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Social studies chapter 3 section 5 power point pilgrims

  1. 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. 2. Puzzle Active Prior Knowledge “What do these foods have in common?”
  3. 3. maize
  4. 4. potatoes
  5. 5. squash
  6. 6. tomatoes
  7. 7. peanuts
  8. 8. Corn , potatoes, squash, tomatoes and peanuts. The Columbian Exchange
  9. 9. William Bradford
  10. 10. Squanto
  11. 11. Mayflower Compact
  12. 12. Essential Question How did European states control or regulate religion? Seeking Religious Freedom
  13. 13.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv- _JxApHzo
  14. 14. Seeking Religious Freedom Why did the colonists at Plymouth feel they needed the Mayflower Compact? Essential Question
  15. 15. Seeking Religious Freedom Essential Question How were the Pilgrims able to survive early hardships?
  16. 16. European States Controlled Religion The state supported the established church Persecution-mistreatment or punishment of people for their beliefs
  17. 17. Plymouth Colonists and the Mayflower Compact Plymouth colonists are known as “Pilgrims” because they made a long journey for religious reasons.
  18. 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. 19. Reasons Pilgrims Survived Early Hardships They planted crops. Indians gave them seeds and showed them how to plant.
  20. 20. three sisters planting
  21. 21. Plymouth Plantation
  22. 22. Wampanoag Home Styles
  23. 23. Plymouth Fort
  24. 24. Plymouth Cooking
  25. 25. Plymouth Home - Inside
  26. 26. Dutch Oven
  27. 27. Double Bolier
  28. 28. Roaster
  29. 29. Separatist-Mayflower a person who separates, withdraws, or secedes, as from an established church
  30. 30. Reasons Pilgrims Survived Early Hardships They chose a good governor. Their religious faith was strong.
  31. 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. 32. Formative Assessment Pilgrims founded Plymouth Colony because they wanted to...
  33. 33. a.)worship as they pleased. b.)keep out “strangers” with different religious beliefs. c.)stay away from Virginia.
  34. 34. Formative Assessment The Mayflower Compact established a tradition of government where...
  35. 35. a) the king was no longer honored. b) religious leaders made the rules. c) people governed themselves through elected representatives.
  36. 36. Quiz Pilgrims Study Notes Study pages 93-97 Pilgrims Precedent Protestant Reformation Thanksgiving
  37. 37. Quiz Mayflower Compact Religious tolerance William Bradford Persecutions Squanto Wampanoag
  38. 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. 39. Section 5 3. People who did not practice the established state religion were often persecuted. 4. English separatists first settled in Holland.
  40. 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. 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. 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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