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1. If you were alive during the American Revolution and you were a colonist that had traveled from England, would you have been a loyalist or a patriot? Please give specific reasons in your paragraph answer. YOUR ANSWER GOES HERE ----> 2. Why do you think that the two sides ended up using violence (war)? Was it effective? Do you think they shouldn't have gone to war/engaged in those battles? YOUR ANSWER GOES HERE ----> 3. How else can people solve conflicts? What are some examples from the American Revolution that show how we can solve conflict without violence? How do you solve conflict without violence in YOUR life? YOUR ANSWER GOES HERE ---->

Lyndsay Healey

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Loyalist or Patriot?

You've spent a lot of time thinking about and learning about the American Revolution. I am curious to know how you feel about the two different sides: Patriots and Loyalists. Please add a note to this activity and answer in three full paragraphs (using examples and specific details). You can use any of the books or resources in the classroom to add detail to your answers. USE FULL SENTENCES and punctuation. 1. If you were alive during the American Revolution and you were a colonist that had traveled from England, would you have been a loyalist or a patriot? Please give specific reasons in your paragraph answer. 2. Why do you think that the two sides ended up using violence (war)? Was it effective? Do you think they shouldn't have gone to war/engaged in those battles? 3. How else can people solve conflicts? What are some examples from the American Revolution that show how we can solve conflict without violence? How do you solve conflict without violence in YOUR life?

4th Grade, Social Studies
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