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2 Page 31 Lesson 11 Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

3 WARM-UPL 30 Look at the painting. What is happening here? Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

4 O BJECTIVE:  I can describe the events which provoked resentment and anger within the colonists AND British. Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British  Patriots  Loyalists (Tories)  Minutemen VOCAB Key Vocabulary to add to Flashcard List (18-20) 31 R

5 WARM-UP 3130 ACTIONS PROVOKE THE COLONISTS AND BRITISH Lesson 11 Look at the painting. What is happening here? Section 5.5 The Boston Massacre Section 5.6 The Boston Tea Party Section 5.7 The Intolerable Acts Section 5.8 Lexington and Concord CLASS NOTES 5.5 The Boston Massacre 5.6 The Boston Tea Party 5.7 The Intolerable Acts 5.8 Lexington and Concord TRUE OR FALSE? I PREDICT IT IS... Complete the pre-reading/post reading activity OBJECTIVE:  I can describe the events which provoked resentment and anger within the colonists AND British. PERSONAL READING NOTES

6 TRUE OR FALSE? I PREDICT IT IS... L 30 REMEMBER, attach BUT leave access to the paper behind it for your PERSONAL READING NOTES! TRUE OR FALSE? I PREDICT IT IS... Before you read the assignment, predict if the statement is true or false and write your answer in the “PRE” column. After reading the text, reevaluate your answer by writing true or false in the “POST” column. Provide the evidence as gained from the reading. 1. Parliament suspended colonial assemblies because they refused to quarter troops. 2. Daughters of Liberty groups were formed to boycott tea and other British goods. 3. The Boston Massacre was the first battle of the Revolutionary War. 4. John Adams defended the British soldiers who were responsible for the Boston Massacre. 5. Due to protests and the boycotts, the British repealed all the taxes. 6. The Boston Tea Party reunited colonial and British officials. PRE STATEMENT & EVIDENCE POST Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

7 TRUE OR FALSE? I PREDICT IT IS... L 30 Before you read, predict if the statement is true or false in the “PRE” column. Provide evidence from the reading. After reading the text, reevaluate your answer by writing true or false in the “POST” column. TRUE OR FALSE? I PREDICT IT IS... Before you read the assignment, predict if the statement is true or false and write your answer in the “PRE” column. After reading the text, reevaluate your answer by writing true or false in the “POST” column. Provide the evidence as gained from the reading. 1. Parliament suspended colonial assemblies because they refused to quarter troops. 2. Daughters of Liberty groups were formed to boycott tea and other British goods. 3. The Boston Massacre was the first battle of the Revolutionary War. 4. John Adams defended the British soldiers who were responsible for the Boston Massacre. 5. Due to protests and the boycotts, the British repealed all the taxes. 6. The Boston Tea Party reunited colonial and British officials. PRE STATEMENT & EVIDENCE POST FT?FT? Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

8 AT THE SAME TIME... L 30 Divide the rest of your page into fours. As you read each section, 5.5 through 5.8, write down the KEY events with a brief description. 5.5 – The Boston Massacre5.6 – The Boston Tea Party 5.7 – The Intolerable Acts5.8 – Lexington & Concord Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

9 Write down the KEY events with a brief description. L 30 Read Section 5.5 The Boston Massacre Pages PERSONAL READING NOTES In Creating America Pages 149-top 150 Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

10 The Boston Massacre Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

11 Excerpt from “John Adams” movie on the “Boston Massacre”: Excerpt 1 – That Fateful Night Excerpt 2 – The Trial Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

12 CLASS NOTES The Boston Massacre  Trouble has been brewing for awhile 4 regiments of British troops stationed in Boston  Mob violence breaks out patriots antagonize the British troops soldiers panic and open fire 5 Bostonians killed and 10 wounded  Massacre or self-defense? Patriots describe this event as a “massacre” British as self-defense with a lawless mob 31 R

13 Write down the KEY events with a brief description. L 30 Read Section 5.6 The Boston Tea Party Pages PERSONAL READING NOTES In Creating America Pages Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

14 The Boston Tea Party Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

15 The Boston Tea Party, 1773 Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

16 Colonists protested the Tea Act in several ways. Excerpt from “John Adams” movie on tar and feathering. How would the British respond to this form of “protest”? Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

17 Interpreting a political cartoon. The most basic task in reading any document, text, or image, is to identify the four Ws:  Who produced it?  When was it made?  Why was it made?  What exactly does it say or show?

18 3 ships were in Boston harbor Each ship carried 114 full chests of tea Each full chest holds 400 pounds of tea 1 pound of tea cost £ 9 British sterling British tax on tea was three pence (£.03) per pound What was the monetary loss to the (British) East India Company because of the Boston Tea Party? Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

19 3 ships were in Boston harbor Each ship carried 114 full chests of tea Each full chest holds 400 pounds of tea 1 pound of tea cost £ 9 British sterling British tax on tea was three pence (£.03) per pound 3 ships x chests of tea 342 chests of tea x 400 pounds of tea per chest 136,800 pounds of tea x 9 £ British sterling per pound of tea £1,231,200 British sterling £1,231,200 British sterling Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

20 Don’t FORGET the TAX! British tax on tea was three pence (£.03) per pound £1,231,200 + £4, = £1,235, ,800 pounds of tea at £.03 tax rate equals £4, tea tax £1,235,304 x $1.61 US conversion rate = $1,984, US Currently £1 British sterling equals $1.61 US How would the British respond to this form of “protest”? Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

21  The Tea Act attempt to save the British East India Company British monopoly of tea trade tried to force colonists to buy British taxed tea  Tea ships arrive protestors prevented the ships from being unloaded Governor ordered British navy to block the harbor so the ships could be unloaded Sons of Liberty dumped 342 chests of tea into the harbor CLASS NOTES The Boston Tea Party 31 R Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

22 Write down the KEY events with a brief description. L 30 Read Section 5.7 The Intolerable Acts Pages PERSONAL READING NOTES In Creating America Pages 154-top 156 Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

23 The Intolerable Acts Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

24  Parliament passes new laws to show the colonies who the boss is punish Massachusetts for the Boston Tea Party  4 actions: CLASS NOTES The Intolerable Acts closed Boston harbor disbanded colonial assembly  Loyalists believe Bostonians have gone too far  Colonies start to unite but many still divided First Continental Congress (September 1774)  conclusion was to send a respectful letter to King George III and a new boycott British goods Colonies form militias soldiers accused of crimes to be tried in England more soldiers sent to Boston 31 R Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

25 PATRIOTS American colonists who believed that the colonies had the right to govern themselves VOCAB Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

26 LOYALISTS (Tories) American colonists who were loyal to the British government VOCAB Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

27 Write down the KEY events with a brief description. L 30 Read Section 5.8 Lexington and Concord Pages In Creating America Pages PERSONAL READING NOTES Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

28 Lexington Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

29 Concord Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

30 The March Back to Boston Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

31  King George III rejects the colonies’ message and the king decides to tighten his grip on the colonies Sends troops into Boston to quell rebellion  Lexington Paul Revere, William Dawes, and Samuel Prescott warn colonists of the impending attack British troops marching to seize the munitions at Concord clash with colonial militia – Minutemen  Concord Munitions moved by the time British arrive Skirmish at Concord’s North Bridge On the march back to Boston, the Minutemen harass the British troops CLASS NOTES Lexington & Concord 31 R Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

32 MINUTEMEN A member of the colonial militia who was trained to respond “at a minute’s warning” VOCAB Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British

33 L 30 Review “I Predict…” 1. Parliament suspended colonial assemblies because they refused to quarter troops. 2. Daughters of Liberty groups were formed to boycott tea and other British goods. 3. The Boston Massacre was the first battle of the Revolutionary War. 4. John Adams defended the British soldiers who were responsible for the Boston Massacre. 5. Due to protests and the boycotts, the British repealed all the taxes. 6. The Boston Tea Party reunited colonial and British officials. PRE STATEMENT & EVIDENCE POST Women were organized in the Daughters (page 69, CA 148) A brawl or riot (page 70, CA 149) Adams argued the soldiers acted in self-defense (page 70, CA 150) All taxes EXCEPT the tax on tea (page 70, CA 150) Boston Tea Party was an act of defiance (page 72, CA 151) Only New York’s assembly was taken away (page 68, CA 147) F T F T F F Lesson 11: Actions Provoke the Colonists and British


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