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Sept. 5, 2013. F.O.A. (Bellwork) No. 33 on TCAP sampler about Native Americans.

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1 Sept. 5, 2013

2 F.O.A. (Bellwork) No. 33 on TCAP sampler about Native Americans

3 EQs How did Native Americans respond to colonial growth? (8.4 spi 4) How did the French and Indian War draw the colonists closer together but increase friction with Britain? (8.5 spi 4)

4 Today APP strategy APP activity with a partner French and Indian War video Next week: French and Indian War

5 Read the Quote “Fathers, both you and the English are white, we live in a Country between; therefore the Land belongs to neither one nor to other; But the Great Being Above allow'd it to be a Place of Residence for us; so Fathers, I desire you to withdraw, as I have done our Brothers the English; for I will keep you at Arms length. I lay this down as a Trial for both, to see which will have the greatest Regard to it, and that Side we will stand by, and make equal Sharers with us.”

6 APP strategy Author – What can you tell about the author from the quote? People – Who is the audience? Purpose – Why is he or she saying this?

7 This dude said it Seneca chief Tanaghrisson to the commander of a French fort in the Ohio Valley, as reported to and recorded by George Washington, 25 November 1753

8 Assignment Follow the APP strategy for the first page. You have seven minutes to do this. Answer the questions specific to your group. You have seven minutes to do this.

9 Video on French and Indian War War lasted from 1754-1763 and was fought in North America. British/Colonies vs. French/Indians.’


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