Colonial America Created By: Jodi Stocker, Jenna Doney, Casey Knaust, Jen Schmidt, Ryan Molitor Unit GoalsColonial America Created By: Jodi Stocker, Jenna Doney, Casey Knaust, Jen Schmidt, Ryan Molitor Unit Goals
Students will know important information about each region of the 13 Colonies: New England, Middle, and Southern
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Thinking about history and geographyThinking about history and geography
The story of Chapter 7 begins in North America in the year 1587. Read the time line below. By the last date, Europeans had established a growing colony in New England. By the middle 1600s, the English, French
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Ap united States History Winneconne High School 2014-2015 Instructor: Mr. Coonen AbstractAp united States History Winneconne High School 2014-2015 Instructor: Mr. Coonen Abstract
Ap united States History is a year-long course designed to provide students the opportunity to experience a college-level course and to prepare students for the ap exam
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Opinion Writing Instructional Sequence Writing PromptOpinion Writing Instructional Sequence Writing Prompt
Prompt: There were many issues that led to the American Revolution. Think about the colonists and what they wanted in the New World. Also, consider what the British wanted from the colonists
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Documents-colonial periodDocuments-colonial period
America's first historians. Writing from England some fifteen years later, about events that he did not personally witness, he tells a tale that had come to him at second hand. What indications of modesty or lack of it are present? What pulled the
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Table of Contens 1 Introduction 2Table of Contens 1 Introduction 2
Indian places. The result proved fatal: Indian lands, then cultivated by the whites, became unsuitable, the number of Indians decreased, there was less food and land, and many natives became demoralized and desperate
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Map ChallengeMap Challenge
Using the maps in this chapter, write a brief essay explaining why the St. Lawrence River valley was the strategic key to control of the whole center of North America
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The ConstitutionThe Constitution
The purpose of this chapter is to introduce students to the historical context within which the United States Constitution was written. After reading and reviewing the material in this chapter, the student should be able to do each of the
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The Road to the American RevolutionThe Road to the American Revolution
To understand the present and make plans for their future, you must first understand the
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The Great AwakeningThe Great Awakening
American Colonies during the first half of the 18th Century. Unlike the somber, largely Puritan spirituality of the early 1700s, the revivalism ushered in by the Awakening allowed people to express their emotions more overtly in order to feel a greater intimacy
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Land ownership in America presently is founded on colors of title, and though people believe they are the complete and total owners of their property; under a color of title system this is far from the truthLand ownership in America presently is founded on colors of title, and though people believe they are the complete and total owners of their property; under a color of title system this is far from the truth
If this were what the people in the mid 1700’s wanted, there would have been no need to have an American Revolution, since taxes were secondary to having a sound monetary system and complete ownership
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What was the Great Awakening?What was the Great Awakening?
American Colonies during the first half of the 18th Century. Unlike the somber, largely Puritan spirituality of the early 1700s, the revivalism ushered in by the Awakening allowed people to express their emotions more overtly in order to feel a greater intimacy
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