What qualities made George Washington an effective military leader? How were the responsibilities of the Commander-in-Chief affected by conditions during the Revolutionary War?
Students examine Washington's ability to handle a wide range of problems during his time as Commander-in-chief.
In this lesson, students examine Washington as a military leader and explore some of the difficulties he faced during the Revolutionary War.
It was almost expected in the world of the late 18th century that the leader of a great military victory would be amply rewarded. But Washington refused any such reward. in this lesson, students examine Washington's resolve to refuse power in exchange for his leadership.
Students gain an understanding of the significant role the First Family plays in representing the nation.