|Subject Area||US History|
|Unit of Instruction||Unit of Instruction: Organizing Principle 3: Between 1607 and 1763, the British North American colonies began to develop practices of self-government, religious freedom, and economic independence from Great Britain.|
SS.8.A.2.2 Compare the characteristics of the New England, Middle and Southern colonies.
SS.8.A.2.3 Differentiate economic systems of New England, Middle and Southern colonies including indentured servants and slaves as labor sources.
SS.8A.2.4 Identify the impact of colonial figures on the economic, political, and social development of the colonies.
SS.8.A.2.5 Discuss the impact of colonial settlement on Native American populations.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
-Identify and explain the relationship between the geography of colonial regions and their economy.
-Identify the original 13 colonies and their geographic regions.
-Write a letter depicting life in colonial New England that portrays the spits in thinking that formed other colonies and the way of life in that region.
This week we will covering the 13 British colonies and learning the history and characteristics of each. We will first cover the different regions and then look at the individual histories, starting with the New England Colonies.
The guided notes and Map/Chart will be useful as notes for the next summative assessment.
Bellringer Week 1-4 Check
Letter to a friend from New England
Charter – a document that granted the right to form a colony
Joint Stock Company – Company in which investors buy stock for a share of future profits
Dissent – to disagree with or oppose
Persecute – to mistreat someone because of their beliefs.
Subsistence Farming- growing just enough to meet immediate needs
Tolerance- the ability to accept or put up with different views or behavior