The British Civil War and The Glorious Revolution Digital Unit Study Grade 9

British Civil War Cover

Digital Resources for Use With This Kit:

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The British Civil War and Glorious Revolution Digital Kit Guide

The Children of the New Forest by Frederick Marryat
OR
The Children of the New Forest by Frederick Marryat (Audio Version)

Online Resources:

Discovery Education

Learn 360

Bible Gateway

Additional Information:

Discovery Education and Learn 360 have passwords. You will need to email your child’s teacher for the login information for both sites.

On the next several pages you will find a table with a summary of the reading for each day. After the table you will find detailed day plans with links, videos, activities, and discussion questions.

Important Information: Students will be reading “The Children of the New Forest” by Frederick Marryat. This lovely book was written in 1847 and tells the story of the changing fortunes of the four Beverley children. The novel begins in 1647 and is set against the backdrop of the English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution. It is important for students to have a deeper understanding of the events of the English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution as well as their aftermath. Each day includes recommended activities. It is important that students do the daily recommended activities in order to meet the learning outcomes, build skill, and gain a clearer picture of these important historical events.

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