August 19, 2015 Topic: Early Settlements Level: Understand Assessment: Summarize the importance of each early settlement in North America. HW – Read chapter 2 Work on Your assigned colony Group Settled How they financed the trip Important Peeps and why they were important Who was in charge? How did they govern themselves? Hardships? Year arrived 5 factoids August 20, 2015 Topic: Early Colonization Level: Analyze Assessment: Analyze primary sources HW – Read Chapter 2 Roanoke St. Augustine Jamestown New Amsterdam Plymouth Massachusetts Bay Providence Pennsylvania August 24, 2015 Topic: Native American resistance Level: Evaluate Assessment: As a group, respond to the short answer question. Multiple Choice Test Friday! 1. Using your knowledge of United States history, answer parts a and b. a) Briefly explain why ONE of the following events best represents the beginning the North American Colonies attitudes toward American Indians. Provide at least ONE piece of evidence from the period to support your explanation. • Pequot War • King Phillip’s War • Pueblo Revolt b) Briefly explain why ONE of the other options is not as persuasive as the one you chose. Jamestown Plymouth Massachusetts Bay - 1630 1606 1620 People Reasons for Moving Hardships / How it finally worked Leadership and Government Jamestown Plymouth Massachusetts Bay - 1630 1606 1620 People John Smith Pocahontas John Rolfe William Bradford John Winthrop Anne Hutchinson (RI) Roger Williams (RI) Reasons for Moving Joint-Stock Company Profit Pilgrims Separatists Religion Puritans – Profit and religion “City Upon a Hill” Hardships / How it finally worked Malaria / Dystentery Hunger / Cold / / “Starving Time” Illness Tobacco Corn / Good relations with Natives, Furs, Fish Salem Witch Trials Disagreements with Leadership “Great Migration” Leadership and Government John Smith House of Burgesses Church and Government Elected Council John Winthrop Williams and Hutchinson Mayflower Compact William Bradford August 25, 2015 Topic: Chapter Three Level: Understand Assessment: Summarize each section of chapter three HW –Multiple Choice Test Friday The Thirteen Colonies New England Massachusetts New Hampshire Connecticut Rhode Island Middle New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware Southern Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Colonial Regions Climate Resources Social Class NE Long winter, short growing season Rocky soil, good fishing grounds Middle class Middle Short winters Larger farms, cash crops of grain Poor, middle class Southern Warm, yearround growing season Plantation, limited cash crops Rich noble families, poor, indentured servants French & Indian War 1754-1763 French and Indian allies fight Britain for control of North America.