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Chapter 17. The Diverse Peoples of the West. The Diverse Peoples of the West. What drew new settlers to the western part of the United States in the 1800s ? Objectives (I can…) identify the effects of westward expansion on six groups of westerners.

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chapter 17

Chapter 17

The Diverse Peoples of the West

the diverse peoples of the west
The Diverse Peoples of the West
  • What drew new settlers to the western part of the United States in the 1800s?
  • Objectives (I can…)
    • identify the effects of westward expansion on six groups of westerners.
    • describe how the physical environment led to the settlement in the Western U.S.
    • describe reasons pioneers moved to the West.
survey time
SURVEY TIME!!!!

Survey:

  • Who has lived in this community (around Rutherford) for one year or less? RAISE your hand if you have.
    • 2 years, 3 years,…12 years?
  • Now, a bar graph entitled Length of Time in Iroquois.
      • You’re welcome to create one with me!
  • Questions:
    • Which bar is the tallest?
    • The shortest?
    • What does this tell you about how long students have lived in this community?
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The Diverse Peoples of the West
  • Take a look at our bar graphs.
    • How many students stayed in the same place?
    • How many students have moved often?
    • How does moving affect people?
  • In this chapter, we will learn about the groups of people who moved from one place to another in the 1800s.
  • We will focus on six groups of people who lived in the West during the 1800s.
  • Some of the groups benefited by moving West, whereas other groups were harmed by the arrival by the newcomers.
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What do you see?

What groups of people lived in the West in the 1800s?

How were these people different from one another? How were they similar?

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The Diverse Peoples of the West
  • Let’s read the first section together - page 231
  • In the mid 1800s, books, magazines, and newspapers encouraged Americans – as well as people throughout the world – to move to the West. This influx of people had a dramatic effect on the existing cultures in the region.
    • Let’s read page 232.
  • You will use a graphic organizer to focus on the groups who lived in the West during the 1800s.
    • Work with a partner and complete your graphic organizer.
  • Be sure to completely answer the questions under each section (17.3-17.8).
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Lights, Camera, ACTION!
  • You will work in a group to create interactive dramatizations that show aspects of life for groups of people living in the West during the 1800s.
  • Interactive dramatization – a skit that involves the audience. Each group will find clever ways to get several members of the audience to take part in the skit.
  • For example, the group that presents the forty-niners, might ask some audience members to come forward and pretend to shovel dirt as they hunt for gold.
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Lights, Camera, ACTION!
  • Each group must recreate the historical condition

of its assigned western group for the class to see

and experience.

  • Each interactive dramatization must involve four participants from the audience.
  • Each group will have four roles – Historian, Director, Set Designer, and Host. You may have more than one person for a role (only if you have more than four people in a group).
  • Each group member will be responsible for leading his or her group through one step of the drama preparations.
  • Look at steps 2-5 on your Student Handout.
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The Diverse Peoples of the West
  • What drew new settlers to the western part of the United States in the 1800s?
  • Objectives (I can…)
    • identify the effects of westward expansion on six groups of westerners.
    • describe how the physical environment led to the settlement in the Western U.S.
    • describe reasons pioneers moved to the West.
interactive dramatization rubric
Interactive Dramatization Rubric
  • 11-12 points = A
  • 9-10 points = B
  • 7-8 points = C
  • 5- 6 points = D
  • 0-4 points = U