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PreMon Sept 22, 2014
Objective Compare political, economic,
government, and social (PEGS) reasons for the
establishment of the 13 colonies Learning Target
I can illustrate/demonstrate the significance of
one of the 13 colonies
Tasks Due Date Comments
Colony Research Sept 23 At the start of class
Colony Project Sept 26 At the start of class
Journal Review Questions Be Ready Open Notes
Warm UP Finish Mayflower Compact Activity Work
on Project- 13 Colonies

2

PreApTues Sept 23, 2014
Objective Compare political, economic,
government, and social (PEGS) reasons for the
establishment of the 13 colonies Learning Target
I can illustrate/demonstrate the significance of
one of the 13 colonies
Tasks Due Date Comments
Colony Research Turned in
Colony Project Sept 26 Today if you are ready!
Journal Review Questions Be Ready Open Notes
Warm UP 13 English Colonies Map Pick up map
from back desk. A historical map shows the way an
area was in the past. The map below provides an
outline of the 13 English colonies. Using the
Internet or the page 86 in the textbook to

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Objective Compare political, economic,
government, and social (PEGS) reasons for the
establishment of the 13 colonies Learning Target
I can illustrate/demonstrate the significance of
one of the 13 colonies
  • TODAYs Activity
  • 13 English Colonies Map A historical map shows
    the way an area was in the past. The map below
    provides an outline of the 13 English colonies.
    Using the Internet or the page 86 in the textbook
    to
  • Identify/Label each 13 English colonies by name
  • Use different colors to show the different
    Regions
  • Identify/Label Appalachian Mountains, Mississippi
    River, and Atlantic Ocean
  • Identify/Label the settlements of Jamestown,
    Plymouth, and Boston
  • Work on Project- present project if ready

4

PreApWed Sept 24, 2014
Objective Compare economic reasons for the
establishment of the 13 colonies. Learning
Target I can explain how the geography
influenced the economic growth in the 13
colonies. Performance of Understanding Complete
a map with economic reasons on it.
Tasks Due Date Comments
Colony Project Sept 26 At the start of class
Journal Review Questions Be Ready Open Notes
  • Warm UP 5 minutes
  • Journal Review Question- paper on the back
  • Add to notes on Colonies
  • Work on commercial


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  • Journal review Questions
  • What colony was established in 1607? 1
  • What year was the Mayflower Compact written? 1
  • What colony did Roger Williams start and what
    was the reason?2
  • What event forced the passengers on the
    Mayflower to write the Mayflower Compact?2
  • What was the most important idea expressed in the
    Mayflower Compact? 2
  • Why were the New England colonies founded? (
    ESP)1
  • How did the geography affect the economy in New
    England? 2

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Fundamental Orders of Connecticut First
Constitution of New Word as yet another example
of self government
Thomas Hooker
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New England Economy
shipbuilding
fishing
manufacturing
8
Middle Colonies
New York
Pennsylvania
New Jersey
Delaware
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Middle Colonies Economy
Cash Crops
Bread Basket of the colonies
Wheat, oats, and barley
10
Maryland Safe haven for Catholics
Jamestown, Virginia
King Charles colonies Carolina is female Latin
for Charles
James Oglethorpes penal colony in Georgia
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Objective Understand the foundations of
Representative Government in the American
colonies Learning Target I can explain the
reasons for the growth of rep gov and
institutions during the colonial
period Performance of Understanding Complete a
concept map/frayer model
  • TODAYs Activity
  • Notebook Write the Learning Target
  • Copy definition in notebook
  • Representative government - a form of democracy
    where citizens give the power to a group of
    officials to act on their behalf
  • Notes
  • Concept Map/Frayer Model

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Frayer Model
Description
Example(s)
Concept
Non-Examples
Illustrations
14
  • Concept of Definition Map
  • Purposes To make connections with new words and
    topics and build personal meanings by connecting
    the new information with
  • prior knowledge.
  • Procedure (Begin by explaining and modeling a
    concept of Definition Map.)
  • Place the word in the center of the map.
    (Example city)
  • Determine a broad category that best describes
    the word and write it in the What is it? section.
    (Example A city is a place.)
  • Provide some words that describe the focus word
    in the What is it like? section. (Examples
    noisy, crowded, fast-paced)
  • Provide some specific examples of the word in the
    What are some examples? section. (Examples New
    York, Chicago, Los Angeles)
  • Determine a comparison. (Example a town)
  • Discuss the Concept of Definition Map.
  • Read the text. Revisit the map. Make
    modifications or additions.
  • Source Schwartz, R., Raphael, T. (1985).
    Concept of definition A key to improving
    students vocabulary. The Reading Teacher, 39,
    198-205.

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CONCEPT OF DEFINITION MAP
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PreApThurs Sept 25, 2014
Objective Understand the foundations of
Representative Government in the American
colonies Learning Target I can analyze the
importance of the Mayflower Compact, Fundamental
Orders of Conn, and the Va. House of Burgesses to
the growth of Representative Government
Performance of Understanding How did the
English documents influence the growth of
representative government in Colonial America?
Tasks Due Date Comments
Colony Project Sept 26 At the start of class
6 weeks test Oct 2
Journal Review Questions Be Ready Open Notes
  • Warm UP 5 minutes
  • Write Learning Target
  • Read Mayflower Compact Fundamental Orders on
    page 61 in Gray Book and answer questions 12 15


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House of Burgesses first representative
government in North America
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Objective Understand the foundations of
Representative Government in the American
colonies Learning Target I can analyze the
importance of the Mayflower Compact, Fundamental
Orders of Conn, and the Va. House of Burgesses to
the growth of Representative Government
Performance of Understanding How did the
English documents influence the growth of
representative government in Colonial America?
  • TODAYs Activity
  • Copy definition in notebook
  • Mayflower Compact (1620) Pilgrims self-gov
    document
  • Fundamental Orders (1639) settlers in Conn
    self-gov doc
  • Representative Gov Activity

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PreApFri Sept 26
Objective Understand the foundations of
Representative Government in the American
colonies Learning Target I can explain the
affect of the economic system Mercantilism had on
the 13 colonies Performance of Understanding
Compare Mercantilism to our current economic
system
Tasks Due Date Comments
Colony Project today At the start of class
6 weeks test Oct 2
Journal Review Questions Be Ready Open Notes
  • Warm UP
  • Journal review- Quick!
  • TODAYs Activity
  • Write Learning Target
  • Present commercials/ Mercantilism if time permits

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MERCANTILISM
COLONIES

ENGLAND
MANUFACTURED GOODS
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MERCANTILE THEORY
Mercantilism is an economic policy Wealth is
power, key to wealth is export more than
import European countries competed for world
power and needed colonies to provide necessary
raw materials. Colonies role provide raw
materials (so mother country does not have to
import from other nations) and markets for
exports Favorable balance of trade for England
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MERCANTILE THEORY
  • European nations relied on strong central
    governments to enforce mercantile doctrines
  • Americans helped British maintain naval supremacy
    by providing wood for ships, ships stores,
    sailors, trade (enumerated commodities- goods
    that can only be traded to Britain)
  • Americans provide profitable market for English
    manufactured goods
  • Americans discouraged from buying these goods
    from other countries

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Trade
  • Enumerated Commodities
  • Lumber
  • Tobacco
  • Rice
  • Indigo
  • Furs
  • Sugar

To England
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  • Manufactured Goods
  • Furniture
  • Clothing
  • Colonials had not factories.

From England to Colonies
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MERCANTILE THEORY
  • European nations relied on strong central
    governments to enforce mercantile doctrines
  • Americans helped British maintain naval supremacy
    by providing wood for ships, ships stores,
    sailors, trade (enumerated commodities- goods
    that can only be traded to Britain)
  • Americans provide profitable market for English
    manufactured goods
  • Americans discouraged from buying these goods
    from other countries
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