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4 L EARNING T ARGET:  I can identify the key events leading up to the Revolution and analyze the degree to which each led to colonial discontent. Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent 29 R In other words, I can list important events which caused tension between England and the colonies and how much tension was created by each event.

5 You will view a series of slides that show the changing relationship between England and its American colonies. Interactive Slide Lecture Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent You will graphically represent how tensions intensified between 1619 and Level of TENSION between England and America 1619 to 1763 Tension Between England and the Colonies A little A LOT 29 R

6 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent What do you see in the slide?What physical features do you see?What are the people in the foreground doing?What are the ships doing?With whom do you think these people trade? Slide 1

7 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies WHY this level of tension?

8 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Slide 2 What do you see in this illustration?Who are these men?What are they doing?How do they look?Who is leading this group?Have you ever sat in a group and made decisions this way? Was it easy? Explain.

9 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs Why ?

10 S TUDENT R ESPONSE Create an annotated diagram that describes the levels of government that controlled the lives of people living in colonial America. Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent For each term, write a one-sentence explanation and draw an appropriate visual. Monarch Parliament Governors Colonial Assemblies Town Meetings Relied on his advisors to set policies for the colonies, but in theory all land belonged to him. L 28

11 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Parliament Governors Colonial Assemblies Town Meetings Relied on his advisors to set policies for the colonies, but in theory all land belonged to him. The lawmaking body of England that had to approve the monarch’s policies. Each colony had an assembly, an elected group of officials who controlled the raising and spending of tax money. Town meetings allowed the residents of a city to deal with local issues such as education and property taxes. Monarch $ Although often considered incompetent, they acted as the monarch’s chief representative in the colonies. LordsCommons Laws

12 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs England enacts Naviga- tion Acts to control and profit from colonial trade Why ?

13 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs England enacts Naviga- tion Acts to control and profit from colonial trade Why ? Crown appoints governors to govern colonies, but many don’t enforce the Navi- gation Acts Why ?

14 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Slide 3 What do you see in this picture?Where is this?What does this army appear to be doing?Why do you think England and France were at war in North America? Which side do you think colonists favored?

15 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs England enacts Naviga- tion Acts to control and profit from colonial trade Why ? Crown appoints governors to govern colonies, but many don’t enforce the Navi- gation Acts Why ? Americans support English during the French and Indian War expecting to gain more land Why ?

16 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs England enacts Naviga- tion Acts to control and profit from colonial trade Why ? Crown appoints governors to govern colonies, but many don’t enforce the Navi- gation Acts Why ? Americans support English during the French and Indian War expecting to gain more land Why ? cost of French and Indian War causes England to pass new tax laws Why ?

17 Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs England enacts Naviga- tion Acts to control and profit from colonial trade Why ? Crown appoints governors to govern colonies, but many don’t enforce the Navi- gation Acts Why ? Americans support English during the French and Indian War expecting to gain more land Why ? cost of French and Indian War causes England to pass new tax laws Why ? Procla- mation of 1763 closes region beyond the Appala- chian Moun- tains to white settlers Why ? Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent

18 Slide 4 Who is this man?How would he react to the Proclamation of 1763?What would he think of the American colonists?What would he ask them to do in return for removing the French from North America?

19 Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent Level of TENSION 1619 to 1763 promises of cheap land and religious freedom attract settlers to America Tension Between England and the Colonies each colony creates its own assembly to manage local affairs England enacts Naviga- tion Acts to control and profit from colonial trade Why ? Crown appoints governors to govern colonies, but many don’t enforce the Navi- gation Acts Why ? Americans support English during the French and Indian War expecting to gain more land Why ? cost of French and Indian War causes England to pass new tax laws Why ? Procla- mation of 1763 closes region beyond the Appala- chian Moun- tains to white settlers Why ? England plans to station a perma- nent army in the colonies Why ?

20 W RAP- U P Lesson 10: From Comfort to Discontent To represent England and the colonies, draw simple visuals of a parent and teenager and add an appropriate voice or thought bubble for each character. Create a political cartoon that comments on the relationship between England and its American colonies on the eve of the American Revolution. Video State Farm Insurance


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