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  1. No. 95 • Why were the Spanish given control of Louisiana in the Treaty of Paris at the end of the French and Indian War? • A. the Spanish were promised the land if they assisted the French against the British • B. the Spanish were willing to pay a lot of money because they wanted land in North America • C. France handed it over to the Spanish because Spain lost the Florida territory • D. Great Britain no longer wanted the responsibility of holding such a large piece of land

  2. UNIT 9: LOUISIANA STATE HISTORY

  3. AGENDA 4.29.14 • BELLRINGER: LEAP QUESTION (5) • INTRO: GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES (15) • I DO: MODEL SHOWDOWN (5) • WE DO: SHOWDOWN (10) • YOU DO: CREATE A MAP SHOWING LOUISIANA’S LOCATION AND NEW ORLEANS’ LOCATION (15) • CLOSE: EXIT TICKET (5)

  4. GLE • 2. Locate major landforms and geographic features, places, and bodies of • water/waterways on a map of Louisiana (G-1A-M2) • 3. Construct a map based on given narrative information (

  5. CCSS • 8.1 • 8.7

  6. OBJECTIVE • BY THE END OF THIS CLASS I WILL BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE LOUISIANA’S LOCATION WITH 80% ACCURACY ON MY EXIT TICKET

  7. GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES OF LOUISIANA • Geographically, Louisiana consists of three types of regions: • Lowlands, terraces and hills • Lowlands: made up of coastal marshes and the Mississippi River Floodplain • Terraces: include the parishes north and northeast of the Mississippi River and the prairies of southwestern Louisiana • Hills: bracket the Red River Valley

  8. GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES OF LOUISIANA • History of Louisiana greatly influenced by its location • City of New Orleans commands the mouth of the Mississippi-Missouri River system • One of largest commercial waterways in the world

  9. New Orleans’ Location • 30º N and 90º W • New Orleans is located at a point of confluence (point where a latitude line intersects a longitude line)

  10. GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES OF LOUISIANA • Soils are extremely fertile • Nearly 1/3 of state’s total area of nearly 48,000 square miles is covered with the rich alluvium deposited by state’s rivers and bayous • Fostered agricultural production of cotton and sugar cane • One of nation’s leading producers of oil and natural gas • Early 1900’s witnessed a lumber boom • One of nation’s leading producers of salt and sulphur

  11. I DO/WE DO/ YOU DO • I WILL MODEL OUR VERSION OF SHOWDOWN CAPTAIN • WE WILL NOW PARTICIPATE IN SHOWDOWN CAPTAIN • YOU WILL NOW CONSTRUCT A MAP OF LOUISIANA. YOU MUST SHOW LOUISIANA’S ACTUAL LOCATION IN COMPARISON TO ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI AND TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS’ ABSOLUTE LOCATION. YOU SHOULD ALSO SHOW THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER • EXIT TICKET: EXPLAIN WHERE LOUISIANA AND NEW ORLEANS ARE LOCATED ON THE MAP YOU JUST CREATED.

  12. No. 96 • Which French explore named Louisiana after King Louis XIV? • A. Robert Cavilier de la Salle • B. Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville • C. Hernando de Soto • D. Panfilo de Narvaez

  13. AGENDA 5.1.14 • BELLRINGER: LEAP QUESTION (5) • POP QUIZ: (7) • INTRO: GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND EXPLORATION AND EARLY SETTLEMENT (15) • I DO: MODEL SHOWDOWN(5) • WE DO: SHOWDOWN (7) • YOU DO: CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS PAGE 151 OF LOUISIANA HISTORY TB(10) • CLOSE: EXIT TICKET (2)

  14. GLE • 2. Locate major landforms and geographic features, places, and bodies of water/waterways on a map of Louisiana • 71. Describe major early explorers and explorations significant to Louisiana or early • settlers in Louisiana

  15. CCSS • 8.1 • 8.7

  16. OBJECTIVE • BY THE END OF THIS CLASS I WILL BE ABLE TO EXPLAIN MAJOR EARLY EXPLORERS AND EXPLORERS SIGNIFICANT TO LOUISIANA HISTORY WITH 80% ACCURACY ON MY EXIT TICKET

  17. GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES OF LOUISIANA • Other important rivers of Louisiana include the Red River, the Atchafalaya River, Pearl River, Sabine River, Calcasieu River • Red River: rises in the high plains of New Mexico and flows southeast across Texas and Louisiana to a point northwest of Baton Rouge • The Atchafalaya River runs through heart of Cajun Country and provides important industrial shipping channel

  18. Louisiana Rivers Miss. River Red River Sabine River Atchafalaya River Pearl River Pearl River Calcasieu River http://www.louisiana101.com/map_lariver.gif

  19. GEOGRAPHY AND NATUAL RESOURCES OF LOUISIANA • The Atchafalaya Basin combines wetlands and a river delta area where the river and the Gulf of Mexico meet • Filled with bayous, bald cypress swamps and marshes

  20. Map of the Red River Watershed http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Redrivermap1.jpg

  21. http://louisiana.sierraclub.org/images/atcha_map.jpg

  22. http://www.srh.noaa.gov/images/rtimages/lmrfc/tributaries/ustatus_atch.jpghttp://www.srh.noaa.gov/images/rtimages/lmrfc/tributaries/ustatus_atch.jpg

  23. Pearl River http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pearlmsrivermap.png

  24. Calcasieu River http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=calcasieu+river+map&view=detail&id=9987C0A58CF3D270C20F96B6B1CC0ADF09E00ACC&first=0

  25. Sabine River http://www.toledo-bend.com/attractions/places/sabrivmap.gif

  26. Louisiana’s Bayous

  27. Louisiana’s Bayous

  28. GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES OF LOUISIANA • Lake Pontchartrain: - largest natural lake (625 square miles) - water is brackish (a mixture of seawater and freshwater) - Causeway Bridge is 24 miles long across the lake

  29. Lake Pontchartrain

  30. Satellite Image of Lake Pontchartrain

  31. Satellite Image of Lake Pontchartrain With Bonnet Carrie Spillway Open - April 2008 http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=images+of+bonnet+carre+spillway&view=detail&id=6F2490DEBC958B2E6A415D20FB5BF7FA1724AB9B&first=0&qpvt=images+of+bonnet+carre+spillway&FORM=IDFRIR

  32. LOUISIANA’S CULTURE EARLY EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT

  33. EARLY EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT • Earliest settlers of Louisiana were Native Americans • Poverty Point site near Epps, Louisiana in northeastern Louisiana, have uncovered evidence of a culture that flourished between 2000 BCE and 600 BCE • Native Americans used the Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers to trade with other Native Americans

  34. EARLY EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT • Early Native Americans relied on hunting, fishing and plant collecting for food • Build large earth mounds, invented new cooking methods, created ornamental objects

  35. EARLY EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT • European settlement of Louisiana centered at first around New Orleans • Position at head of Mississippi River delta gave it commanding importance • 1717: Scottish financier John Law (1671-1729) established a company to manage trade relations between France and Louisiana • Part of plan was to transport settlers to Louisiana • Company collapsed in a financial disaster

  36. EARLY EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT • Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, sieur de Bienville (1680-1767), established a colony at New Orleans in 1718

  37. I DO/WE DO/YOU DO • I WILL NOW MODEL OUR VERSION OF SHOWDOWN CAPTAIN • WE WILL NOW ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN SHOWDOWN CAPTAIN. • USING THE LOUISIANA HISTORY TEXTBOOK ANSWER THE CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS ON PAGE 151 • EXIT TICKET: WHAT FRENCH EXPLORER FOUNDED A COLONY AT NEW ORLEANS?

  38. No. 97 • Which US President was very influential in acquiring the Louisiana Territory? • A. Ulysses S. Grant • B. James Madison • C. Zachary Taylor • D. Thomas Jefferson

  39. AGENDA 5.5.14 • BELLRINGER: LEAP QUESTION (5) • INTRO: EARLY EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT (15) • I DO: MODEL SHOWDOWN (5) • WE DO: SHOWDOWN (10) • YOU DO/EXIT: VIDEO ON ACADIANS/WRITING PROMPT(15)