Presentation on theme: "Missions and Settlements CHAPTER 5. Turn to the next blank page in your spiral. Fold the page into three sections lengthwise. Write the chapter title."— Presentation transcript:
Turn to the next blank page in your spiral. Fold the page into three sections lengthwise. Write the chapter title on top. On the first line of each section, write the title and a brief summary of the section. Chapter Title Section title summary 1. word 2. word 3. word 4. word summary subtopics
Skip a line. Number and write the vocabulary words (definitions will go on back) Skip a line. Write the subtopics (details will go on back) Chapter Title Section title summary 1. word 2. word 3. word 4. word summary subtopics
Section 1 Vocabulary: – 1. mission – 2. presidio – 3. council Subtopics: – 1682, Ysleta Settlement – Mission San Francisco de los Tejas – Mission San Juan Bautista – Louis de St. Denis Chapter Title Section title summary 1. mission 2. presidio 3. word 4. word summary 1682, Ysleta Settlement Mission San Francisco de los Tejas Mission San Juan Bautista Louis de St Denis
Section 2 Vocabulary: – 4. province – 5. cede Subtopics: – 1718, Mission San Antonio de Valero – Mission Santa Cruz de San Saba Chapter Title Section title 3. province summary
Section 3 Vocabulary: – 6. ayuntanmiento – 7. alcalde – 8. mestizos – 9. Tejano Subtopics: – Important settlements in Texas – How Texas got its name – Daily life for people in the missions and presidios Chapter Title Section title 5.ayuntanmiento 6.alcalde 7. mestizos 8. tejano summary
Based on your notes and reading, on a loose leaf sheet of paper, copy and answer the following questions in short answer form. 1. How did the French and the Spanish differ in their relationships with the Native Americans in Texas? 2. Why did Spanish missionaries continue their work in East Texas and on the Plains when many people there resented them? 3. What were the disagreements between the friars and soldier-settlers over the Native Americans? 4. How did Native American’s way of life differ from their traditional way of life?
1.military outposts 2.religious outposts 3.advisers 4.state 5.to give up 6.a city council elected by landowners 7.chief official of city council 8.people of mixed Spanish and Native American heritage 9.people of Mexican heritage who consider Texas their home A.1 st permanent settlement of Europeans in Texas B.1 st Spanish mission in East Texas, later abandoned C.located 5 miles from Rio Grande, strategically located near crossing to access Texas D.sent to negotiate with Spanish officials on Rio Grande, later used as guide to East Texas E. 2 nd mission founded in San Antonio, later included the Alamo F. a bold dangerous mission asked for by the Apaches. They asked for it to use it as protection against the Comanches. G. San Antonio, Goliad, Los Adaes, Nacogdoches H. “Tejas” meaning friendly, Caddo Indians “Tay-yas” I. busy from dusk to dawn, strict, included prayers
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