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  1. 1. Do Now 7 minutes  Make sure to staple the three papers from yesterday to the first page of your college- ruled notebook (WITH ONE STAPLE. JUST ONE)  Begin your “Do Now” promptly on the first page of your notebook:  “List one difference and one similarity between New England (North), Middle, and Southern colonies.”
  2. 2.  History 1776- Day 5 With Mr. Acevedo
  3. 3. Aliens?
  4. 4. Motivation Monday  We missed it yesterday, so here it is…on Tuesday!  Motivation Monday is meant to pump us up for the week and get us ready to go, ready to work, and ready to take on our learning goals! 
  5. 5. For Your Information (FYI)  Facebook: Excel Acevedo  Instagram: @excelgamechangers  Email:
  6. 6. Share Out! 2 minutes  Share with your partner (the person sitting next to you). Grade each other’s Do Nows (1- no work, 2- a few words, 3- a few sentences, 4- a lot of work, but a few spelling errors and grammar errors, 5- perfect) [2 minutes]  Be ready to share with the class! [1 minutes]
  7. 7. Reviewing the Great Awakening
  8. 8. Notes  Take notes that synthesize the main idea of what I am saying  Instead of copying all the words down, copy down the ones that I focus on during the presentation  Try to organize them in the same way
  9. 9. The Great Awakening  The First Great Awakening of the 1730s and 1740s was primarily a revival of evangelical religion that spread through the colonies.  Evangelism refers to the practice of relaying information about a particular set of beliefs to others who do not hold those beliefs.  Revivals were emotional meetings where people came together to hear sermons.  Evangelical Religion is attempting to convert people to a religion.
  10. 10. Great Awakening Pt. 2  Sermons struck fear of sin and going to hell into the people listening. They are already under a sentence of condemnation to hell.  Religious leaders during the First Great Awakening wanted to spread religious feeling throughout the colonies.  The Great Awakening preached that inner religious emotion was more important than outer religious behavior.  The purpose of the First Great Awakening was to teach equality among Christians and to bring back religious spirit. Invited African-Americans into the church  Values: Equality, individualism, democracy, and defying authority
  11. 11. Revisiting “Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God” by Jonathan Edwards  We will spend from now until the end of class on “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
  12. 12. …and now you’ve read Jonathan Edwards
  13. 13. Exit Ticket  Under your “Do Now”, write Scholar Score (and underline it). Give yourself three scores (on a scale of 1-5) : 1) the score your class deserves, 2) the score that you deserve, 3) the score that I deserve for how I taught the material.  Be honest!