Presentation on theme: "Loyalists, Indians, and Slaves in the Revolutionary South,"— Presentation transcript:
1 Loyalists, Indians, and Slaves in the Revolutionary South, 1775-1782 Three Peoples, One KingLoyalists, Indians, and Slaves in the Revolutionary South,Jim Piecuch1
2 Three Peoples, One King Social Studies Standard 8-2.2 Compare the perspectives and roles of different South Caroliniansduring the American Revolution, including those of political leaders,soldiers, partisans, Patriots, Tories/Loyalists, women, AfricanAmericans, and Native Americans..
6 Three Peoples, One King Group 1: Chapter 1: Revolution Comes to the Deep SouthEvans, DaleGamble, BDennis, SKalu, OSmith, D6
7 Three Peoples, One King Group 2: Chapter 2: The British Government and its Supporters React to the RevolutionWatson, PAlexander, RZachary, VMiller-Darby, R.7
8 Three Peoples, One King Group 3: Chapter 3: Whigs Ascendant Manning, S Ralison, WCalvert, PKeiffer, R8
9 Three Peoples, One King Group 4: Chapter 4: The British Return Miller, JJefferson, ISweeper, CYarbrough, T9
10 Three Peoples, One King Group 5: Chapter 5: The Reconquest of South CarolinaJean, HBrown-Johnson, DRamey, tPough, JPolidore, A10
11 Three Peoples, One King Group 6: Chapter 6: Precipice Watson, V Pelzer, B11
12 Three Peoples, One King Group 7: Chapter 7: British Collapse Johnson, JRice, EHallman, M12
13 Three Peoples, One KingWhat is the significance of the phrase, ”three peoples, one king”, as it relates to the complexity of the revolutionary South?What were the specific interests of African Americans as it related to the revolutionary era?What were the specific interests of Loyalists as it related to the revolutionary era?
14 Three Peoples, One KingWhat were the specific interests of Native Americans as it related to the revolutionary era?What united and separated Native Americans, African American and Loyalists in the revolutionary south?How did the interests of the aforementioned group differ from their northern counterparts?
15 Three Peoples, One KingWhat roles did the American revolutionaries play in helping to defeat the British coalition?To what extent did the British betray their American allies?Summarize the key conflicts and leaders of the American Revolution in South Carolina and the south
16 Three Peoples, One KingCompare the perspectives and roles of different South Carolinians during the American Revolution, including those of political leaders, soldiers, partisans, Patriots, Tories/Loyalists, women, African Americans, and Native AmericansHow will you use this work in your teaching?
17 Total Points Your Score 3 2 1 10 Essay DUE: December, 2009CriteriaTotal PointsYour ScoreEssay addresses thought questions* discussed within groups and shows a good understanding of major themes and events3Essay cites at least two specific references from the book (listing specific page numbers and/or direct quotes)Essay shows reflection on how material in this book can be used in the classroom (can be in the form of a paragraph or two at the end of the essay)2Essay is words (not counting any quotes cited from the book)1Essay is typed, looks neat, and is grammatically correct10
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