Day 8: British Imperial Policy/Salem Witch Trials Baltimore Polytechnic Institute September 12, 2011 A.P. U.S. History Mr. Green
1. John Calvin profoundly affected the thought of all of the following except • Spanish Armenians • New England Puritans • Scottish Presbyterians • French Huguenots • The Dutch Reformed Church 2. The historical significance of the Pilgrims of Plymouth Bay lies in their • Numerical size • Economic power • Moral and spiritual qualities • Unique charter, which permitted self-government • Unwillingness to merge with the Puritans in Massachusetts Bay 3. People who flouted the authority of the Puritan clergy in Massachusetts Bay were subject to which of the following punishments • Fines • Floggings • Banishment • Death • All of the above • Settlers of the Connecticut River colony developed a document known as the Fundamental Orders, which • Marked the beginning of the colony of Connecticut • Established a regime democratically controlled by “substantial citizens • Set up a military alliance in New England • Pleased King Charles I • Supported a government controlled by all people 5. New York was a. the best advertised of all the colonies b. Designed as a Quaker refuge c. originally founded by the Dutch d. a major contributor to political democracy and religious tolerance in the English colonies e. the last of the middle colonies to be established.
Motivation How do you explain when people act abnormal? Yelling, screaming, uncontrolled outbursts?
British Imperial Policy/Salem Witch Trials At the end of this lesson, students will evaluate the possible causes for the Salem Witch Trials by examining the authors’ hypotheses about the causes of the witch trials
Dominion of New England (1686) created by royal authority in London. Bolster colonial defense Efficiently enforce English Navigation Laws-forced trade with England only Led by Sir Edmund Andros. Dominion ended when word of Glorious Revolution reached New England. Rebellion in NY and MD from 1689 to 1691. Salutary neglect of Navigation Laws which led to more English officials in English America
Salem Witch Trials 1. What were the Salem Witch trials? 2. Identify possible causes for the Salem Witch Trials. Explain, if possible. 3. Summarize the hypothesis of Davidson and Lytle, “The Visible and Invisible Worlds of Salem” 4. Evaluate the hypothesis of Davidson and Lytle.
Exit Ticket Identify and explain 1 cause of the Salem Witch Trials. Be sure to include evidence from the reading.
Homework Hopefully, we will be able to read the text. If so, read through Chapter 4 as quickly as you can. Colonial charts, these are due on Friday, September 17th.
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