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By the end of this class, I will be able to explain the causes and effects of the French and Indian War by taking Cornell Notes and answering questions. Questions: 1. The collecting of a tax by force is known as a ______________. 2. A political saying or phrase is a __________. 3. Using words, ideas or information in order to purposely harm another is known as ___________________.
Monday- finish Vocabulary illustrations and vocabulary story (pg. 3-4) Tuesday- make sure Cornell Notes are finished and textbook assignment is finished Wednesday- finish any incomplete notebook pages Thurs/Fri- NO HOMEWORK
This is the title page for Unit #2 – Unrest Leads to Rebellion Include one large illustration of something from the unit. You can print, or draw your pictures. You should always color your pictures. You’ll have a better idea of what you’re looking for as we move through this unit.
L1 – Unit #2 Title Page – Unrest Leads to Rebellion R2 – Table of Contents L3 – Vocabulary Words R4 – Vocabulary + Vocabulary Story – at least 5 vocab. Words/ ½ page minimum L5 – Slide #1 – Albany Plan of Union R6 – Albany Plan of Union Political Cartoon L7 – Slide #2 – The French and Indian War Notes R8 – Pontiacs Rebellion/Proclamation of 1763 Notes L9 – Slide #3 – Pontiac’s Rebellion / Proclamation of 1763 Cause and Effects R10 – Pontiac’s Rebellion/Proclamation of 1763 Comic Strip L11 – Slide #4 – Stamp Act of 1765 / Townshend Acts of 1767 Cornell Notes R12 – Stamp Act - Activity L13 – Slide #5 – Quartering Act of 1765 R14 – BostonLodging.Com L15 – Slide #6 – Boston Massacre of 1770 R16 – Paul Revere / General Thomas Gage – From My Perspective L17 – Slide #7 – Boston Tea Party of 1773 R18 – Samuel Adams / George III – From My Perspective
L19 - Slide #8 – Intolerable Acts of 1774 R20 – Intolerable Acts Pie – Recipe for Rebellion L21 – Slide #9 – Lexington and Concord R22 – Causes of the American Revolution Timeline
We are now going to take a new form of Cornell Notes. The notes look similar, but you will quickly notice it is not simply writing terms or questions on the left. Your job will be to add the notes on the left, but you need to make sure the notes are meaningful You will need to react to the notes on the right by adding notes on the left that help you reflect and learn the information
The following is a list of possible options you can use for your notes on the left: (Write these down in your notebook on pg. 5 at the top) Terms = vocabulary words Ask a Question that can be answered in the notes This reminds me of… I think… Quick Draw
You must use each option at least once in your notes. At the beginning of every Slide (ex: Slide #1), you will see a minimum count for the amount of notes that need to be on the left. Your notes should be as neat as possible and done with care
Left Hand Notes Question, quick draw, I think, this reminds me of, or vocabulary Right Side notes SET UP YOUR PAPER LIKE THIS BELOW ON PAGE 5---
By 1600s France claimed Ohio River valley, The Mississippi Valley, and the Great Lakes region France begins building military forts in the Ohio River Valley to protect claim French also built settlements in Montreal and Quebec (present day Canada) France and England both wanted co claim the Ohio River Valley land/ war broke out for control France + Native American allies v. England + Native American allies
FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR CONTINUED Threat of French domination combined with Native American attacks leads to war Governor of Virginia sends group of soldiers to tell French to leave Leader for the British= George Washington Sent to build a fort in the Ohio River Valley (Fort Duquesne (du-KAYNE) British surrender Fort Duquesne British and Washington build Fort Necessity- Washington surrenders this fort too War becomes part of 7 Years War – a worldwide struggle for world domination between France and Great Britain
Who won the war? What were the effects of the war? In 1763, Great Britain wins the war. Signs treaty w/France Great Britain takes control of North America British almost go bankrupt financing war Monarchy (king) decide colonists should help pay off war debt – increases taxation