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Day 2 Rebellion (bring colors tmw)
Individual Assignment:
1. If a law doesn’t makes sense to you, should you break it? Use...
Yesterday’s Redskins letters
• Video clip
• I graded based on the history, not your opinion
• Looking for short summaries ...
Don’t change
I personally believe that these (the name changers)
people for why this name should be changed and
can see fr...
Don’t change
The name shouldn't be changed because that is like
trying to erase what Americans did. The name
Redskins is o...
Don’t change
I believe they should just keep their name. It would
be too much of a hassle to change the name, logo,
mercha...
Change
Commissioner you should suggested a change for the
peace of mind of these people who feel ridiculed or
demeaned. Yo...
Change
All of these examples clearly show how the
Americans treated the Native Americans wrong in
so many different ways. ...
Results
• Don’t change: 7
• Change: 26
• On the fence: 1
Who should have
“won”?
Spanish arrived first,
“God, Glory, Gold”,
return to Spain
French – live off the
land, trapping, fr...
Objectionable?
French & Indian War
3. Create a chart like this about the war:
What I know Want to know Learned
4. Page 92 #1 &2
2+ predic...
Proclamation of 1763
• Deporting all French Catholics
• Take over of all French Forts
• No new colonies west of Appalachia...
#5 OPTIC on this graphic
& turn in
Rebellion Assignment #2
1. The red areas were part of the British Empire after
the French & Indian War ended. List 10 mode...
Quick notes
• French & Indian war, who
won?
• British gov 122 million £ in
debt
• Interest payment 4.4 million £
yearly
• ...
What if….
• 5 cent tax on every text message or email
Stamp act
To pay for Colonial protection
1765 – anything made of paper, 1 cent
British Laws on the colonies
2. For each of the following:
Molasses Act, Navigation Acts,
Sugar Act, Stamp Act,
Townshend ...
Rebellion Assignment #3
need 4 volunteers
1. What do you think of when you read or hear about
“Boston”?
2. What are at lea...
Boston, Massachusetts
• Founded 1630
• Largest city in New
England
• Mexico City: 1520
• Nogales: 1884
• Tucson: 1776
• Ph...
Telephone game
Winning group, 5 points extra
Boston, Mass. July 2010
Boston, Mass. July 2010
The Boston Massacre was a street fight that
occurred on March 5, 1770, between a "patriot"
mob, throwing snowballs, stones...
Boston Massacre
The Boston Massacre was a street fight that occurred on March 5, 1770,
between a "patriot" mob, throwing snowballs, stones...
Back in Brittan?
#2 OPTIC on this image
Tax collector
Colonists
3. List 3 reasons couples break up
At your table
4. Brainstorm 6 reasons couples should break up
5. Brainstorm 3 reasons a person should quit their
jobs
In your groups
6. Why should the colonists have stayed with
the British Empire?
In your groups
7. Brainstorm 5 reasons the colonies should break up
with England
King George III
Treason
• Helping an enemy of a
country
• Usually punished by death
8. Would you have signed the
Declaration of
Independen...
Declaration of Independence
Rebellion assignment #4
Write a break up letter to King George III &
the British Empire
• Dear King George,
– We have deci...
Rebellion Assignment #5 – Page 131
1. Why is this man
important to the
American
Revolution?
2. Page 131 #1
3. Page 131 #2
...
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  1. 1. Day 2 Rebellion (bring colors tmw) Individual Assignment: 1. If a law doesn’t makes sense to you, should you break it? Use an example 2. Page 88, would Hector St. John Crevecoeur see you as an American? Explain.
  2. 2. Yesterday’s Redskins letters • Video clip • I graded based on the history, not your opinion • Looking for short summaries of events • Who, what, when, where and why? • Its ok to disagree with what appears to be my opinion, just back it up with historical examples.
  3. 3. Don’t change I personally believe that these (the name changers) people for why this name should be changed and can see from their view why they believe this. But on the other hand, it is just a name and maybe shouldn’t be taken personally. So honestly I don’t care whether this name is changed but it probably would be a smart move.
  4. 4. Don’t change The name shouldn't be changed because that is like trying to erase what Americans did. The name Redskins is only offensive to those that aren’t Native American. They have heard the name for 81 years and shouldn’t change now. It should be up to the owner whether or not the name changes not the politicians.
  5. 5. Don’t change I believe they should just keep their name. It would be too much of a hassle to change the name, logo, merchandise. I don’t understand why people that are not Native Americans even have to argue with this. The team should be proud and embrace who they are. http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/ 11/09/10-new-mascots-dan-snyders-redskins- 152163
  6. 6. Change Commissioner you should suggested a change for the peace of mind of these people who feel ridiculed or demeaned. You should set a worthy example.
  7. 7. Change All of these examples clearly show how the Americans treated the Native Americans wrong in so many different ways. How would Americans respond to team names such as “whiteskins” or “blackskins”. The fact that the Indians were treated unfairly only emphasizes the offensiveness.
  8. 8. Results • Don’t change: 7 • Change: 26 • On the fence: 1
  9. 9. Who should have “won”? Spanish arrived first, “God, Glory, Gold”, return to Spain French – live off the land, trapping, friend to N. Am, Return to France English– Went to colonies to build new lives Dutch– Wanted to trade, lost colonies to English
  10. 10. Objectionable?
  11. 11. French & Indian War 3. Create a chart like this about the war: What I know Want to know Learned 4. Page 92 #1 &2 2+ predictions or prior knowledge 3+ questions about the war. 5 things you learned about this war Read pages 90-95
  12. 12. Proclamation of 1763 • Deporting all French Catholics • Take over of all French Forts • No new colonies west of Appalachian Mountains (“Indian Reserve)
  13. 13. #5 OPTIC on this graphic & turn in
  14. 14. Rebellion Assignment #2 1. The red areas were part of the British Empire after the French & Indian War ended. List 10 modern countries that were once part of their empire.
  15. 15. Quick notes • French & Indian war, who won? • British gov 122 million £ in debt • Interest payment 4.4 million £ yearly • Who should pay? • debtclock • Modern example?
  16. 16. What if…. • 5 cent tax on every text message or email
  17. 17. Stamp act To pay for Colonial protection 1765 – anything made of paper, 1 cent
  18. 18. British Laws on the colonies 2. For each of the following: Molasses Act, Navigation Acts, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, Townshend Acts, Tea Act, Intolerable Acts, Quartering Act a. explain the law & give year b. draw small picture of product c. Do you think the colonists were justified in breaking this law? Explain
  19. 19. Rebellion Assignment #3 need 4 volunteers 1. What do you think of when you read or hear about “Boston”? 2. What are at least two things you wished the US government did differently?
  20. 20. Boston, Massachusetts • Founded 1630 • Largest city in New England • Mexico City: 1520 • Nogales: 1884 • Tucson: 1776 • Phoenix: 1881
  21. 21. Telephone game Winning group, 5 points extra
  22. 22. Boston, Mass. July 2010
  23. 23. Boston, Mass. July 2010
  24. 24. The Boston Massacre was a street fight that occurred on March 5, 1770, between a "patriot" mob, throwing snowballs, stones, and sticks, and a squad of British soldiers. The presence of British troops in the city of Boston was increasingly unwelcome. The riot began when about 50 citizens attacked a British soldier. Captain Thomas Preston, called in additional soldiers, and these too were attacked, so the soldiers fired into the mob, killing 3 on the spot and wounding 8 others, two of whom died later
  25. 25. Boston Massacre
  26. 26. The Boston Massacre was a street fight that occurred on March 5, 1770, between a "patriot" mob, throwing snowballs, stones, and sticks, and a squad of British soldiers. The presence of British troops in the city of Boston was increasingly unwelcome. The riot began when about 50 citizens attacked a British soldier. Captain Thomas Preston, called in additional soldiers, and these too were attacked, so the soldiers fired into the mob, killing 3 on the spot and wounding 8 others, two of whom died later The Boston Massacre was a street fight that occurred on March 5, 1770, between a "patriot" mob, throwing snowballs, stones, and sticks, and a squad of British soldiers. The presence of British troops in the city of Boston was increasingly unwelcome. The riot began when about 50 citizens attacked a British soldier. Captain Thomas Preston, called in additional soldiers, and these too were attacked, so the soldiers fired into the mob, killing 3 on the spot and wounding 8 others, two of whom died later
  27. 27. Back in Brittan? #2 OPTIC on this image Tax collector Colonists
  28. 28. 3. List 3 reasons couples break up
  29. 29. At your table 4. Brainstorm 6 reasons couples should break up 5. Brainstorm 3 reasons a person should quit their jobs
  30. 30. In your groups 6. Why should the colonists have stayed with the British Empire?
  31. 31. In your groups 7. Brainstorm 5 reasons the colonies should break up with England King George III
  32. 32. Treason • Helping an enemy of a country • Usually punished by death 8. Would you have signed the Declaration of Independence? (page 121) Even if it was treason and you might be killed if caught by the British?
  33. 33. Declaration of Independence
  34. 34. Rebellion assignment #4 Write a break up letter to King George III & the British Empire • Dear King George, – We have decided….. – Include 6 reasons the colonists ended their union with the King and the British Empire Chapter 4 King George III Bring colors tmw
  35. 35. Rebellion Assignment #5 – Page 131 1. Why is this man important to the American Revolution? 2. Page 131 #1 3. Page 131 #2 4. What do you think British history books say about Thomas Paine?
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