O may your sceptre num'rous nations sway,And all with love and readiness obey!But how shall we the British king reward!Rule thou in peace, our father, and our lord!Midst the remembrance of thy favours past,The meanest peasants most admire the lastMay George, beloved by all the nations round,Live with heav'ns choicest constant blessings crown'd!Great God, direct, and guard him from on high,And from his head let ev'ry evil fly!And may each clime with equal gladness seeA monarch's smile can set his subjects free! www.poemhunter.com Library of Congress

    4. What important details do you see in the picture on the left? (Close Reading) • What is the point of view of the poem on the right? (Sourcing) • What was going on when these sources were created? (Contextualizing)

    5. Crispus Attucks ushistory.org

    6. What event is taking place in the picture on the right? Who is the person in the picture on the left? (Contextualizing) • When do you think the picture on the right was created? (Sourcing) • What is different about the picture on the right from other pictures of this event? What is the overall message of the picture? (Close Reading)

    7. Corroborating • What do these two people have in common? 2. What contributions did these people make to the cause of American independence? 3. What can you know about these people, given these sources?

    8. Assessment (Exit Ticket) • Without these sources, would these two African Americans have been remembered by future generations in history? • How did source #1 (Phyllis Wheatley) affect the buildup to the American Revolution? • How did source #2 (Crispus Attucks) affect the perception of the Boston Massacre?