AMERICAN REVOLUTION FOLDABLE

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AMERICAN REVOLUTION FOLDABLE

  1. 1. FOLDABLE PROJECT GOALCommunicate understanding of:• people’s words and deeds• the cause and effect relationship between events• the meaning of key terms
  2. 2. DIRECTIONS:1. Follow along with the Interactive Slideshow.2. Copy notes in corresponding boxes on foldable.3. View the images to gain a better understanding of terms, people, and events4. Draw AND COLOR (colored pencils) 1 illustration for each term, person, and event. DO NOT COPY the images from the slideshow (= 0 points).
  3. 3. DAY 1 = DAY 3 = DAY 2 =ALL TERMS + ALL ALL PEOPLE +illustrations + EVENTS/TIMELINE illustrations TITLE PAGE + ILLUSTRATIONS
  4. 4. INSIDE of FOLDABLE:TOP = KEY TERMSBOTTOM = PEOPLE
  5. 5. What root word is in loyalist? TOP Box 1 http://www.slideshare.net/pamelag1972/revolutionary-war-words
  6. 6. http://www.slideshare.net/hectorsantiago/americomic-american-revolution-vocab-presentation
  7. 7. TOP Box 1http://www.slideshare.net/pamelag1972/revolutionary-war-words
  8. 8. http://www.slideshare.net/hectorsantiago/americomic-american-revolution-vocab-presentation
  9. 9. http://www.slideshare.net/pamelag1972/revolutionary-war-words
  10. 10. TOP BOX 1
  11. 11. a formal complaint against a perceived unjust act(i.e., List fo Grievances against King George III in the D of I. TOP Box 2
  12. 12. TOP Box 2
  13. 13. TOP Box 3
  14. 14. AdmiralDeGrasseCut offYorktown’sResupply bysea.This is knownAs a blockade. TOP Box 3
  15. 15. surprise attack TOP Box 3
  16. 16. Patriots British
  17. 17. MERCY OTIS WARRENI AM A VERYCLEVERWRITER AND IPUBLISHEDTHEBLOCKHEADS, AN ANTI-BRITISH PLAY.Why do youthink I titled itBlockheads ? BOTTOM Box 1
  18. 18. Martha Washington I joined my husband, George, in the army camps to cook, clean, and sew for him and hisBOTTOM Box 1 men.
  19. 19. Mary Ludwig HaysBOTTOM Box 1 Nickname: for “Molly Pitcher” women who brought water to soldiers on battlefield I fought on the battlefield along side my husband. Many Women washed, cooked, spied and fought
  20. 20. “Gentlemen Johnny” BurgoyneI enjoyed stopping to entertain and hold lavish parties!I was the British generalinvolved in the Battle ofSaratoga.ALTHOUGH I SWORE IWOULD NEVERSURRENDER, ISURRENDERED toGeneral Horatio Gates ATSARATOGA(AFTER CHANGING INTOA CLEAN UNIFORM OF BOTTOM Box 2COURSE!)”
  21. 21. HORATIO GATESALTHOUGH I WASAWEAK, INDECISIVE LEADER,I LED THECONTINENTALFORCES ATFREEMEN’SFARM ANDRECEIVEDCREDIT FOR THESURRENDER OFBORGOYNE. -thisdoesn’t make Benedict Arnold BOTTOM Box 2 TOPhappy…
  22. 22. Thaddeus Kosciuszko I am a Polish Engineer & supervised construction of an earth barrier to hold back Burgoyne at Freemen’s Farm = part of the Battle of Saratoga (NY)BOTTOM Box 2
  23. 23. Benedict ArnoldI am a Patriot & Cleverstrategist BUT…resentment and greed ledme to turn traitor & jointhe British in 1780“I SENT INDIAN ALLIESTO SPREAD RUMORS OFMY LARGE FORCE TOBARRY ST. LEGER IN THEMOHAWK VALLEY. I ALSORESENTED THE FACTTHAT I NEVER RECEIVEDANY CREDIT FOR MYSTRoNG LEADERSHIP”btw, my girlfriend/wife,Peggy Shippen Arnold, BOTTOM Box 3influenced my decision
  24. 24. BOTTOM Box 3 Joseph BrantI am a Mohawk chief and sided with British/Loyalists. I fought in Battles for the Mohawk Valley.
  25. 25. Marquis de BOTTOM Box 3 LaFayetteI am a 19 yr oldFrench noble.I volunteered withWashington’s armyin 1777. I was shotin leg at Brandywine& refusedto leave thebattlefield. I wasone of the mostpopular leaders.I named my 1st born son George WashingtonLaFayette to honor my good friend andmentor, George Washington. I was buried inAmerican soil in France.
  26. 26. BOTTOM Box 3 Baron von SteubenI was a Prussian (German) Volunteer in 1778.I turned the Continental Army into an Effective FightingForce at Valley Forge by teaching European militaryformations, charging with bayonets, & executing drillswith speed and precision. Focus placed on strict hygiene= discipline
  27. 27. BOTTOM Box 4 Francis MarionMy nickname is “Swamp Fox.”I am the leader of 20 mounted men & boys inSouth Carolina swamplands. We used guerillawarfare
  28. 28. BOTTOM Box 4 John Paul JonesI was a Scottish born privateer (pirate for hire). I battledthe British Serapis with my ship, Bonhomme Richard &WON! When things looked rough for me & my men Istated, “I have not yet begun to fight”
  29. 29. General Jean Rochambeau I was the Leader of French forces. I marched south with Washington to the last major battle & WIN at Yorktown, Virgin ia.BOTTOM Box 4
  30. 30. Foldable Timeline Set UpDraw a symbol for each event afteryou read from Dateline p.34 &/orwatch video clipsWrite NEATLY and leave space –DO NOT crowd your notes.
  31. 31. #1 Battle of #3 #5 NYC Washington Washington’s “Bloody Cat & Crosses Winter at Mouse the Valley Forge Game” Delaware 17781776 1777 #4 Saratoga, #6 France #2 Thomas Turning Point Recognizes Paine’s Of the War; American The Crisis EFFECT: Independence leads France & become its to ALLY with ally the Patriots
  32. 32. The War started in the NORTH (New England) & ended in the SOUTH (VA). #7 Battle of Yorktown, last major battle 17831779 1781 #8 Treaty OfSlaves were promised freedom if Paris they fought on either side. Ends However, the British sold them the back into slavery to the West war Indies.
  33. 33. http://www.slideshare.net/hectorsantiago/americomic-american-revolution-vocab-presentation
  34. 34. http://www.slideshare.net/hectorsantiago/americomic-american-revolution-vocab-presentation
  35. 35. http://www.slideshare.net/hectorsantiago/americomic-american-revolution-vocab-presentation
  36. 36. Valley Forge – Washington’s Winter Camp“No pay, no clothes, no provisions, no rum”

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