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Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
Social studies   chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims
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Social studies chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims

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  • 1. Rules List 5-7 rules that you would enact if you were establishing a colony. Strike a balance between order and personal freedom
  • 2. Puzzle Active Prior Knowledge “What do these foods have in common?”
  • 3. maize
  • 4. potatoes
  • 5. squash
  • 6. tomatoes
  • 7. peanuts
  • 8. Corn , potatoes, squash, tomatoes and peanuts. The Columbian Exchange
  • 9. William Bradford
  • 10. Squanto
  • 11. Mayflower Compact
  • 12. Essential Question How did European states control or regulate religion? Seeking Religious Freedom
  • 13.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv- _JxApHzo
  • 14. Seeking Religious Freedom Why did the colonists at Plymouth feel they needed the Mayflower Compact? Essential Question
  • 15. Seeking Religious Freedom Essential Question How were the Pilgrims able to survive early hardships?
  • 16. European States Controlled Religion The state supported the established church Persecution-mistreatment or punishment of people for their beliefs
  • 17. Plymouth Colonists and the Mayflower Compact Plymouth colonists are known as “Pilgrims” because they made a long journey for religious reasons.
  • 18. Plymouth Colonists and the Mayflower Compact They settled outside the boundaries of their charter, so its terms would not apply to them. Therefore they wrote a framework for governing their colony—the Mayflower Compact.
  • 19. Reasons Pilgrims Survived Early Hardships They planted crops. Indians gave them seeds and showed them how to plant.
  • 20. three sisters planting
  • 21. Plymouth Plantation
  • 22. Wampanoag Home Styles
  • 23. Plymouth Fort
  • 24. Plymouth Cooking
  • 25. Plymouth Home - Inside
  • 26. Dutch Oven
  • 27. Double Bolier
  • 28. Roaster
  • 29. Separatist-Mayflower a person who separates, withdraws, or secedes, as from an established church
  • 30. Reasons Pilgrims Survived Early Hardships They chose a good governor. Their religious faith was strong.
  • 31. Pilgrims Establish American Traditions Pilgrims set important precedents, or examples for others to follow. The idea of religious freedom A day of thanks for a good harvest
  • 32. Formative Assessment Pilgrims founded Plymouth Colony because they wanted to...
  • 33. a.)worship as they pleased. b.)keep out “strangers” with different religious beliefs. c.)stay away from Virginia.
  • 34. Formative Assessment The Mayflower Compact established a tradition of government where...
  • 35. a) the king was no longer honored. b) religious leaders made the rules. c) people governed themselves through elected representatives.
  • 36. Quiz Pilgrims Study Notes Study pages 93-97 Pilgrims Precedent Protestant Reformation Thanksgiving
  • 37. Quiz Mayflower Compact Religious tolerance William Bradford Persecutions Squanto Wampanoag
  • 38. Section 5 Guided Reading 1. European Protestants and Catholics fought religious wars. 2. Most Europeans rulers supported particular religions and did not tolerate others.
  • 39. Section 5 3. People who did not practice the established state religion were often persecuted. 4. English separatists first settled in Holland.
  • 40. Section 5 Chapter 3 5. They wanted their children to grow up English. 6. They sailed for North America in 1620 to establish a colony.
  • 41. Section 5 Chapter 3 7. The pilgrims had not brought enough food to get them through the winter. 8. They did not have enough time to build proper shelters.
  • 42. Page 94 – Primary Source 1. Read the primary source. 2. Answer the questions on back of worksheet (chapter 3-5) page 22.

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