Colonial America

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GET YOUR COLORED PENCILS OUT

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PREVIEW 3

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CA1

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CA2 CA3 + +

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CA4 CA5

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RELIGION in Colonial America 1. Protestant a. Anglican (Church of England) b. Puritan (Separatist) c. Quaker (Society of Friends) 2. Catholic

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MASSACHUSETTS Puritans (1620) "Pilgrims".. King James I Mayflower Plymouth 10 yrs later... Mass. Bay Colony (charter)...King Charles I Gov. John Winthrop

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RHODE ISLAND Roger Williams Anne Hutchinson (both forced to leave Mass... not Puritan enough Slave Trade... one of largest in WORLD "Sewer Colony"

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CONNECTICUT Thomas Hooker (forced to leave Mass Government "from consent of governed"...choice belongs to people Fundamental Orders... ALL members of Puritan church can vote.

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NEW YORK Use to be New Amsterdam (Holland) Rich (Duke of York) vs. farmers/tradespeople Taxes out of control People want elected assembly Get it- abolished-Get it back Jacob Leisler 1689

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PENNSYLVANIA King Charles II owed debt ($) to William Penn's father Wants to get rid of Quakers 1st democracy (rule by people) in America

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MARYLAND George Calvert (Lord Baltimore) dies while negotiating w/ King James I for a colony for Catholics. Cecil Calvert (son)... Lord Baltimore (inherits dad's title) gets charter from King Charles I Elects assembly (government) MD first to have a LAW that guaranteed religious liberty

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VIRGINIA FIRST colony!!! TOBACCO RULES! (cash crops) Slavery... hard working used to farming hard to hide By 1700- more than 16,000 enslaved persons in VA

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GEORGIA 13th colony Oglethorpe (wealthy English businessman)... wants to help English poor Buffer between Eng. and Spanish colonies "Perfect Colony" -no alcohol -no slaves -farm for yourself Does not work...want to be like other southern colonies

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COLONIAL FAIR CLIMATE/Geog. GOVERNMENT ECONOMY/ Occupations FOUNDING RELIGION SETTLERS CLIMATE/Geog. FOUNDING RELIGION ECONOMY/ Occupations GOVERNMENT SETTLERS

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After you finish reading and completing your "spoke-notes" for you colony, assign each person a section to write a short paragraph (NOT COPIED from book!!!). Write these on paper, or type and save to a flash drive. BE SURE TO HAVE COPYWRITER PROOFREAD BEFORE PUTTING INTO BROCHURE!!! ____Step 4... The BROCHURE: The Copywriter gives the PROOFREAD paragraphs to the GRAPHIC ARTIST, who then inserts them into template, and adds corresponding images (from Internet). Each group is required to print 2 colored versions (one to turn in, one for display) using classroom color printer. Any additional copies are to be provided by group.

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____ Step 5: Brainstorm ideas for a sales presentation. Each team from your group will have three minutes to present your brochure to the students who visit your booth. Make the presentation educational and entertaining. The presentation must include one entertaining sales gimmick ____ Step 6: Brainstorm ideas for a musical jingle. The sales presentation must also include a musical jingle that promotes your colony’s best features. You may create your own tune or use the tune of a well-known song or commercial. After you have brainstormed some ideas, help the Advertising Director write a four-line jingle in the space below.

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____ Step 7: Print the Final Brochures, make your booth’s BANNER/BOARD, and the Sales Gimmick. Work together to create • a brochure that is visually appealing and creative. • a colorful banner/board that is easy to read from across the room. • a sales gimmick that can be distributed to the entire class.

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COLONIAL FAIR

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ROUND 1: (3min per booth) Booth TEACHER/presenters: Adv. Director + Copywriter Research Gatherers: Graphic Artist + Salesperson SPOKE NOTES: Climate/geog Founders Settlers

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ROUND 2:(3min per booth) Booth TEACHER/presenters:Graphic Artist + Salesperson Research Gatherers: Adv. Director + Copywriter SPOKE NOTES: Religion Government Economy

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After the fair- 1. Group Photos 2. Group SPOKE-SHARE...You need to make sure EVERY person in your group has ALL 6 SPOKES completed. 3. KEY IDEAS (Mr. L. review) UNIT TEST TOMORROW!!!! STUDY... STUDY... STUDY... STUDY

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WHAT WE LEARNED ABOUT LEBSOCK PROJECTS...

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POTOMAC RAPPAHANNOCK YORK JAMES Jamestown Williamsburg Yorktown Fall Line BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS COLONIAL VIRGINIA Hand Map (CA6)

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Blue Ridge Mountains Piedmont Mountains (foothills) Tidewater

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A VISUAL DISCOVERY...

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CA6 CA7

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CA8 CA9

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FARM LIFE CITY LIFE COLONIAL RIGHTS CRIME AND PUNISHMENT COLONIAL CLASSES AFRICAN AMERICANS EDUCATION RELIGION COLONIAL FAMILIES LEISURE FOOD

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1.Colonists ARE English citizens with SAME rights 2.Guaranteed voice in government... Magna Carta; Parliament 3.English Bill of Rights (William and Mary)... -Taxes to be decided by people's representatives (Parliament) -Right to petition King -Right to trial by jury WHAT ARE OUR 3 KEY POINTS?

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WRITING THE ARTICLE... WHO IS READING?... You are writing to other English colonists... mainly those who are gentry and middling sort. JUST THE FACTS... You are reporting information and NOT expressing your opinion! Do not use the word "I". USE "PRETEND" QUOTES... To make your article sound real, think about what a colonist might say if you had actually asked them about your topic. Let what they say help make your point. LOOK AT EXAMPLES...

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