The Declaration of Independence 5 Ws
Värskendatud: 12/31/2020
The Declaration of Independence 5 Ws
Leiate selle storyboard järgmistes esemed ja vahendid:
Valentine's Day Activities

Kasuta Storyboard That Aastaringselt

Autor Emily Swartz

Igaüks, kes teab mulle teada ma olen planeerija. Mulle meeldib planeerida mu lõunasööke nädala, kus ma lähen minu järgmise puhkuse, ja isegi, mida kingitused Ma annan sünnipäevad / puhkepäevad, mõnikord kuud ette. Kas teile meeldib teha tulevikuplaane liiga? Sul õnne! Olen kokku pandud kalendri Storyboard That 's Holiday tunnikavad (kõik sh õpilase tegevust), nii et saate planeerida oma õppetunde kõigile eelseisva puhkuse ...


Check out some of our other educational blog posts!


Süžeeskeem Kirjeldus

5 Ws of The Declaration of Independence facts

Süžeeskeem Tekst

  • WHO WROTE IT?
  • WHY WAS IT WRITTEN?
  • Declaration of Independence 1776
  • WHAT DID IT SAY?
  • We must declare INDEPENDENCE!
  • The king is not our better!
  • The Declaration was written, drafted, edited, and composed by several key figures of the Revolution. Among these were John Adams, John Livingston, and Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson, however, would become the primary drafter.
  • The Declaration was written for several reasons. It first stated the belief of the colonists in natural rights, liberties, and freedoms. It declared independence from Great Britain, while also listing and explaining grievances against the British Empire.
  • The Declaration stated that "all men are created equal". It further explained that "they are endowed by their creator certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness". Colonists felt entitled to these freedoms, so they were declaring independence from Great Britain.
  • WHERE WAS IT WRITTEN?
  • INDEPENDENCE HALL
  • 5 Ws: THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
  • WHEN WAS IT WRITTEN?
  • 1776
  • When in the Course of human events...
  • The Declaration was written, finalized, and signed at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was also here that the Continental Congress would set forth plans for their newly independent nation.
  • The Declaration was composed by several authors over a series of weeks beginning in May of 1776. However, the finalized draft was issued to the Continental Congress and passed voting on July 2nd, 1776. The finalized draft was sent to publication on July 4th, 1776.