Mrs. Drap 

The English Establish 13 Colonies 1585-1732

Chapter 3 pages 66-89

1. CHAPTER OVERVIEW- The chapter discusses the English colonization of North America and the leading individuals who took part in settling the colonies. It also differentiates among the three major areas of settlements on the Eastern seaboard.

BIG IDEAS 

1. People, religious beliefs, industries, climate and economy varied greatly amongst the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies.

2. Leadership, resources and cooperation amongst members lead to the success or failure of a colony

 

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS 

1.How and why did the three American colonial regions differ from one another?

2.Why did some colonies succeed and others fail?

 

OBJECTIVES - Lesson one pages 66-73 "Early Colonies have mixed success"

Remember to use ACE when you answer your questions

1. Describe early English attempts at colonizing

2. Explain English financing of a colony

3. Summarize how Jamestown was founded and grew

4. Analyze the conflicts of the Jamestown colonists both with

Native Americans and among the colonists themselves

 

Section 2 Objectives-Lesson 2 pages 74-81"New England Colonies"

Remember to use ACE when you answer your questions

1. Explain why the Pilgrims established Plymouth Colony

2. Explain why the Puritans set up the Massachusetts Bay Colony

3. Identify the New England Way and to evaluate challenges to Puritan leadership

4. Summarize the causes and effects of King Philip’s War and the Salem witchcraft trials

Section 3 Objectives- Lesson 3 pages 82-87 "Founding the Middle and Southern Colonies"

Remember to use ACE when you answer your questions

1. Compare the founding of the four Middle Colonies

2. Trace the growth of the Middle Colonies

3 Explain how economics influenced the development of the Southern Colonies

4. Identify unique reasons for the founding of Georgia and Maryland

 

 

 

 

 

May 4, 2011

E- Day

Essential question- Why was George Washington a good first president?

Directions: Good luck

Response must be well thought out and composed. Responses must include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. The body should be at least three paragraphs in length in which you have answered the question, cited examples, and explained your information (A.C.E.). Essay's will be scored using your language arts rubric. Remember to score yourselves.

When you finish put your blue book in the bin in the front of the room. Grab your pre-test for chapter 10. When your finished put the pre-test in the bin as well.

 
Extra credit assignments: "Man and Society Four Views" read pages 72-78 answer questions 1-4 in the Next text books. 2nd one "The Glorious Revolution read" pages 61-69 answer 1-4, also read the background info pages 11-26 and complete 13 Cornell notes.

Copy into your notebooks!

Chapter 9-Notes

Launching a New Republic 17891800

 

Pages 277-291

Chapter overview-The chapter discusses Washington’s presidency and the difficulties of interpreting the Constitution. It also describes expansion into the Northwest Territory, problems in foreign policy, and the development of political parties during the Adams administration.

 

Essential question- Why was George Washington a good first president?

 

Chapter 9 Section 1

Washington’s Presidency

pages. 277–281

Big ideas:

• George Washington takes office and appoints his cabinet; Congress sets up a

federal court system.

• Hamilton develops a financial plan to improve the U.S. economy.

• Jefferson and Hamilton clash over how to interpret the Constitution.

SECTION 2

Challenges to the New Government

pages. 282–286

Big ideas:

• U.S. troops defeat Native Americans at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in the

Northwest Territory.

• Washington asserts federal authority by using troops to put down the

Whiskey Rebellion.

• The United States remains neutral in European conflicts.

SECTION 3

The Federalists in Charge

pages. 287–291

Big ideas:

• After Washington retires, two parties dominate national politics.

• During John Adams’s presidency, the French Revolution increased political

division within the United States.

• The Federalists pass the Alien and Sedition Acts, clamping down on

freedom of speech and of the press.

 
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