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Bell-Ringer

10-31-2011

  • WHAT IS THE TASK SYSTEM?
  • USE YOUR BOOK: Chapter 3; Section 3 (PAGE 80)
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Bell-Ringer 11-1-2011

  • What was the Middle Passage?
  • What is the difference between a slave and an indentured servant?
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Bell-Ringer 11-2-2011

  • What was the purpose of the Slave Codes; AND give one example of a slave code.
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BELL-RINGER 11-3-2011

  • COPY
  • RESTORATION: WHEN CHARLES II RESTORED THE MONARCHY’S POWER IN ENGLAND
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Bell-Ringer 11-14-2011

  • COPY: FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR
  • French and Indian Waris the common American name for the war between Great Britain and France in North America from 1754 to 1763
  • The War for North America essentially ended in 1761 with the British being victorious.
  • In 1763, the Treaty of Paris ended the hostilities in North America and territories
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Bell-Ringer 11-15-2011

  • Why were the colonists angry at Great Britain? AND what did they do to express their anger?
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Bell-Ringer 11-15-2011

  • COPY:
  • King George III: King of England during the American Revolution
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Bell-Ringer 11-16-2011

  • What was the seed that sparked the American Revolution? (What was main reason the Revolution occurred?)
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Bell-Ringer 11-21-2011
  • Why did the Native Americans become increasingly upset with the Colonists? (use your power point notes)
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Bell-Ringer 11-22-2011

  • Who were the Sons of Liberty and who was their leader?
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Bell-Ringer

11-29-2011

  • Which city was the most active city where the protests began
    • Philadelphia
    • Chicago
    • New York
    • Boston
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November 30, 2011

  • What were the Townshend Acts? (page 105)
  • What are the writs of assistance? (page 105)
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Bell-Ringer 12-1-2011

  • What was the Boston Massacre?
  • What was the Boston Tea Party?
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Bell-Ringer 12-2-2011

  • What did the colonists call the Coercive Acts?
  • Why did the First Continental Congress meet and which colony did not attend?
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Bell-Ringer 12-5-2011

  • What act did the colonists commit that was the last straw for King George III? (Use your power point notes if you don’t know)
    • The Boston Tea Party
    • The gathering of the First Continental Congress
    • The Boston Massacre
    • The employment of the Coercive Acts?
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Bell-Ringer 12-6-2011

  • What did the First Continental Congress send to King George III?
    • Intolerable Acts
    • Declaration of Resolves
    • The pamphlet Common Sense
    • A Declaration of War
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Bell-Ringer 12-7-2011

  • Who did most of the writing of the Declaration of Independence?
    • Thomas Jefferson
    • George Washington
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • Jon Adams
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BELL-RINGER 12-8-2011

  • Which Continental Congress declared independence from Great Britain (England)?
    • The First Continental Congress
    • The Second Continental Congress
    • The Third Continental Congress
    • The Fourth Continental Congress
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BELL-RINGER 12-9-2011

  • TRUE OR FALSE: Women, Africans, and Native Americans fought for both the Continental Army and the British Army
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BELL-RINGER 12-14-2011

  • What was the effect of the Patriot’s victory at the Battle of Saratoga? (use the notes we did yesterday)
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Bell-Ringer 12-15-2011

  • What is the name of the war we have been covering in class over the past few weeks?
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Bell-Ringer 12-16-2011

What was the main effect of the Patriot’s victory at Yorktown?

  • European powers joined on the side of the Patriots
  • Spain joined with Great Britain to fight the colonists.
  • Great Britain surrendered ending the fighting in the American Revolutionary war
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Bell-Ringer 12-21-2011

  • At what battle did the Patriots declare victory over the British?
    • Saratoga
    • Trenton
    • Valley Forge
    • Yorktown
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Bell-Ringer 1-11-2012

  • What was the first constitution of the United States called?
    • Declaration of Resolves
    • Articles of Confederation
    • Mayflower Compact
    • The General Charter
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Bell-Ringer 1-12-2012

  • Republicanism: