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  1. Warm-Up (8) • Quiz 1 • Paste in yesterday’s articles into your notebook on page 70

  2. Announcements • No name: yeah you got a zero • Liars • Saturday School starting up this Saturday • 2 hours of lifework completion • 1 hour of community service work

  3. Quote of the Week (1)

  4. Today’s Mission (15) Team Haughton’s 2020 Diamonds will: • Analyze the causes and effects of the Boston Massacre, Tea Act, and Boston Tea Party

  5. Big Questions… • Who deserves the blame for the Boston Massacre? • Were the Sons of Liberty a terrorist organization? • How will both sides use propaganda?

  6. Unit 2: The Road to the American Revolution Events in Boston pg. 71

  7. The Boston Massacre 1770 • Colonists and British soldiers get into argument • 5 UNARMED colonists are killed • Crispus Attucks: Free black, 1st victim

  8. Propaganda False or exaggerated information used to help or hurt a person, organization, or idea

  9. OPTIC: The Bloody Massacre • O-Overview: Main idea • P-Parts: Everything you see • T-Title: The real title and several other ones you come up with • I-Interrelationship: Why you gave it that title • C-Conclusion: What does it tell you, who created it, when and where, why was it made

  10. Effects • Patriots blame the British • Loyalists blame the Sons of Liberty • The British are outraged

  11. Tea Act 1773 • Lowers the price of British tea • British tea company has a MONOPOLY (control of market)

  12. Boston Tea Party 1773 • Sons of Liberty sneak aboard ships in Boston Harbor and throw crates of tea overboard

  13. OPTIC: The Liberty Tree • O-Overview: Main idea • P-Parts: Everything you see • T-Title: The real title and several other ones you come up with • I-Interrelationship: Why you gave it that title • C-Conclusion: What does it tell you, who created it, when and where, why was it made

  14. Table Discussion (10) Answer the following questions on a post-it note. Have everyone at the table share out their responses. Come up with a final answer. Be ready to present to the whole group. Who deserves the blame for the Boston Massacre? Were the Sons of Liberty a terrorist organization? How did both the British and the Patriots use propaganda?

  15. Lifework (2 pages) Role: Samuel Adams Audience: Colonists or King George III Format: Speech or Letter Topic: Persuade colonists to join Sons of Liberty or threaten King George with revolution MUST HAVES!!!: • Navigation Acts, Writs of Assistance, Proclamation Act, Quartering Act, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, Townshend Acts, Salutary Neglect, Mercantilism, Sons of Liberty, Protests (2 types), Loyalists, etc…

  16. Tomorrow… How will Great Britain react to the Boston Tea Party?