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The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
The 13 Colonies
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  • 1. The 13 ColoniesLEQ: How did different goals andgeographical locations affect thedevelopment of England’s North American Colonies?
  • 2. Review -Bell Ringer1. Why did the colonists attempt to settle again on Roanoke Island?2. List two reasons for the settlement of Jamestown3. List 2 effects of the settlement of Jamestown
  • 3. Reminders!• Even though this is a Social Studies week• I will still have Science Tutoring on Wednesday! – If you don’t know how to find neutrons I STRONGLY suggest you come!• Meet in my room after school until 3:30• Your ride MUST be here at 3:30• Questions or concerns come talk to me after class!• Because of the Short week next week I will have tutoring on Monday instead
  • 4. In Pairs- Cornell NotesQuestions Answer1. What problems did the colonists face in the fist year after settlement?2. What lead settlers to choose the site for Jamestown?3. Why did Jamestown Colonists endure a “starving time?4. How did Smith, Lord De La Warr and Rolfe help keep the James town Colony from FailingSummery: What effect did Jamestown’s success have in North America?
  • 5. Answer Drinking water was impure and mosquitoes spread1. What problems did diseases. Food was scarce and some colonists were the colonists face in attacked by Native AmericansQuestions year after the fist settlement? It was 30 miles up stream and protected by land on three2. What lead settlers to sides. This caused the Virginia Company’s ships could choose the site for easily bring supplies and more colonists. The settlement Jamestown? was also hidden from Spanish Ships along the shore3. Why did Jamestown Colonists endure a “starving time? The Virginia Company did not send enough food and the4. How did Smith, Lord did not grow enough supplement De La Warr and Rolfe help keep the James Had strict rules that required all colonists to farm. Also had town Colony from temporary peace with the Native Americans (Powhatans) Failing Summery: What effect did Jamestown’s success have in North America?
  • 6. The Fight for Religious Freedom• Church of England was in charge• Similar to the Roman Catholic Church, but had a few different rules• Conformists- people that stayed true to the Church of England and obeyed its teachings
  • 7. The Fight for Religious Freedom• Puritans- people that followed the Church of England, but wanted to get rid of any similarities of the Roman Catholic Church• Separatists- The Church of England did not represent he true faith, so they decided to break away from the church
  • 8. In Pairs • Work in pairs to fill out the chart below Leaders Beliefs Consequences Effects Major EventSeparatists/PilgrimsPgs 79-81PuritansPgs 79, 81-83
  • 9. Answers • You have 2 minutes to check your answers below Leaders Beliefs Consequences Effects Major EventSeparatists/Pilgrims John Any group of Thrown in jail Fled to Signed thePgs 79-81 Carver people had for their Netherlands, Mayflower the right to beliefs then to North Compact, William establish America became Bradford their own known as church PilgrimsPuritans John Believed in Thrown in jail Sent colonists The “great Winthrop the teachings for their to migration”Pgs 79, 81-83 of the Church beliefs Massachusetts over 20,000 of England puritans but wanted over the to purify the next 10 church of yeas came England to Mass. Bay area
  • 10. The Fight for Religious Freedom• The ship Mayflower sent sail for North America, but was blown off course by rough weather• Because the pilgrims were in new land they needed a government• The Mayflower Compact was an agreement to set up the colony government
  • 11. On Your Own• Read the section “Puritan Intolerance leads to New Colonies” answer the following questions1. Define the word Intolerant. How did it apply to the Puritans?2. What lead to the founding of Rhode Island?
  • 12. On Your Own• Read the section “Puritan Intolerance leads to New Colonies” answer the following Question• What lead to the founding of Rhode Island? – People who disagreed with the puritan leadership founded the New Colony , where people could worship as they choose
  • 13. Summarizer- Main Ideas• Supply three details about each Statement1. The Puritans carefully planned their journey to North America A. ____________________________ B. ____________________________ C. ____________________________2. The Puritans structured their government according to their religious beliefs. A. ______________________________ B. ______________________________ C. ______________________________
  • 14. Middle Colonies• LEQ: (Write down)-How did different goals affect the development of the middle Colonies?• Read- “Setting the Stage” on page 88. From what countries did most free settlers of England’s first colonies come from? (you have 10 minutes)
  • 15. POPCORNREADING!!!! Pages 88-91
  • 16. Middle Colonies -VocabularyPeter StuyvesantWilliam PennQuakersSurplus
  • 17. Middle Colonies-VocabularyPeter Stuyvesant Did not want to give up his colony to England. Tried to start a war over the colony. He was a harsh leader and the colonists refused to fight. Gave up before war broke outWilliam Penn Quaker founder of Pennsylvania colonyQuakers A religious group whose beliefs went against the Church of England. They believed all people were equal. There were no titles. Also known as the Society of FriendsSurplus The amount that was more than what they needed at home and abroad.
  • 18. Middle Colonies• Fill in at least 3-4 details about each colony….were they successful? New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Were they successful?
  • 19. POPCORN READING Pages 92-95
  • 20. Start to Review• You will have a test over Chapters 1-5 on Monday 11/21 (Next Monday)• Each day will have some sort of review to get you to start thinking about the test
  • 21. Today’s Review-Cornell NotesQuestions Answer1. Geographic Region2. Outer Banks3. Costal Plain4. Tidewater5. Piedmont6. Climate7. Sun Belt8. Environment9. Natural Resources10. Loam
  • 22. Today’s ReviewPage 18 and 19#13-15, 25- 27
  • 23. 13 Colonies• You will be creating a advertisement that promotes a colony.• Select a colony and create a poster to get people from “back home” to come to your colony• You may pick any colony out of pages 79-95

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