Do Now 9/30 • Describe what you see on this advertisement. • Which colony does it mention? • What do you think this advertisement is trying to get people to do? • What do you think it means when it says “Exciting all such as be well affected to further the fame.”?
Do Now 10/1 • What is the title of this map? • What does the green represent? The yellow/orange? The red squares? • Which present-day state do you think this is in? • Why do you think these two colonies are important?
Do Now 10/2 • This is a picture of daily life in the colonies. Describe 5 things you observe going on. • How was Colonial Life different than yours?
Pg. 22Precise Reasons WHY Europeans wanted to Explore and Colonize: • Freedom to practice own religion/spread religion • Chance to own land • Start new life • Dump prisoners • Gold and other riches (to get rich)
Exit ticket: On a half sheet of paper answer the following questions • Use the notes you took during presentations. Answer: which colony would you most like to live in and why? State at leastthree specific reasons. You cannot chose your own colony! • Answer: which colony would you like to live in the least and why. State at least two specific reasons. You cannot chose your own colony!
Exit ticket: On pg. 24 answer the following questions • Use the notes you just took. Answer: which colonial region would you most like to live in and why? State at leastthree specific reasons. • Answer: which colonial region would you like to live in the least and why. State at least two specific reasons.
Unit #1 Pre-Test/Post-Test • False, millions • True • True • False, did not know • True • False, already existed • False, The Caribbean • False, not knowing. He thought he had discovered another route to India/Asia • False, decreased • True
10/2 New England Colony Notes Definitions for the following vocabulary words pg. 74: Puritan pg. 79, Separatist, Pilgrim, Mayflower Compact, John Winthrop pg. 82, intolerant , Triangular Trade • Look at the paintings on pages 80 and 83. Describe how the clothing of the Separatists and Puritans differed. Skillbuilder: Interpreting Maps on pg. 79 Answer 1 & 2 Skillbuilder: Interpreting Maps on pg. 83 Answer 1 & 2 Skillbuilder: Interpreting Maps on pg. 84 Answer 1 & 2 One Sentence Summaries Who the Puritans and Separatists Were Write a one-sentence summary for each section about what the main idea/most important thing. Definitions for the following vocabulary words pg. 74: Puritan pg. 79, Separatist, Pilgrim, Mayflower Compact, John Winthrop, intolerant , Triangular Trade
New England Colonies • Massachusetts • Connecticut • New Hampshire • Rhode Island
New England Colonies • Came so they could practice their religion • Came to make money • Mostly farmers and fishermen • Grew corn and wheat
New England Colonies-Economy • Made furniture, especially chairs • Made ships • Fished • Grew corn and wheat
New England Colonies-Agriculture • Grew corn and wheat • Bad soil for crops • Short season for crops
New England Colonies- Religion • New England colonist were largely Puritans • They led very strict lives • Stayed in church most of the day
New England Colonies-Education • Parent believed children should learn Christianity • Taught to read so they could read the Bible
New England Colonies-Food • Ate corn • Grew wheat and barley • Fished • Ate pigs and cows
New England Colonies-Clothing • Girls wore simple dresses mostly made by wool linen, or cotton, and wore aprons • Boys wore breeches, waistcoats, hats, and stockings
New England Colonies-Fun time • Played marbles, hide and seek, • Made kites • Spun tops and rolled hoops
Middle Colonies • Delaware • Pennsylvania • New York • New Jersey
Middle Colonies-Economy • They sold what they grew. • If they had a bad season they probably wouldn’t have much to eat or drink.
Middle Colonies-Religion • Went to church but they also used it as a meeting place. • They thought church should be an every day thing.
Middle Colonies-Education • School starts at 7:00 a.m. • Boys and girls studied art, music, French, needle work and girls learned how to nurse.
Middle Colonies - Food • They grew apples, wheat, corn, tobacco. • They also ate chickens, pigs, cows. • They hunted for deer, rabbits and turkey.
Middle Colonies-Clothing • Girls wore simple dresses • Most of the clothing was made out of wool. • They usually wore wigs
Middle Colonies-Fun Time • Colonists had parks but they didn’t have swing sets. • They played games like hide and seek, marbles and other games we know about.
The Southern Colonies • Maryland • Virginia • North Carolina • South Carolina • Georgia
Southern Colonies -Economy • Mainly grew tobacco, rice grapes, and indigo • Most growing was done on plantations
Southern Colonies-Agriculture • Grew mostly rice, indigo, and tobacco • Mostly all grown on plantations
Southern Colonies- Religion • Thought it should be an all day thing
Southern Colonies - Education • School days started at 7:00am • Learned how to read • Only read the Bible • Girls mostly learned basics of life • Said prayers then read verses of the Bible
Southern Colonies-Food Ate chickens, pigs, cows, clams, and fish Hunted deer, rabbits, and turkeys
Southern Colonies – Men's Clothing • Breeches, reached just below knees • Ruffles on neck • Banyan-loose gown
Southern Colonies- Women's Clothing • Simple dresses made by wool • Wore aprons • Wore wigs • Most woman only had two pairs of clothing
Southern Colonies-Fun Time • Played tag in parks • Hop-scotch, Hide and go seek • Made own kites • Spun tops, rolled hoops.
Slavery in the Colonies • Black slaves took care of the sheep, cattle, and made the butter. • They also make beef, sugar, rum, wool, fancy clothes, silk stocking, glass ware, tools and weapons.
Trading • The fur trade helped pay for their trip to America . • The Dutch often traded with the Indians. • The people owed debt to the king because he paid for their trip to America.
Vocabulary • Charter • Colony • Indentured Servant • Intolerance • Separatist • Puritan • Mayflower Compact
Five Themes of Geography • Human-Environment Interaction • Location • Movement • Place • Region
Map #1 Political Map Map #2 Physical Map
The 3 Regions of North Carolina Mountains Piedmont Coastal