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Thursday, Oct. 11. Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor Update your Table of Contents Date Title Entry # 10/10Important People of Colonial self-government foldable 35 10/11Warm up Questions Oct. 11 – 2636 10/11Beginning of French and Indian War37

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Thursday oct 11

Thursday, Oct. 11

  • Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor

  • Update your Table of Contents

    DateTitleEntry #

    10/10Important People of Colonial self-government foldable 35

    10/11Warm up Questions Oct. 11 – 2636

    10/11Beginning of French and Indian War37

    10/11 Join or Die Political Cartoon 38

  • You need to get a grey textbook at the front of the room in the “little” bookcase.

  • Turn to entry #36 and title it Warm up questions Oct. 11-26

  • Turn to page 86 and answer #23 and 24 on entry #36


Songs

Songs

  • You will have 5 minuets to get ready

  • You will be receiving a grade both on the lyrics and participation (in your group and in the audience!!!)


Foldable

Foldable

  • Title: People Important to the development of Self-Government in the colonies


French and indian war preview

French and Indian WarPreview

http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=58909


Beginning of the french and indian war

Beginning of the French and Indian War

I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land


Beginning of the french and indian war1

Beginning of the French and Indian War

I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land all around the world

*France was England's biggest threat in N. Am.


Beginning of the french and indian war2

Beginning of the French and Indian War

I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land all around the world

*France was England's biggest threat in N. Am.

*Conflict in the Ohio Valley

-English traders were crossing the Appalachians in search

of furs.

-Tried to take over French trade with Natives

-Ohio River was important to France b/c (linked Canada with French settlements along the Mississippi R.)


Beginning of the french and indian war3

Beginning of the French and Indian War

I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land all around the world

*France was England's biggest threat in N. Am.

*Conflict in the Ohio Valley

-English traders were crossing the Appalachians in search

of furs.

-Tried to take over French trade with Natives

-Ohio River was important to France b/c (linked Canada with French settlements along the Mississippi R.)

*Natives choose sides

-Didn’t want to give up any land to either England or France

-Chose sides to protect ways of life


Beginning of the french and indian war4

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron


Beginning of the french and indian war5

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

  • English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the

    Algonquin and Huron

    *charged lower prices for trade goods


Beginning of the french and indian war6

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

  • English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the

    Algonquin and Huron

    *charged lower prices for trade goods

  • Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort


Beginning of the french and indian war7

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

  • English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the

    Algonquin and Huron

    *charged lower prices for trade goods

  • Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort

    *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA


Beginning of the french and indian war8

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

  • English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the

    Algonquin and Huron

    *charged lower prices for trade goods

  • Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort

    *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA

    V. Albany Plan of Union *Representatives from the colonies and Iroquois met in NY


Beginning of the french and indian war9

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

  • English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the

    Algonquin and Huron

    *charged lower prices for trade goods

  • Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort

    *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA

    V. Albany Plan of Union *Representatives from the colonies and Iroquois met in NY

    *Franklin suggested the colonies band together for defense


Beginning of the french and indian war10

Beginning of the French and Indian War

  • French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped)

    *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women

    *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

  • English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the

    Algonquin and Huron

    *charged lower prices for trade goods

  • Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort

    *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA

    V. Albany Plan of Union *Representatives from the colonies and Iroquois met in NY

    *Franklin suggested the colonies band together for defense

    *Colonial legislatures said no


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