Social Class in Revolutionary America

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Even though the availability of land gave American colonists more self-determination than their European cousins, there were still class divisions. How these differences were overcome as the Revolution approached is explore in this enlightening program. 

The program explores the roles and relationships that existed in Colonial times. It identifies major differences in culture, customs and society of the Native Americans and the English colonists. It explores beliefs, customs and values in Revolutionary America. Historical accuracy and high production value make this series a great addition to any Social Studies classroom.

Use this video to support ELA Grade 4 Module 2A where students learn about what life was like in Colonial America.

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