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Bell Ringer: Pop Quiz! Please take out your homework to turn in!
Socratic Seminar PERIOD 1: CHAPTER 2 *NOTE- YOU WILL TURN IN YOUR NOTES FROM OUR DISCUSSION AS YOUR EXIT TICKET
Reminder: Rules, Roles, and Goals! You may only participate IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE READING. If you have not, then you will not be allowed to speak today, you may only take notes. -We will first go over the Key Concepts that you MUST understand. -Then those of you who are prepared may ask your discussion questions and in doing so, take on the role of the Discussion leader (call on students, be sure to keep the conversation on topic and make sure that it remains productive. If the topic is no longer helpful, it is time to move on.) -To keep the discussion well-rounded, we are going to follow the two-before-you rule. Once you have spoken two others should speak first before you raise your hand again (UNLESS YOU ARE THE LEADER) -Goal: To address the essential questions of the unit. To address any confusion or complexity of the text!
MUST UNDERSTAND: KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPT 1.1 How did native populations in North America developed complex societies based on their interactions with the environment and each other (pg. 5-10; 31-32)? Why some native populations in the Northeast and along the Atlantic Seaboard favored the development of permanent villages (pg. 31-32, 38-39)
MUST UNDERSTAND: KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPT 1.2 Why American Indian labor used by the Spanish in the encomienda system was gradually replaced with African slavery (pg. 16, 33-35) Why European expansion in the Western Hemisphere caused intense social, religious, political, and economic competition in Europe and the promotion of empire building (pg. 20- 22, 25-27) How improvements in technology and more organized methods for international trade promoted changes to economies in Europe and the Americas (pg. 27-28)
MUST UNDERSTAND: KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPT 1.3 How European overseas expansion and sustained contact with Africans and American Indians altered European views of the relationship among and between white and nonwhite peoples (pg. 1-20, 30-35)
MUST UNDERSTAND: KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPT 2.1 Why the Chesapeake colonies and North Carolina relied on the cultivation of tobacco (pg. 32-33) How the colonies along the southernmost Atlantic coast and British islands in the West Indies took advantage of long growing seasons by using slave labor to develop economies based on staple crops (pf. 33-35)
MUST UNDERSTAND: KEY CONCEPTS: KEY CONCEPT 2.2 How North American colonies focused on gaining new sources of labor and on producing and acquiring commodities that were valued in Europe (pg. 28-30, 32-37)
Historical Causation What caused the cultural clashes between English colonists and American Indians in the seventeenth century? As you read the chapter, how many different reasons did you identify as a cause of conflict between the English colonists and the American Indians?
Patterns of Continuity and Change over Time How did the development of the British colonies in the Chesapeake, southern Atlantic coast, and West Indies change throughout the seventeenth century? As you read the chapter, how many specific examples of continuity and change in the development of the British colonies did you identify?
Comparison How did the development of the British colonies along the southern Atlantic coast and in the West Indies compare with the development of the Spanish colonies in Mexico and the American South-West? As you read this chapter, how many similarities and differences between the Spanish and English settlements did you identify?
Essential Questions Explain how free and forced migration to and within different parts of North America caused regional development, cultural diversity and blending, and political and social conflicts through the 19th century. Explain the development of labor systems such as slavery, indentured servitude, and free labor from the colonial period through the end of the 18th century. Explain how the introduction of new plants, animals, and technologies altered the natural environment of North America and affected interactions among various groups in the colonial period
Your questions… Reminder of the role Those of you who were prepared may ask your discussion questions and in doing so, take on the role of the Discussion leader (call on students, be sure to keep the conversation on topic and make sure that it remains productive. If the topic is no longer helpful, it is time to move on.)
Exit Slip and Homework: Watch Crash Course #2 and answer accompanying questions for Thursday. Reminder TEST 1 THURSDAY! 1. Explain why England was slow to enter the colonization race and what factors finally led it to launch colonies in the early seventeenth century. 2. Describe the cultural and social interaction and exchange between English settlers and Indians in Virginia and the effects of the Virginians’ policy of warfare and forced removal on Indians and whites 3. Compare the tobacco-based economic development of Virginia and Maryland with South Carolina’s reliance on large-plantation rice-growing and African slavery based on West Indian models. 4. Identify the major similarities and differences among the southern colonies of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.