Presentation on theme: "Intolerable Acts & Taxation Foldable. Intolerable Acts Opening Intolerable – Impossible to endure; unbearable. Coercive – to act by force; strong-arm."— Presentation transcript:
Intolerable Acts & Taxation Foldable
Intolerable Acts Opening Intolerable – Impossible to endure; unbearable. Coercive – to act by force; strong-arm After the Boston Tea Party, England passed a series of strict new laws to punish the colonists. In England, they referred to the 4 new laws as Coercive. In the 13 Colonies, they were referred to as Intolerable. Prompt: Write a sentence using the word “Intolerable,” as if you were a colonist in the 1770’s. Write a sentence using the word “Coercive,” as if you were a British soldier in the 1770’s. Which would you rather be, the soldier or the colonist? WHY?
Student Expectation Analyze the causes of the American Revolution, including the Intolerable Acts.
Intolerable Acts Read each of the new laws passed by the Intolerable Acts and match a picture with that law. Write A, B, C, or D for each picture that matches the description. Sketch the picture in the space provided. (Either the picture from the PowerPoint or your own.)
Road to Revolution Taxation Foldable Create a foldable using 3 pieces of printer paper. Overlap each sheet leaving 1 inch at the bottom of the previous sheet. Fold the three sheets in the middle Creating 6 sections On the 1 st section place the Title “Road to Revolution” 2 nd - Sugar Act rd - Stamp Act th - Quartering Act th - Tea Act th - Intolerable Acts 1774
Road to Revolution Taxation Foldable Define - Inside each flap you will provide a brief descriptions of each tax. Next you will analyze pictures and choose pictures that best fit with each tax Cut the picture out Glue it in.
Create a TREE MAP List each ACT of Parliament in the foldable List 2 unique things about that Act Parliament Acts Stamp QuarteringTownshend Tea Intolerable Cause Effect Cause Effect Cause Effect Cause Effect Cause Effect FRAME OF REFERENCE If you were a colonist during this time, which Act would affect you most? Which act would affect you least? WHY?