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  1. American History Objectives – 9/8 C.O. - SWBAT investigate the settlement of the Southern Colonies in the early 1600’s L.O. – SWBAT investigate the settlement of the Southern Colonies by watching and listening to the U.S. video and writing answers to the questions on their video quiz

  2. American History Objectives – 9/9 C.O. – SWBAT analyze the economic, social, and political growth of the 13 colonies L.O. – SWBAT analyze the growth of the 13 colonies by reading the text, talking with and listening to classmates and writing answers on their worksheets

  3. American History Objectives – 9/10 C.O. – SWBAT describe the experiences that were faced by slaves during their journey across the middle passage L.O. – SWBAT describe the experiences of slaves during the middle passage by reading, discussing the text with their partner, and writing letters

  4. The Middle Passage – 9/10 • Read the section titled, “The Middle Passage” on pg. 76. • What was the middle passage? • What was life like for slaves who traveled along the middle passage? • What happened to many slaves before they reached their destination?

  5. Slave Ships to the Americas • Why did Europeans build forts or “factories” along Africa’s west coast? • What were the ways in which a slave might die during the journey to the Americas? • What rumor was spread by Africans about the fate of their captured friends? • What would cause the women to shriek and the men to moan along the journey? • Pretend that you are a slave who just survived the journey to the Americas. Write a letter to your family back in Africa explaining the conditions of your journey.

  6. American History Objectives – 9/11 C.O. – SWBAT analyze how the 13 colonies and Great Britain began to grow apart. L.O. – SWBAT analyze how the colonies and Great Britain grew apart by discussing answers to the homework assignment, listening to their classmates answers and writing additional details to their answers

  7. Read the section titled, “The Enlightenment” on pg. 82-83. What was the movement called the Enlightenment all about? How was information about the Enlightenment spread from Europe to the colonies? What effects did the Enlightenment have on political thought in the colonies? The Enlightenment – 9/11

  8. American History Objectives 9/14 C.O. – SWBAT analyze the effects of the French and Indian War on the relationship between Britain and its colonies L.O. – SWBAT analyze the effects of the French and Indian War by reading the text, discussing the issues with classmates and writing answers on the worksheet

  9. The French and Indian War 9/14 • Read the section titled “Britain Defeats an Old Enemy” on pg. 86-88. • What Native American tribe aided the French? • What Native American tribe aided the British? • What was the Proclamation of 1763 and why was it passed?

  10. American History Objectives 9/17 C.O. – SWBAT compare and contrast the beliefs of patriots and loyalists during the Revolutionary War L.O. – SWBAT compare and contrast the beliefs of patriots and loyalists by reading the text, discussing colonial issues with classmates, writing answers, and defending their position

  11. Patriots vs. Loyalists Read the section titled, “Americans Choose Sides” on pg. 106-108. • Who were the loyalists and why did they feel this way? • Who were the patriots and why did they feel this way? • What types of people joined each group and why?

  12. Take a Stand • Discuss the arguments of both patriots and loyalists with your partner • Take a stand and decide if your group will support the patriots or the loyalists • List 3 specific reasons on the back of your paper why you chose to support the side that you did

  13. Explain your Rationale • Explain which side you agreed with using the following sentence frame when called upon. • “I agree with the (patriots/loyalists) because ……….

  14. American History Objectives 9/18 • C.O. - SWBAT analyze the events that led to the American Revolution • L.O. – SWBAT analyze the events that led to the American Revolution by discussing answers to the homework assignment, listening to their classmates answers and writing additional details to their answers

  15. The Stirrings of Rebellion – 9/18 • Which of the items that you answered questions about in your packet do you believe played the biggest role in leading to the American Revolution? • Give three reasons why you believe that the event that you chose played the largest role.

  16. American History Objectives 9/21 C.O. – SWBAT identify the details of the important battles of the American Revolution L.O. – SWBAT identify the important battles of the American Revolution by reading the text, discussing the battles with classmates, & filling out the battle chart

  17. Financing the War – 9/21 Read the section titled “Financing the War” on pg. 116-117. • What did Congress do when it ran out of silver and gold? • How did profiteering hurt the American war effort? • Who helped Congress acquire enough money to pay the troops?

  18. American History Objectives - 9/22 C.O. – SWBAT identify the important people, and events that influenced the American Revolution L.O. – SWBAT identify important people and events of the American Revolution by watching the video, and writing answers on their worksheet

  19. Civilians at War – 9/22 Read the section titled, “Civilians at War” on pg. 117. • What roles did many women have to play during the war? • What did many African Americans do during the war? • What role did Native Americans play during the war?

  20. American History Objectives – 9/23 C.O. – SWBAT analyze the impact of the important battles on the outcome of the Revolutionary War L.O. – SWBAT analyze Revolutionary War battles by discussing answers to the homework assignment, listening to their classmates answers and writing additional details to their answers

  21. European Allies – 9/23 Read the section titled, “European Allies Shift the Balance” on pg. 118-119. • What impact did Friedrich von Steuben have on the American soldiers? • What impact did Marquis de Lafayette have on the American war effort?

  22. American History Objectives – 9/24 C.O. – SWBAT analyze the difficult winter faced by American soldiers at Valley Forge L.O. – SWBAT analyze the winter at Valley Forge by reading the story, discussing the questions with classmates, & writing answers to the questions

  23. Four Types of Reading Questions • Right There – answer to the question can be found easily in one or two sentences • Think and Search – answer is in the story but several sentences, paragraphs, or pages have to be put together to find the answer. • Author and Me – answer involves what I know, what I believe, or what I have experienced and what happened in the text. • On My Own – answer does not use the text. The answer is only about my thoughts or experiences and a theme or idea from the book

  24. American History Objectives – 9/25 C.O. – SWBAT review key terms, events, concepts and people to prepare for the Unit 1 Test L.O. – SWBAT review for the Unit 1 Test by playing the Pyramid game, discussing topics with classmates, & writing information about important topics in their notes