Make sure to staple the three papers from
yesterday to the first page of your college-
ruled notebook (WITH ONE STAPLE.
Begin your “Do Now” promptly on the first
page of your notebook:
“List one difference and one similarity
between New England (North), Middle, and
We missed it yesterday, so here it is…on Tuesday!
Motivation Monday is meant to pump us up for the week
and get us ready to go, ready to work, and ready to take
on our learning goals!
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Share with your partner (the
person sitting next to you). Grade
each other’s Do Nows (1- no
work, 2- a few words, 3- a few
sentences, 4- a lot of work, but a
few spelling errors and grammar
errors, 5- perfect) [2 minutes]
Be ready to share with the class!
Take notes that synthesize the main idea of what I am
Instead of copying all the words down, copy down the
ones that I focus on during the presentation
Try to organize them in the same way
The Great Awakening
The First Great Awakening of the 1730s and 1740s was
primarily a revival of evangelical religion that spread through
Evangelism refers to the practice of relaying information about
a particular set of beliefs to others who do not hold those
Revivals were emotional meetings where people came
together to hear sermons.
Evangelical Religion is attempting to convert people to a
Great Awakening Pt. 2
Sermons struck fear of sin and going to hell into the people
listening. They are already under a sentence of condemnation
Religious leaders during the First Great Awakening wanted to
spread religious feeling throughout the colonies.
The Great Awakening preached that inner religious emotion
was more important than outer religious behavior.
The purpose of the First Great Awakening was to teach
equality among Christians and to bring back religious spirit.
Invited African-Americans into the church
Values: Equality, individualism, democracy, and defying
Revisiting “Sinners in the Hands of An
Angry God” by Jonathan Edwards
We will spend from now
until the end of class on
“Sinners in the Hands of
an Angry God”
Under your “Do Now”, write
Scholar Score (and underline
it). Give yourself three scores
(on a scale of 1-5) : 1) the
score your class deserves, 2)
the score that you deserve, 3)
the score that I deserve for
how I taught the material.