Title: Historical Inquiry and Analysis
Subject: Social Studies
Strand: American History
This cluster includes the following benchmarks.
Related Access Points
This cluster includes the following access points.
Use primary and secondary resources to understand history, such as letters, newspapers, audio or video recordings, pictures, photographs, and maps.
Complete a timeline to sequence important events in American history.
Use primary and secondary resources related to history, such as letters, video recordings, photographs, pictures, and maps.
Sequence events to match dates on a timeline about American history.
Recognize artifacts, photographs, or video recordings related to people or events from the past.
Sequence pictures that show events about America.
Vetted resources educators can use to teach the concepts and skills in this topic.
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Yorktown: Now or Never:
View a 10-part video on the Battle of Yorktown, the culminating battle of the Revolutionary War. With French aid, George Washington led American troops to a victory that ensured American independence.
In addition to the video, you will find primary source documents and a graphic organizer to help you analyze the Battle of Yorktown in greater detail.
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