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1 Tuesday, Nov. 5 1.Get out your History Spiral then put your binder on the floor 2. Update your Table of Contents DateTitle Entry # 10/29Fighting Begins in the North notes44 10/31Olive Branch Petition v. Common Sense45 11/1Patrick Henry: “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death”46 11/4Warm-Up’s Nov. 4 th to 8 th 47 11/5What does it mean activity 48 3.Turn to entry #47 and use entry #45 to answer Write and answer the following: According to Common Sense; what did Thomas Paine say it was common sense to do?

2 Olive Branch Petition v. Common Sense #45 I.After the battles at Lexington and Concord and the British retreat from Boston, there were many more battles, and most yet few colonists began to cry for independence. II.Make a Venn Diagram: Record at least one similarity and at least three differences between the Olive Branch Petition and Common Sense

3 Olive Branch PetitionCommon Sense Give solutions to the problems between Great Britain and the colonies.

4 Olive Branch PetitionCommon Sense Give solutions to the problems between Great Britain and the colonies. * Written to King George. *Colonists ask for an end to the quarrels and hope for peace. *King George rejects it and calls colonists traitors.

5 Olive Branch PetitionCommon Sense Give solutions to the problems between Great Britain and the colonies. * Written to King George. *Colonists ask for an end to the quarrels and hope for peace. *King George rejects it and calls colonists traitors. *Written to colonists. *Claims Great Britain has hurt the colonists. *Thousands of colonists are persuaded to declare independence.

6 Patrick Henry 1. Turn to entry #46 2. Compare your answers

7 1. What career did Patrick Henry follow? After trying his hand at farming and as a merchant, Henry became a lawyer. 2. What is an orator? A public speaker (Henry was a great one.) 3. In March 1775, Patrick Henry delivered a famous, inspirational speech that included the statement, “Give me liberty or give me death.” What does his statement mean? He would rather die than give up his freedom. 4. Under what form of government did Patrick Henry firmly believe the colonies should operate? Henry believed each state should run its own affairs and fought against the United States Constitution. 5. Patrick Henry has been described in many different ways. Describe him. He was brave, a great public speaker, patriot, and founding father.

8 I found a note!!!

9 Too late to apologize g

10 What it means? 1.With the people at your table match today’s language with the real Declaration of Independence. 2.Teacher checks to see if you are correct 3.Write today’s language on the worksheet the teacher gives you


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