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Wednesday , Oct. 19. 1 . Turn in your final draft on my desk (if you have not yet ) 2. Update your table of contents Date Title Entry # 10/11 What was it like to live in the colonies Notes 35 10/13 Newspaper Article rough draft 36

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Wednesday oct 19
Wednesday, Oct. 19

1. Turn in your final draft on my desk (if you have not yet)

2. Update your table of contents

Date Title Entry #

10/11 What was it like to live in the colonies Notes 35

10/13 Newspaper Article rough draft 36

10/14 Great Awakening packet 37

10/17 Ben Franklin “The Man” 38

10/18 What was the Great Awakening/Enlightenment notes 39

10/19 History of Self-Government Timeline notes 40

10/19 Freedom of the Press questions/Venn Diagram 41


Oct 17 early american culture
Oct. 17: Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement

    (Religion)


Oct 17 early american culture1
Oct. 17: Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement

    (Religion)

    *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior


Oct 17 early american culture2
Oct. 17: Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement

    (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior

    *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone

    could be saved

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vUYUyZFINE&feature=related


Oct 17 early american culture3
Oct. 17: Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement

    (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior

    *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone

    could be saved

    *Changed colonial culture

    1. New denominations


Oct 17 early american culture4
Oct. 17: Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement

    (Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior

    *Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone

    could be saved

    *Changed colonial culture

    1. New denominations

    2. Salvation for all


Oct 18 early american culture
Oct. 18: Early American Culture

I. The Great Awakening *1730’s-1740’s religious movement

(Religion) *Traveling ministers preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outward religious behavior

*Jonathan Edwards – preached God’s anger but everyone

could be saved

*Changed colonial culture

1. New denominations

2. Salvation for all

3. Founded colleges to train ministers


Early american culture
Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening

  • The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge


Early american culture1
Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening

  • The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge

    1. Isaac Newton – laws of gravity

    Summary


Early american culture2
Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening

  • The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge

    1. Isaac Newton – laws of gravity

    2. John Locke – people have the right to life, liberty, property (people create governments to protect these)

    Summary


Early american culture3
Early American Culture

  • The Great Awakening

  • The Enlightenment * Reason and science were the paths to knowledge

    1. Isaac Newton – laws of gravity

    2. John Locke – people have the right to life, liberty, property (people create governments to protect these)

    3. Ben Franklin – electricity

    Write 4 questions

    Summary


History of self government timeline
History of Self-Government Timeline

12 15 -Magna Carta 1st limit to a King’s Power (no property seized, jury trial)


History of self government timeline1
History of Self-Government Timeline

12 15 -Magna Carta 1st limit to a King’s Power (no property seized, jury trial)

1619 – House of 1st representative assembly in America

Burgesses


History of self government timeline2
History of Self-Government Timeline

12 15 -Magna Carta 1st limit to a King’s Power (no property seized, jury trial)

1619 – House of 1st representative assembly in America

Burgesses

1620 – Mayflower Social Contract for Self-Government

Compact


History of self government timeline3
History of Self-Government Timeline

12 15 -Magna Carta 1st limit to a King’s Power (no property seized, jury trial)

1619 – House of 1st representative assembly in America

Burgesses

1620 – Mayflower Social Contract for Self-Government

Compact

1636 – Fundamental 1st written Constitution in America

Orders of Connecticut


History of self government timeline4
History of Self-Government Timeline

12 15 -Magna Carta 1st limit to a King’s Power (no property seized, jury trial)

1619 – House of 1st representative assembly in America

Burgesses

1620 – Mayflower Social Contract for Self-Government

Compact

1636 – Fundamental 1st written Constitution in America

Orders of Connecticut

1689- Glorious Revolution England changed Government (William and Mary/Parliament

English Bill of Rights Granted power of Parliament (no excessive fines/punishment)


History of self government timeline5
History of Self-Government Timeline

12 15 -Magna Carta 1st limit to a King’s Power (no property seized, jury trial)

1619 – House of 1st representative assembly in America

Burgesses

1620 – Mayflower Social Contract for Self-Government

Compact

1636 – Fundamental 1st written Constitution in America

Orders of Connecticut

1689- Glorious Revolution England changed Government (William and Mary/Parliament

English Bill of Rights Granted power of Parliament (no excessive fines/punishment)

1735 – Zenger Trial Established freedom of the press


Freedom of the press
Freedom of the Press

  • Read the two freedom of speech events

  • Create a Venn diagram

    John Peter Zinger trial Woodward and Bernstein

    3. Answer the 2 discussion questions and 1 open ended question


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