Presentation on theme: "Do Now: SHORT ANSWER #4 ON PAGE 20 IN AMSCO HOMEWORK- READ AND ANSWER PRACTICING HISTORICAL THINKING FOR DOCUMENTS 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, AND 2.4 FROM “DOCUMENTING."— Presentation transcript:
Do Now: SHORT ANSWER #4 ON PAGE 20 IN AMSCO HOMEWORK- READ AND ANSWER PRACTICING HISTORICAL THINKING FOR DOCUMENTS 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, AND 2.4 FROM “DOCUMENTING UNITED STATES HISTORY” DUE TUESDAY READ AND ANSWER QUESTIONS ON CHAPTER 3 AND 4 DUE MONDAY 13 COLONIES PROJECT DUE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 ND
13 Colonies Project! Woooooo! Your goal is to become the expert on the culture, society, politics, and environment of one of the thirteen colonies. You will then learn about the other colonies from your classmates and be able to compare and contrast them.
13 Colonies!!! Role- You are a real estate agent (historical note- there were no real estate agents during this time) who has come to America and settled in one of the new 13 colonies. Audience- Your audience will be new immigrant getting ready to sail towards America who must choose where they want to settle.
13 Colonies!! Situation- You need to become an expert on this new land if you want to become the top real estate agent of your colony, and attract the most new settlers. The new settlers will want to know all there is about your colony and will be comparing your colony to the other 12 as they make their selection! As you research the area, you will discover the similarities and differences of the colonies. You will uncover the hardships that the settlers faced while creating a new life that was accepting of everyone. You will discover the challenges they faced, territorial differences and similarities, religious factors, and slavery issues.
13 Colonies!! Product: You must do research (both from your texts and outside the classroom materials) on your assigned colony. After analyzing your findings, you will create a PowerPoint, Video, or Brochure to be sent to England. Your publication must include the following -Map of your colony as it was during the 1700’s -Major towns or communities -Geographic features -Climate and agricultural information -Economic development or how they made their money -Why and who originally founded the colony -Two reasons your colony is better than the others -At least 3 pictures (must be historically accurate) -A Works Cited- which should be typed and turned in separately
13 Colonies!! Standards: This project will be graded as a creative project. Therefore, you will either receive a 0 or a 100%. Projects which meet all requirements, are historically accurate, with proper grammar, and creativity will score a 100. Projects which have been put together at the last minute with little thought or effort are typically easy to spot and will receive a 0. SUGGESTION: The following sites are a good place to start- they have many links to great websites! http://www.clay.k12.in.us/nhs/Education/classinf/norris/ 13col.cfm http://www.clay.k12.in.us/nhs/Education/classinf/norris/ 13col.cfm https://www.gilderlehrman.org/search/gli_search/coloni es https://www.gilderlehrman.org/search/gli_search/coloni es
Jig-Saw Form 3 groups! Each group will be given materials on one of the 4 Colony Types! Spanish, French, English You will become an expert on your colony type so that you can then jig-saw and create a comparison chart! We will then share out our findings and discuss what caused the similarities and differences!
EXIT SLIP! Using what you have learned this far address the following thematic learning objective: WOR-1.0 Explain how cultural interaction, cooperation, competition, and conflict between empires, nations, and peoples have influenced political, economic, and social developments in North America.