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1 Homework Finish two readings, worksheets Blog post: Was conflict between the Indians and Native Americans inevitable?Wednesday: Chapter 5 Cornell NotesThursday: Chapter 5 ID’s/descriptionsFriday: Chapter 5 edmodo quizNext Monday: test
2 Was conflict between white Europeans and Native Americans inevitable? Period 2. Key concept
3 key concept 2.II.iCompetition over resources between European rivals led to conflict within and between North American colonial possessions and American Indians.
4 Colonial-Indian conflicts Virginia:1620’s, 1640’s, 1670’s large-scale violence vs. Powhatan1676 Nathaniel Bacon’s rebellion vs. Gov. William BerkleyNew England:1630’s – 1670’s colonial wars vs. Pequots, Wampanoags, Narragansetts, Mohegans, Podunks, Nipmunks, Iroquois.King Philip’s WarFrench & Indian War (vs. British N. American Colonies) Proclamation of 1763 established Indian “buffer” reservation1763 Pontiac’s Rebellion
5 themes competition for land, resources conflicting (incompatible?) worldviewsIndians embroiled in conflicts with European rivals
6 dueling essays YES: Kevin Kenny. NO: Cynthia Van Zandt. Individual close reading analysis (20 min)Thesis, claims, evidence, evaluationShare/debate (15 min)
7 Close Reading Level 1: Analysis Level 2: Evaluation What is your historian arguing?What evidence and language is your historian using to persuade?Level 2: EvaluationIs your historian’s argument plausible?Is the evidence and language your historian uses sufficient to persuade? Is it is compelling?
8 ProcessingWas conflict between Indians and European colonists inevitable?3/4 Your post answers the questions directly; contains a historical claim, evidence, and reasoning; and refers to source material from class activities.4/4 Your post answers the question directly; contains a historical claim, evidence, and reasoning; refers to source material from class activities; and contains evidence of CLOSE READING