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Homework Finish two readings, worksheets Blog post: Was conflict between the Indians and Native Americans inevitable? Wednesday: Chapter 5 Cornell Notes Thursday: Chapter 5 ID’s/descriptions Friday: Chapter 5 edmodo quiz Next Monday: test
key concept 2.II.i Competition over resources between European rivals led to conflict within and between North American colonial possessions and American Indians.
Colonial-Indian conflicts Virginia: 1620’s, 1640’s, 1670’s large-scale violence vs. Powhatan 1676 Nathaniel Bacon’s rebellion vs. Gov. William Berkley New England: 1630’s – 1670’s colonial wars vs. Pequots, Wampanoags, Narragansetts, Mohegans, Podunks, Nipmunks, Iroquois. 1675-78 King Philip’s War French & Indian War (vs. British N. American Colonies) Proclamation of 1763 established Indian “buffer” reservation 1763 Pontiac’s Rebellion
themes competition for land, resources conflicting (incompatible?) worldviews Indians embroiled in conflicts with European rivals
dueling essays YES: Kevin Kenny. NO: Cynthia Van Zandt. Individual close reading analysis (20 min) Thesis, claims, evidence, evaluation Share/debate (15 min)
Close Reading Level 1: Analysis What is your historian arguing? What evidence and language is your historian using to persuade? Level 2: Evaluation Is your historian’s argument plausible? Is the evidence and language your historian uses sufficient to persuade? Is it is compelling?
Processing Was 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