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New England Colonies. 5 th Grade Social Studies Chapter 5 Lesson 1 Geography of the Colonies. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Colonies pages 160-165. Vocabulary. growing season. growing season tidewater fall line backcountry. the time of year when it is warm enough to grow plants.

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    1. New England Colonies 5th Grade Social Studies Chapter 5 Lesson 1 Geography of the Colonies

    2. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 Vocabulary growing season growing season tidewater fall line backcountry the time of year when it is warm enough to grow plants

    3. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 Vocabulary fall line growing season tidewater fall line backcountry line that marks the place where height of land drops

    4. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 Vocabulary backcountry growing season tidewater fall line backcountry sparsely populated area on the western side of fall line

    5. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 Vocabulary tidewater growing season tidewater fall line backcountry coastal area of the South with rivers that rise & fall with the tides

    6. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 • How many colonies did the English set up along the Atlantic Ocean? • 13 (Thirteen) • What was north of these colonies? • New France • What was south of these colonies? • New Spain

    7. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 • What land formation was a natural border to the west of the 13 colonies? • The Appalachian Mountains • Name the 3 Regions of the 13 Colonies. • New England, Middle Colonies, Southern Colonies • Name the colonies of New England. • Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire

    8. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 • Why was farming so difficult in New England? • Soil was rocky & sandy. The growing season was too short. • What resources did New England have? • Forests for wood, Ocean for fishing • Name the colonies of Middle Colonies. • New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware

    9. Lesson 5.1- Geography of the Coloniespages 160-165 • What resources in the Middle Colonies made for good farming? • Plenty of fertile soil, Good rivers for transporting crops to sell • Name the colonies of Southern Colonies. • Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia • What resources in the Southern Colonies made for good farming? • Long growing seasons & good soil

    10. New England Colonies 5th Grade Social Studies Chapter 5 Lesson 2 New England

    11. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 Vocabulary dissenter town meeting self-government dissenter banish a person who disagrees strongly with his leaders

    12. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 Vocabulary banish town meeting self-government dissenter banish to drive someone out of their home as a punishment

    13. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 Vocabulary self-government town meeting self-government dissenter banish government of a place by the people who live in that place

    14. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 Vocabulary town meeting town meeting self-government dissenter banish assembly of qualified local voters who hold elections & vote on laws for their communities

    15. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 • What influenced much of life & government of New England communities? • Puritan Religion • What dissenter was banished from Massachusetts? • Roger Williams • What new colony did Roger Williams begin? • Rhode Island

    16. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 • In Rhode Island, what did Roger Williams keep separated? • Church & Government • What woman was also banished from Massachusetts & moved to Rhode Island? • Anne Hutchinson • Who helped start the colony of Connecticut? • Thomas Hooker

    17. Lesson 5.2- New Englandpages 166-173 • Who did colonist go to war with in the 1630’s? • Pequot Indians • Who was the leader of the Wampanoag Indians? • Metacomet • The war between colonists & Metacomet became known as what? • King Philip’s War

    18. New England Colonies 5th Grade Social Studies Chapter 5 Lesson 3 Life in New England

    19. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 Vocabulary industry industry export import Middle Passage slave trade a business that sells a product or a service to other people

    20. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 Vocabulary Middle Passage industry export import Middle Passage slave trade voyage from Africa to Americas

    21. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 Vocabulary export industry export import Middle Passage slave trade a product that is sold or traded to another country

    22. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 Vocabulary import industry export import Middle Passage slave trade a product brought into one country from another for sale or use

    23. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 Vocabulary slave trade industry export import Middle Passage slave trade buying & selling of human beings

    24. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 • What New England city became a center for New England’s shipbuilding industry? • Boston • How did most people make a living in New England? • Fishing & Whaling • What is Triangular Trade? • Trade routes between New England, Europe & Africa

    25. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 • What were conditions like abroad the slave ships? • People chained together, filthy ships, crowded, many died from diseases or starvation • Who was Olaudah Equiano? • A slave boy who grew up to become a writer. He wrote about conditions on slave ships.

    26. Lesson 5.3- Life in New Englandp. 174-181 • What did colonists use to light their homes? • Candles & Lamps • What took place in the main room of a New England house? • Cooking, Eating, Sleeping, & Working • Who is the best History teacher ever? • Mr. Bragwell 