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    Unit 3  Vocabulary Unit 3 Vocabulary Presentation Transcript

    • Unit 3 Vocabulary
    • Subsistence Farming (think about)
      They did subsistence farming in New England. What kind of farming did they do there?
    • Subsistence Farming (definition)
      Write down this definition or come up with one of your own:
      Farming in which you produce enough for your family with a small additional amount for trade.
    • Subsistence Farming (Draw)
      Draw a picture of a subsistence farm
    • Subsistence Farming (Acivity)
      Think about the activities and notes we’ve done that involve subsistence farming. Write them down.
    • PLANTATION (think about)
      Where would you have found a plantation?
      Who would have worked on one?
    • PlANTATION(definition)
      Write down this definition or come up with one of your own:
      A large farm that raises cash crops
    • PLANTATION (Draw)
      Draw a picture of a plantation
    • PLANTATION (AcTivity)
      Think about the activities and notes we’ve done that involve plantations. Write them down.
    • Quaker (think about)
      William Penn was a Quaker. Do you remember what he believed?
    • Quaker (definition)
      Write down this definition or come up with one of your own:
      A person who believed all people should live in peace and harmony; accepted different religions and ethnic groups.
    • QUAKER(Draw)
      Draw a picture of someone practicing the beliefs of Quakerism.
    • Quaker (AcTivity)
      Think about the activities and notes we’ve done that involve Quakers. Write them down.
    • TRIANGULAR TRADE (think about)
      We just learned about Triangular Trade. Do you remember what it is?
    • TRIANGULAR TRADE (definition)
      Write down this definition or come up with one of your own:
      The transatlantic system of trade in which goods, including slaves, were exchanged between Afria, England, Europe, the West Indies and the colonies in North America.
    • TRIANGULAR TRADE (Draw)
      Draw a picture of Triangular Trade
    • TRIANGULAR TRADE (AcTivity)
      Think about the activities and notes we’ve done that involve triangular trade. Write them down.
    • Cash Crop (think about)
      Cash crops are the opposite of subsistence farming. What does that mean?
    • Cash Crop (definition)
      Write down this definition or come up with one of your own:
      A crop grown by a farmer to be sold for money rather than for personal use.
    • Cash Crop (Draw)
      Draw a picture of a cash crop
    • Cash Crop (Activity)
      Think about the activities and notes we’ve done that involve cash crops. Write them down.
    • Artisan (think about)
      These are examples of artisans. What do you think the word means?
      Candelmaker
      Shoemaker
      Blacksmith
      Chef
      Baker
    • ARTISAN (definition)
      Write down this definition or come up with one of your own:
      A skilled worker, such as a weaver or potter who makes goods by hand. A craftsperson.
    • ARTISAN (Draw)
      Draw a picture of an artisan.
    • ARTISAN (Acivity)
      Think about the activities and notes we’ve done that involve artisans. Write them down.
    • Rate Your Knowledge
      • For each of the three words we’ve gone over today, you are going to rate your knowledge on a scale from 1-5.
      • If you really understand this word and could teach it to others and write an entire paragraph explaining what it is with examples, rate yourself a 5.
      • If you understand this word and could explain to a classmate what it means, rate yourself a 4
      • If you understand what this definition means and could answer a question about it on a test, rate yourself a 3.
      • If you have a general understanding about what this word means, but you have some questions, rate yourself a 2
      • If you are totally confused by what this word means and don’t understand it at all, rate yourself a 1.