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Please find your new seat . 1- Jonathon 13- Alex 25- 2- Jalen 14- Bannah 26- 3- Indra 15- Isaiah 27- Cyra 4- Melissa 16- Tyler 28- Alex W. 5- Dillon 17- Kyle 29- Noah 6- Christopher 18- Mekhi 30- Corey 7- Duncan 19- Holly 31- Jordan

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Please find your new seat
Please find your new seat

  • 1- Jonathon 13- Alex 25-

  • 2- Jalen 14- Bannah26-

  • 3- Indra 15- Isaiah27- Cyra

  • 4- Melissa 16- Tyler 28- Alex W.

  • 5- Dillon17- Kyle 29- Noah

  • 6- Christopher 18- Mekhi30- Corey

  • 7- Duncan19- Holly 31- Jordan

  • 8- Lizzie 20- Taylor32- Jordyn

  • 9- Connor 21- Destany

  • 10- Daniel 22- Shae

  • 11- Brandon 23- Alfonso

  • 12- Frederick 24- Luke


Warm up
Warm Up

  • Predict- How did British control and taxation lead to American Independence?

  • Provide a well thought out 2-3 sentence prediction please and thank you!


Taxation without representation
Taxation without Representation

  • http://www.glencoe.com/video_library/index_with_mods.php?CHAPTER=5&PROGRAM=9780078777127&VIDEO=-1


Beginning to come together
Beginning to Come Together..

  • http://www.glencoe.com/video_library/index_with_mods.php?PROGRAM=9780078777127&VIDEO=1948&CHAPTER=5


Popcorn read pg 54
Popcorn Read! Pg. 54

  • Delegates-

  • First Continental Congress-

  • Second Continental Congress-


Think pair share
Think-Pair-Share

  • •During the First Continental Congress, the representatives weren’t sure that they wanted to take action against Great Britain.

  • If you had been a representative of the First Continental Congress, would you have voted to go to war against Great Britain or try to work out a peaceful agreement? Give reasons for your answer.


Think pair share1
Think-Pair-Share

  • Loyalty proved to be the biggest problem facing General George Washington and his Continental Army.

  • In your opinion, what’s worse: someone who fights against you or someone who refuses to choose a side? Explain.


Declaration of independence
Declaration of Independence

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ampKbWOE5yA


Primary vs secondary source
Primary vs. Secondary Source

  • If we are looking at the Declaration of Independence, is it a primary or secondary source?

  • If we are looking at a handout written by Ms. Pierrot about the Declaration of Independence, is it a primary or secondary source?


Read with your partner 55 56
Read with your partner 55-56

  • What idea from the Enlightenment is mentioned?


Declaration of independence1
Declaration of Independence

  • The outline below shows the 4 parts of the Declaration of Independence and what each part is for. You will get a set of cutouts with statements that are in the Declaration. Decide which section each statement belongs in and piece the Declaration back together!

  • Part 1: Preamble

    An introduction explaining why the Declaration is being written.

  • Part 2: Natural Rights

    The colonists explain the rights of people and the role of government power.

  • Part 3: Grievances

    A list of the colonists’ complaints.

  • Part 4: Resolution of Independence

    The colonists declare their independence from Britain

    http://cdn.icivics.org/sites/default/files/uploads/Get%20Off%20Our%20Backs%20_Update.pdf


Define each according to the declaration of independence
Define each according to the Declaration of Independence..

  • Purpose of Government

  • Basic Human Rights

  • Wrongs of the King

  • Declaration by Colonists


So what needed fixed
So, what needed fixed?

  • Please turn to page 60 in your textbook

  • Pull out and identify 10 grievances against the King


Exit ticket
Exit Ticket

  • How did British control and taxation lead to American Independence?


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