Reading Check Quiz<br />Identify the following terms:<br />Great Awakening<br />Zenger Trial<br />limited democracy<br />R...
One, two, three, four... Hrmm! One, two, (one, two, three, four!) Let me tell you how it will be; There's one for you, nin...
AIM:  Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />Navigation Acts<br />First Navigation<br />Attempt t...
Acts Con’t…<br />Molasses Act<br />French sugar taxed<br />Almost completely ignored<br />British Domination<br />Mercanti...
Self-Government Develops<br />13 colonial governments develop in this void of control<br />Self-Reliance<br />Self-Regulat...
French and Indian War<br />A.k.a. War of the Conquest, The Seven Years War<br />British fight French on two fronts (sides)...
Britain (and thus us) WIN!<br />Nearly bankrupts Britain<br />Kicks French out of North America<br />British need money<br...
Virtual Representation<br />Parliament – British government<br />Colonists believed they equaled Englishmen<br />The Briti...
AIM:  Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />Proclamation of 1763:<br />New Proclamation Line – A...
Turn to a neighbor and make a conclusion…<br />How does the Proclamation offer our first clue that the relationship betwee...
Read Sugar Act<br />How did the colonists feel about the Sugar Act?  <br />Was the British government justified in expecti...
Read Stamp Act<br />How does this act attempt to collect money from the colonists?<br />Was Britain justified in enacting ...
Read Stamp Act Congress<br />What arguments does the Stamp Act Congress use to protest the Stamp Act?<br />Should the colo...
Answer AIM:  Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />AIM:  Did the colonists have a right to resis...
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  2. 2. Reading Check Quiz<br />Identify the following terms:<br />Great Awakening<br />Zenger Trial<br />limited democracy<br />Reminder : Quest (bigger than a quiz, smaller than a test) tomorrow <br />Chapters 1-3 on Amsco are fair game<br />
  3. 3. One, two, three, four... Hrmm! One, two, (one, two, three, four!) Let me tell you how it will be; There's one for you, nineteen for me. 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. Should five per cent appear too small, Be thankful I don't take it all. 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman.  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />(if you drive a car, car;) <br /> - I’ll tax the street; (if you try to sit, sit;) <br /> - I’ll tax your seat; (if you get too cold, cold;) -<br /> I’ll tax the heat; (if you take a walk, walk;) <br /> - I'll tax your feet. <br />Taxman! <br />'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. <br />Don't ask me what I want it for, <br /> (ah-ah, mister Wilson) If you don't want to pay some more. <br /> (ah-ah, mister heath) 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. Now my advice for those who die, (taxman) Declare the pennies on your eyes. (taxman) 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman.  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
  4. 4. AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />Navigation Acts<br />First Navigation<br />Attempt to end the Dutch control of European trade by limiting imports to and from England<br />Second Navigation<br />Added exports and British colonies to the limits<br />
  5. 5. Acts Con’t…<br />Molasses Act<br />French sugar taxed<br />Almost completely ignored<br />British Domination<br />Mercantilism<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  6. 6. Self-Government Develops<br />13 colonial governments develop in this void of control<br />Self-Reliance<br />Self-Regulation<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  7. 7. French and Indian War<br />A.k.a. War of the Conquest, The Seven Years War<br />British fight French on two fronts (sides)<br />Provide protection for colonies<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  8. 8. Britain (and thus us) WIN!<br />Nearly bankrupts Britain<br />Kicks French out of North America<br />British need money<br />Raise taxes from the wealthy colonists<br />Americans used to low taxes<br />Americans not very happy<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  9. 9. Virtual Representation<br />Parliament – British government<br />Colonists believed they equaled Englishmen<br />The British didn’t<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  10. 10. AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />Proclamation of 1763:<br />New Proclamation Line – American can’t expand beyond it to avoid conflict with Native Americans<br />Establishing and manning posts along the length of this boundary was a very costly undertaking. <br />The British ministry would argue that these outposts were for colonial defense, and as such should be paid for by the colonies. <br />
  11. 11. Turn to a neighbor and make a conclusion…<br />How does the Proclamation offer our first clue that the relationship between the colonists and Britain was about the change?<br />
  12. 12. Read Sugar Act<br />How did the colonists feel about the Sugar Act? <br />Was the British government justified in expecting the Americans to cover the debt from the French and Indian War?<br />Why do you think the colonists went along with this?<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  13. 13. Read Stamp Act<br />How does this act attempt to collect money from the colonists?<br />Was Britain justified in enacting this tax?<br />Why might the colonists have spoken out against the Stamp Act (keeping in mind that there was no unified protest against the Sugar Act)?<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  14. 14. Read Stamp Act Congress<br />What arguments does the Stamp Act Congress use to protest the Stamp Act?<br />Should the colonists have the same rights as British citizens living in Britain?<br />Define taxation without representation. Why were the colonists so incensed by this?<br />How is the colonists’ reaction to the Proclamation, Sugar and Stamp Acts a direct result of years of salutary neglect?<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />
  15. 15. Answer AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />AIM: Did the colonists have a right to resist British taxation?<br />

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