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1 Paul Revere QR Codes Bulletin Board Posters Pre-Reading Graphic Organizer Nonfiction Reading Passage Comprehension Questions PowerPoint Jeopardy Game Close Reading Text Constructed Response Question Character Traits Graphic Organizer Timeline Graphic Organizers Visual Literacy Activities Note Taking Graphic Organizer Vocabulary Word Splash Vocabulary Flip Book Writing Publishing Paper PebbleGo Graphic Organizer Bulletin Board Vocabulary Cards Mini-Book Printable Famous American Unit

2 In this packet, you will find Page Title How to use the resource in your classroom 3-6 Wall & Journal Posters There are two different posters you can choose from to print and display on your bulletin board. Both posters are also included with blank spots for students to take notes and make their own posters if desired. 7 Ask & Answer Questions Give this page to students BEFORE they read the nonfiction passage. This is a great way to set up the purpose of reading for meaning and activate background knowledge and discussion. 8-9 Paul Revere Nonfiction Reading Passage Have students read this passage (or read it aloud to them). Students can use close reading annotations to record their thinking as they read. The article comes in three versions: Two pages, one page for student journals (p. 10), or a mini-book foldable (p. 11). 10 Student Journal Version of Passage 11 Mini-book Version of Passage This is the passage on page 8-9 formatted to fit on one page inside a student s composition notebook. This is the passage on page 8-9 formatted so each student can have his or her own personal mini-book Reading Comprehension Questions/ Answer Key You can use these questions to assess students comprehension after reading the passage on page 8-9, or you can do it together as a class to review and summarize the information. These questions can also be answered after reading the student journal version (p. 10) or the mini-book version (p. 11) Timelines/ Answer Key 17 Character Traits Graphic Organizer There are two versions of the timeline for you to choose from. Page 14 is a graphic organizer students write on and page 15 is a timeline that involves cutting and gluing. All of the answers for these timelines can be clearly found in the nonfiction passage. In each box, students should write a word that describes a character trait that Paul Revere displayed. Students can also include an example of how he displayed this trait in the box. 18 Visual Literacy Directions for Teachers This page explains how to use the historical photograph and graphic organizers on page 19, 20, and 21. You can also use any other photograph of your choice if you would like to integrate more visual literacy lessons into your teaching. The graphic organizers on page 20 and 21 will work with any photo. 19 Visual Literacy Picture Share this photo with students. I like to put it on a PowerPoint slide and project it so they can see it clearly and I can save paper Visual Literacy Graphic Organizers 22 QR Research Codes 23 QR Code New Learning Notes Choose one of these graphic organizers to use with your students as they look closely at the photograph. These organizers will help to guide their thinking and be a starting point for collaborative discussions. Students can be given this QR Code page in conjunction with a device to be connected to kid-friendly web information about Paul Revere. I often just print 5 of these pages and tape them around the room for students to scan. This is a great activity for early finishers. Students can use this page to record the new facts they learned about Paul Revere while exploring a QR code. This will help to keep them accountable for their learning. 24 PebbleGo Graphic Organizer This graphic organizer can be used by students to take notes as they explore the biography of Paul Revere on PebbleGo. Once they fill in the graphic organizer, I have my students use the publishing paper (page 25) to write what they learned about him in their own words. 25 Writing Paper Use this paper with any writing activity you have your students complete about Paul Revere. 26 Vocabulary Flip Book Use this flip book template to teach the important vocabulary words you want your students to master during your unit on Paul Revere Vocabulary Cards Add these colorful cards to your bulletin board about Paul Revere. 30 Vocabulary Splash Coloring Page This page is a fun way to review the vocabulary words associated with Paul Revere Close Reading Plan, Text, & Constructed Response / Sample On these four pages you will find a close reading plan (for 4 reads), close reading text, a constructed response question with a graphic organizer, and a sample constructed response answer. This reading can be done in one day, or you can spread them out over several days and end with the written response. Runnin on Literacy Lovin

3 Successful silversmith Disliked the way the British treated the colonists Member of the Sons of Liberty Participated in The Boston Tea Party Rode on horseback to warn the colonists that the British were coming Was captured by the British and then escaped Fought during the American Revolution A famous poem was written about him titled, Paul Revere s Ride

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5 Successful silversmith Disliked the way the British treated the colonists Member of the Sons of Liberty Participated in The Boston Tea Party Rode on horseback to warn the colonists that the British were coming Was captured by the British and then escaped Fought during the American Revolution A famous poem was written about him titled, Paul Revere s Ride

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7 Name Date Ask & Answer Questions 1. Before you read the passage, write down five questions that you have about Paul Revere in the My Question column. 2. Read the passage. If you find the answer to one of your questions while you are reading, stop and write it in the Answer column. 3. Think about how you knew you found the answer to each question and explain your reasoning in the How I Answered My Question column. My question Answer How I Answered My Question

8 Name Date Paul Revere Paul Revere was born in December of 1734 in Boston, Massachusetts. Paul s father was a silversmith, which meant that he shaped gold and silver into objects that people could use like cups, bowls, and silverware. Paul grew up to be a talented silversmith just like his father. When Paul was growing up, England controlled the 13 American Colonies. Paul grew to dislike the British. He did not like how the colonists were forced to pay taxes to the British. Due to the high taxes, Paul s silversmith business slowed down because people could not afford to buy his products. Paul Revere soon became active in the Sons of Liberty. This was a political group of American Patriots who wanted liberty, or freedom, for the colonies. In 1773, the Sons of Liberty protested the tax that the British had put on tea. They went onto boats in the Boston Harbor and threw all of the tea on board into the water. This protest was called the Boston Tea Party. In April of 1775 the British Army was stationed in Boston and there were rumors that they were going to attack the leaders of the Sons of Liberty and other American Patriots. The Sons of Liberty watched the British closely so they could warn the colonists if an attack was to begin. A portrait of Paul Revere

9 There were two main riders who had the job of warning Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington if they saw the British coming. The first rider was Paul Revere. His job was to go across the Charles River to Charlestown and then to Lexington. The second rider was William Dawes who would take a different route. They planned to take different routes with the hopes of one of them making it there safely to warn Adams and Hancock. There were also other riders that Revere and Dawes would tell along the way so they could pass the warning on to other locations. There was one other warning system that Paul Revere organized just in case none of the riders made it with the message. Robert Newman would set lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church to alert the colonists in Charleston. He would put one lantern if the British were coming by land and two lanterns if they were coming by sea. On the night of April 18, 1775, the British began to move. They were coming to Lexington by sea through the Charles River. Dr. Joseph Warren told Revere and Dawes the news and the two of them took off on horseback. Revere was the first to arrive in Lexington and Dawes made it shortly after. They warned John Hancock and Samuel Adams. They decided to ride toward Concord to warn the soldiers there. However, they were captured by British soldiers. They managed to escape and Paul Revere walked back to where John Hancock was staying so he could help Hancock and his family flee. Paul Revere s ride helped the colonists prepare to fight the British. Paul Revere fought during the American Revolution. After the war he went back to his silversmith business in Boston and he was very successful. He died on May 10, He did not become a famous name until 1861 when Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem, Paul Revere s Ride.

10 Student Journal Version This version of the passage is formatted to fit perfectly inside a composition journal. Just cut around the black frame and it s ready to be glued inside! Paul Revere Paul Revere was born in December of 1734 in Boston, Massachusetts. Paul s father was a silversmith, which meant that he shaped gold and silver into objects that people could use like cups, bowls, and silverware. Paul grew up to be a talented silversmith just like his father. When Paul was growing up, England controlled the 13 American Colonies. Paul grew to dislike the British. He did not like how the colonists were forced to pay taxes to the British. Due to the high taxes, Paul s silversmith business slowed down because people could not afford to buy his products. Paul Revere soon became active in the Sons of Liberty. This was a political group of American Patriots who wanted liberty, or freedom, for the colonies. In 1773, the Sons of Liberty protested the tax that the British had put on tea. They went onto boats in the Boston Harbor and threw all of the tea on board into the water. This protest was called the Boston Tea Party. In April of 1775 the British Army was stationed in Boston and there were rumors that they were going to attack the leaders of the Sons of Liberty and other American Patriots. The Sons of Liberty watched the British closely so they could warn the colonists if an attack was to begin. There were two main riders who had the job of warning Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington if they saw the British coming. The first rider was Paul Revere. His job was to go across the Charles River to Charlestown and then to Lexington. The second rider was William Dawes who would take a different route. They planned to take different routes with the hopes of one of them making it there safely to warn Adams and Hancock. There were also other riders that Revere and Dawes would tell along the way so they could pass the warning on to other locations. There was one other warning system that Paul Revere organized just in case none of the riders made it with the message. Robert Newman would set lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church to alert the colonists in Charleston. He would put one lantern if the British were coming by land and two lanterns if they were coming by sea. On the night of April 18, 1775, the British began to move. They were coming to Lexington by sea through the Charles River. Dr. Joseph Warren told Revere and Dawes the news and the two of them took off on horseback. Revere was the first to arrive in Lexington and Dawes made it shortly after. They warned John Hancock and Samuel Adams. They decided to ride toward Concord to warn the soldiers there. However, they were captured by British soldiers. They managed to escape and Paul Revere walked back to where John Hancock was staying so he could help Hancock and his family flee. Paul Revere s ride helped the colonists prepare to fight the British. Paul Revere fought during the American Revolution. After the war he went back to his silversmith business in Boston and he was very successful. He died on May 10, He did not become a famous name until 1861 when Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem, Paul Revere s Ride.

11 On the night of April 18, 1775, the British began to move. They were coming to Lexington by sea through the Charles River. Dr. Joseph Warren told Revere and Dawes the news and the two of them took off on horseback. Revere was the first to arrive in Lexington and Dawes made it shortly after. They warned John Hancock and Samuel Adams. They decided to ride toward Concord to warn the soldiers there. However, they were captured by British soldiers. They managed to escape and Paul Revere walked back to where John Hancock was staying so he could help Hancock and his family flee. Paul Revere s ride helped the colonists prepare to fight the British. Paul Revere Paul Revere fought for the British army during the American Revolution. After the war he went back to his silversmith business in Boston and he was very successful. He died on May 10, He did not become a famous name until 1861 when Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem, Paul Revere s Ride. 3 Name Paul Revere was born in December of 1734 in Boston, Massachusetts. Paul s father was a silversmith, which meant that he shaped gold and silver into objects that people could use like cups, bowls, and silverware. Paul grew up to be a talented silversmith just like his father. In April of 1775 the British Army was stationed in Boston and there were rumors that they were going to attack the leaders of the Sons of Liberty and other American Patriots. The Sons of Liberty watched the British closely so they could warn the colonists if an attack was to begin. When Paul was growing up, England controlled the 13 American Colonies. Paul grew to dislike the British. He did not like how the colonists were forced to pay taxes to the British. Due to the high taxes, Paul s silversmith business slowed down because people could not afford to buy his products. Paul Revere soon became active in the Sons of Liberty. This was a political group of American Patriots who wanted liberty, or freedom, for the colonies. In 1773, the Sons of Liberty protested the tax that the British had put on tea. They went onto boats in the Boston Harbor and threw all of the tea on board into the water. This protest was called the Boston Tea Party. There were two main riders who had the job of warning Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington if they saw the British coming. The first rider was Paul Revere. His job was to go across the Charles River to Charlestown and then to Lexington. The second rider was William Dawes who would take a different route. They planned to take different routes with the hopes of one of them making it there safely to warn Adams and Hancock. There also were other riders that Revere and Dawes would tell along the way so they could pass the warning on to other locations. There was one other warning system that Paul Revere organized just in case none of the riders made it. Robert Newman would set lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church to alert the colonists in Charleston. He would put one lantern if the British were coming by land and two lanterns if 1 they were coming by sea. 2

12 Name Date Paul Revere Reading Comprehension Questions 1. Revere and his father had the same career. What were they? a. silversmiths b. soldiers c. factory workers d. political officers 2. Why did Paul dislike the British? a. he did not like how they parked their boats in the Boston Harbor b. his father taught him that the British were unfair people c. he did not like how the colonists were forced to pay the British taxes d. none of the above 3. Due to the high taxes that were charged to the colonists, what happened to Revere s business? a. his sales slowed down b. people could afford more of his products c. the British purchased large orders of silver d. he made so much money that he retired 4. Who were the Sons of Liberty? a. the sons of British leaders b. Paul Revere s brothers c. a group of political leaders who wanted people to pay higher taxes d. a political group of American Patriots who wanted liberty for the colonies 5. Which was the protest called that took place in 1775 against the British? a. The Boston Tax War b. The Boston Revolt c. The Boston Tea Party d. none of the above 6. Who were the two main riders who had the job of warning Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington if they saw the British coming? a. Paul Revere and Dr. Joseph Warren b. Paul Revere and William Dawes c. Paul Revere and John Hancock d. Paul Revere and Robert Newman 7. How many lanterns was Robert Newman to hang in the steeple of Old North Church if the British were coming by sea? a. none b. one c. two d. three 8. What happened after Revere decided to ride toward Concord to warn the soldiers there? a. he was captured by the British, but escaped b. he made it there without being seen c. he got off his horse and decided to walk d. none of the above 9. Why was Paul Revere s ride so important? a. he helped the colonists prepare to fight the British b. a poem was written about him c. he was the fastest person on horseback d. he was able to stop the British from collecting taxes 10. How did Paul Revere become a famous name in 1861? a. his silversmith products were sold all around the word b. a book was written about him c. a poem was written about him d. he was awarded the Medal of Accomplishment

13 Name Date Paul Revere Reading Comprehension Questions Answer Key 1. Revere and his father had the same career. What were they? a. silversmiths b. soldiers c. factory workers d. political officers 2. Why did Paul dislike the British? a. he did not like how they parked their boats in the Boston Harbor b. his father taught him that the British were unfair people c. he did not like how the colonists were forced to pay the British taxes d. none of the above 3. Due to the high taxes that were charged to the colonists, what happened to Revere s business? a. his sales slowed down b. people could afford more of his products c. the British purchased large orders of silver d. he made so much money that he retired 4. Who were the Sons of Liberty? a. the sons of British leaders b. Paul Revere s brothers c. a group of political leaders who wanted people to pay higher taxes d. a political group of American Patriots who wanted liberty for the colonies 5. Which was the protest called that took place in 1775 against the British? a. The Boston Tax War b. The Boston Revolt c. The Boston Tea Party d. none of the above 6. Who were the two main riders who had the job of warning Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington if they saw the British coming? a. Paul Revere and Dr. Joseph Warren b. Paul Revere and William Dawes c. Paul Revere and John Hancock d. Paul Revere and Robert Newman 7. How many lanterns was Robert Newman to hang in the steeple of Old North Church if the British were coming by sea? a. none b. one c. two d. three 8. What happened after Revere decided to ride toward Concord to warn the soldiers there? a. he was captured by the British, but escaped b. he made it there without being seen c. he got off his horse and decided to walk d. none of the above 9. Why was Paul Revere s ride so important? a. he helped the colonists prepare to fight the British b. a poem was written about him c. he was the fastest person on horseback d. he was able to stop the British from collecting taxes 10. How did Paul Revere become a famous name in 1861? a. his silversmith products were sold all around the word b. a book was written about him c. a poem was written about him d. he was awarded the Medal of Accomplishment

14 Name Paul Revere Timeline Date Using the passage, locate the years in the timeline below. Write down the important event that occurred and draw a quick sketch that will help you remember the information. Date Event Quick Sketch

15 Name Date Paul Revere Timeline Cut out the events on the dotted lines at the bottom of the page. Then, glue them where they belong on the timeline below Cut on the solid black line above. Then, cut out each square with a dotted line. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem, Paul Revere s Ride Died in Boston, Massachusetts Born in Boston, Massachusetts The Sons of Liberty protested the tax that the British had put on tea during The Boston Tea Party Made his famous ride on horseback warning the colonists that the British were coming

16 Name Date Paul Revere Timeline Answer Key Cut out the events on the dotted lines at the bottom of the page. Then, glue them where they belong on the timeline below. Born in Boston, Massachusetts Made his famous ride on horseback warning the colonists that the British were coming Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem, Paul Revere s Ride The Sons of Liberty protested the tax that the British had put on tea during The Boston Tea Party Died in Boston, Massachusetts

17 Name Date Paul Revere Character Traits In each box, write one character trait that Paul Revere displayed. Then under each word, give an example of how he displayed the trait.

18 Visual Literacy Picture Background Information for Teacher Teacher Directions: Give your students time to observe the picture closely (large image on next page). Give them one of the visual literacy graphic organizers to collect their observations and inferences about what is happening in the picture. After a class discussion, reveal the factual details about the picture (in box below). Image Source: Wikimedia Commons (public domain) Date pictured: April 18, 1775 Description: This drawing was done by an artist to show what it may have looked like during Paul Revere s famous midnight ride. This picture shows Paul Revere on a horse yelling and warning the man in his home that the British were coming. In the background you can see the church steeple that is mentioned in the poem, Paul Revere s Ride written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in Location: Massachusetts Physical Description: Drawing

19 Visual Literacy Picture Image Source: Wikimedia Commons (public domain)

20 Name Visual Literacy Graphic Organizer What do I see? People? Objects? Actions? Date Look closely at the picture and fill in each box with your observations. What does it remind me of? Another photo? A personal experience? Something I ve learned about? What s the artist s purpose? To analyze? Persuade? Express? Document? Inform? Entertain? So What? Why is this photo important?

21 Name Date Visual Literacy Graphic Organizer Step 1: Examine Closely Examine the photograph closely for 2 minutes. Use the chart below to list people, objects, and actions that you notice in the photograph. People Objects Actions Step 2: Make Inferences Based on what you have observed above, list two things you infer about this photograph Step 3: Ask Questions List 2 questions that come to your mind when looking closely at this photograph

22 Name Paul Revere QR Codes Date Scan each QR Code with your device. Use the New Learning Notes page to record what you learn. Liberty Kids Mr. Nussbaum Kids and History Paul Revere House The Midnight Ride Soft Schools Timeline Virtual Map of Paul Revere s Ride

23 Name Date Paul Revere QR Code New Learning Notes Directions: Fill in each box with a new fact you learned from the QR code you scanned. New Fact #1 The QR code I explored was: New Fact #2 New Fact #3

24 Name PebbleGo Information Paul Revere PebbleGo Research Notes What I Learned (In My Own Words) Date Introduction Early Life Life s Work Later Years Contributions

25 The British are coming. One if by land, two if by sea. -Paul Revere

26 Name Date Paul Revere Vocabulary Flip Book Directions: Cut around the entire book. Write one vocabulary word in each rectangle. Cut on the dotted lines. Fold each flap the solid middle line. Open each flap and draw a quick sketch to help you remember the word on left side and write the definition of the word on the right side. Name Date

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31 Name Date Paul Revere s Ride Close Reading Plan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Read 1 Read for the gist Circle unknown or tricky words as you read. Read 2 Read for important information Underline the main idea in each paragraph and information you think is important to remember as you read. Read 3 Read for meaning Stop and jot your personal thoughts, reactions, and questions in the margins as you read. Read 4 Read to find evidence Highlight text evidence that you want to use when answering the constructed response question.

32 Name Date Paul Revere s Ride Below is a portion of the poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Stanza 1, 2, and 13) Listen my children and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. He said to his friend, If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of the North Church tower as a signal light, One if by land, and two if by sea; And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm Through every Middlesex village and farm, For the country folk to be up and to arm. So through the night rode Paul Revere; And so through the night went his cry of alarm To every Middlesex village and farm,--- A cry of defiance, and not of fear, A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door, And a word that shall echo for evermore! For, borne on the night-wind of the Past, Through all our history, to the last, In the hour of darkness and peril and need, The people will waken and listen to hear The hurrying hoof-beats of that steed, And the midnight message of Paul Revere. You can read the entire poem at: Runnin on Literacy Lovin

33 Name Date Paul Revere s Ride Constructed Response How did the lanterns play an important part in Paul Revere s Ride? Use evidence from the poem in your answer. 1. Text Evidence My Explanation 2. Runnin on Literacy Lovin

34 Name Text Evidence 1. If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of the North Church tower as a signal light (Stanza 2, lines 1-4) 2. Paul Revere s Ride Constructed Response Sample How did the lanterns play an important part in Paul Revere s ride? Use evidence from the poem in your answer. One if by land, and two if by sea; And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm (Stanza 2, lines 5-7) Date My Explanation The lantern would be a silent signal to Paul Revere to let him know if the British were marching by land or by sea If Paul saw one lantern, he would know the British were coming by land. If he saw two lanterns, he would know they were coming by sea. Then, he would quickly ride to warn everyone Below is an example of a quality constructed response answer, however, your students responses may vary. When reviewing my students answers, I always look to see if they restated the question, answered the question, included evidence from the text to support their answer, and explained that evidence in their own words. The graphic organizer above will help your students organize the evidence they want to use in their answer and think about what it means in their own words before writing their answer on the lines below. The lanterns played an important part in Paul Revere s ride because he was able to know secretly if the British were coming by land or by sea. In stanza one it says, If the British march by land or sea from the town to-night, hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch of the North Church tower as a signal light. This means that the lanterns gave Paul Revere a silent signal letting him know the important message about which direction the British were coming from. The poem says, One if by land, and two if by sea; and I on the opposite shore will be, ready to ride and spread the alarm. This means that once Paul saw how many lanterns were in the church tower, he would be ready to take off riding and quickly warn the colonists about the direction the British army would be coming from. Runnin on Literacy Lovin

35 Terms of use & Credits: Terms of Use: Copyright 2015 Runnin on Literacy Lovin. All rights reserved. By purchasing this product, you, the purchaser, are granted the right to reproduce pages for one classroom only. Duplication for more than one classroom or sharing with another teacher, grade level, school, or district is strictly forbidden without permission from the author. The fonts used in this product came from: *KG Fonts* *Hello Fonts* The graphics used in this product came from: *Krista Wallden* *EDUCLIPS* *ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH-DESIGNS* The frames used in this product came from: *Miss Giraffe* *Kim s Creations* Historical photographs used in this product came from: *Wikipedia Commons* (public domain) Thanks so much for your purchase!

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