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1 THE NORTHWEST ORDINANCE through THE WAR of 1812 Click on Pictures to Activate Content Links

2 Day 1 What will you be able to do after today’s lesson? Explain how the Northwest Ordinance helped establish democratic ideals… What rights were guaranteed under the Northwest Ordinance? What 3 Steps were established under the Northwest Ordinance as a way for parts of the territory to apply for statehood? Let’s look at pages in our textbook *What was the Land Ordinance of 1785? *What was significant about the Northwest Ordinance of 1787?

3 Day 2 What will you be able to do after today’s lesson? Write a summary Let’s look at pages in our textbook. Directions:  Buddy read pages in your textbook  Work with your partner to answer the questions on your handout  Use the answers you wrote with your partner to write a summary of the text independently  Your summary should be in your best cursive handwriting, indented to show it is a paragraph, written in complete sentences, and all words should be spelled correctly  When you are finished, read the story “Aurora Means Dawn” on pages and draw a picture that summarizes the story.

4 Day 3 First, let’s update our timeline: *Which document set-up rules for how to divide and use the land? *Which document organized a government for the Northwest Territory? How much do you remember?  Can you name the 2 groups American settlers found living in the Ohio Country following the Revolutionary War?  Who was the first governor of the Northwest Territory?  Why did the government find it difficult to sell the land in the Ohio Country?  What did Rufus Putnam and other soldiers want Congress to give them as payment for serving in the Revolutionary War?  Why did John Cleve Symmes lose money when he resold the land he purchased? *ASSIGNMENT: WORKBOOK PAGES 17-18

5 Day 4 What will you be able to do after today’s lesson? Explain why the American Indians and the settlers continued to disagree with one another. Describe, in detail, each of the major battles during the Frontier Wars: Harmar’s Defeat, St. Clair’s Defeat, and the Battle of Fallen Timbers Explain the significance of the Treaty of Greenville; and using the past as a reference, make a prediction about whether or not the treaty will end the conflict between the American Indians and the settlers Let’s look at the following pages in our textbook: Pages Pages Pages *What was the Treaty of Greenville?

6 Day 5 Write a Newspaper Article announcing the signing of the Treaty of Greenville:  Your article should include information about the events leading up to the treaty:  Harmar’s Defeat  St. Clair’s Defeat  Battle of Fallen Timbers  Your article should include the terms of the treaty  Who received the land north and west of the Greenville Treaty Line?  Who received the land south and east of the Greenville Treaty Line?  Your article should include a colorful and neatly drawn picture illustrating the event *ASSIGNMENT: WORKBOOK PAGE 19

7 Day 6 First, Let’s update our timeline: *Who was defeated by Little Turtle in 1790? *Who was defeated by Little Turtle and Blue Jacket in 1791? *Who defeated Blue Jacket in 1794 after taking 2 years to prepare his army? How much do you remember?  What is defined as the edge between settled and unsettled areas?  Who built a series of forts on the frontier?  Why did the Indians choose Blue Jacket instead of Little Turtle as their leader just before the Battle of Fallen Timbers?  Who won the Battle of Fallen Timbers?  The Greenville Treaty Line divided the Ohio Country into 2 parts… Who got the land north and west of the line? Who got the land south and east of the line? ASSIGNMENT: Ch. 4, Lessons 1-2 Tests (Open Book)

8 Day 7 What will you be able to do after today’s lesson? Explain how Ohio progressed from a territory to a state. Let’s Look at the following pages in our textbook: Pages and ASSIGNMENT: Create a poster that illustrates the steps to Ohio’s Statehood. Your poster should be neat, colorful, and thorough… Did you include what happened once we had 45,000 people? Did you include the Enabling Act? Did you include the constitutional convention? Did you include when the Ohio Constitution was signed and who signed it? Did you include our first capital and our first governor?

9 Day 8 What will you be able to do after today’s lesson? Identify the causes and effects of Tecumseh’s Confederacy Explain what happened during the Battle of Tippecanoe Identify the causes and effects of the War of 1812 Explain why the Battle of Lake Erie was important Explain how the Battle of Lake Erie impacted the American Indians Let’s Look at the following pages in our textbook: *Let’s Read Page 96 (first column) Video Reminder: Fast Forward to “Ch 6” *Let’s Read the rest of Page 96 and Page 97 How did the U.S. get involved in another war with Great Britain ? Let’s Review… ASSIGNMENT: WORKBOOK PAGE 20

10 Day 9 First, Let’s update our timeline: *On what date was Ohio admitted as the 17 th state? *On November 7, 1811, Tenskwatawa, also known as The Prophet, attacked William Henry Harrison’s Troops at what battle? *On June 12, 1812, The United States declared war on which country? *What battle was fought on September 10, 1813, between Oliver Hazard Perry and the British Navy? How much do you remember?  Which document explained how parts of the Northwest Territory could become states?  Which document allowed Ohio to start writing its constitution?  Who did not sign the Treaty of Greenville?  What did Tecumseh form to resist the settlers moving onto American Indian lands?  Who defeated the British at the Battle of Lake Erie?  Who defeated the British at the Battle of the Thames?  Who was killed during the Battle of the Thames?  What happened to the Indians following the War of 1812?

11 Day 10 What will you be able to do after today’s lesson? Distinguish between primary and secondary sources Let’s look at pages in our textbook Let’s take some notes... Can you tell which source is a primary source and which source is a secondary source? ASSIGNMENT: WORKBOOK PAGE 21

12 Day 11 LET’S REVIEW A Special Thank You to Ms. Susan Finelli for so generously sharing her Jeopardy with us. ASSIGNMENT: Ch. 4, Lesson 3 Test (Open Book)

13 Day 12 TEST DAY Fill-In, Multiple Choice, Short Answer, and Extended Response What You Need to Know: Practice using the following words in context using what you learned: confederation, ordinance, territory, negotiate Definitions: squatter, frontier, constitution, representative, and reservation Describe, in detail, what the Land Ordinance of 1785 and the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 accomplished: Why was the Land Ordinance of 1785 needed? What did it do? What two groups were living in the Ohio Country following the Revolutionary War (when this was written)? What did the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 set-up? Who was the first governor? What were the Steps to Statehood outlined in the Northwest Ordinance? What is one fact you learned about how Ohio became a state? Why is it important? Who built a series of forts on the frontier? Be prepared to identify Primary and Secondary Sources and tell me the difference between them. Which one would you use to understand personal experiences? Which one would you use to get an overview of the events?

14 Test Day, Continued Describe each of the Frontier Wars: Harmar’s Defeat, St. Clair’s Defeat, and the Battle of Fallen Timbers: Who won and who lost each battle? What was different about the Battle of Fallen Timbers compared to the other two battles? Using the information above, describe the events leading up the Treaty of Greenville. How did the Treaty of Greenville divide up the Ohio Country? Why did some Native American leaders, including Tecumseh, refuse to sign the treaty? Why did President Jefferson sign the Enabling Act in 1802? Ohio was admitted as the _____________________ (number) state on _______________________________ (date). Who was elected as Ohio’s first governor? Which city was selected as Ohio’s final capital? What did Tecumseh organize in order to stop western settlement? Why were the Native Americans defeated at the Battle of Tippecanoe? Why did the British and the United States become involved in another war in the early 1800s? What was the name of the War? Who fought at the Battle of Lake Erie? Describe this battle in detail. What was significant about the Battle of the Thames? Who won the War of 1812?

15 : Land Ordinance of 1785

16 : Land Ordinance of : Northwest Ordinance of 1787

17 American Indians and Squatters

18 Arthur St. Clair

19 Families could not afford the land

20 Land in the Northwest Territory

21 It was difficult keeping track of who owned what section of the land.

22 : Land Ordinance of : Northwest Ordinance of : Harmar’s Defeat

23 : Land Ordinance of : Northwest Ordinance of : Harmar’s Defeat 1791: St. Clair’s Defeat

24 : Land Ordinance of : Northwest Ordinance of : Harmar’s Defeat 1791: St. Clair’s Defeat 1794: Battle of Fallen Timbers (Anthony Wayne)

25 Frontier

26 Arthur St. Clair

27 Little Turtle wanted to make peace

28 Anthony Wayne

29 North & West: Indians South & East: American Settlers

30 : Ohio Admitted as a State on March 1 st

31 : Ohio Admitted as a State on March 1 st 1811: Battle of Tippecanoe

32 March 1, 1803: Ohio Admitted as a State 1811: Battle of Tippecanoe June 12, 1812: War of 1812 (against Great Britain)

33 March 1, 1803: Ohio Admitted as a State 1811: Battle of Tippecanoe June 12, 1812: War of 1812 (against Great Britain) 1813: Battle of Lake Erie

34 Northwest Ordinance of 1787

35 The Enabling Act

36 Tecumseh

37 Confederacy

38 Oliver Hazard Perry

39 William Henry Harrison

40 Tecumseh

41 They were forced to live on reservations


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