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American History Objectives – 9/8 C.O. - SWBAT explore the settlement of the Southern Colonies in the mid 1600's L.O. – SWBAT research the settlement of the Southern Colonies by watching and tuning in to the U.S. video and composing answers to the inquiries on their video test

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American History Objectives – 9/9 C.O. – SWBAT investigate the monetary, social, and political development of the 13 settlements L.O. – SWBAT break down the development of the 13 settlements by perusing the content, chatting with and tuning in to schoolmates and composing answers on their worksheets

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American History Objectives – 9/10 C.O. – SWBAT portray the encounters that were confronted by slaves amid their excursion over the center section L.O. – SWBAT portray the encounters of slaves amid the center entry by perusing, talking about the content with their accomplice, and composing letters

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The Middle Passage – 9/10 Read the area titled, "The Middle Passage" on pg. 76. What was the center section? How was life for slaves who gone along the center entry? What happened to many slaves before they achieved their goal?

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Slave Ships to the Americas Why did Europeans fabricate posts or "processing plants" along Africa's west drift? What were the routes in which a slave may bite the dust amid the adventure to the Americas? What talk was spread by Africans about the destiny of their caught companions? What might bring about the ladies to screech and the men to groan along the way? Imagine that you are a slave who quite recently survived the excursion to the Americas. Compose a letter to your family back in Africa clarifying the states of your voyage.

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American History Objectives – 9/11 C.O. – SWBAT break down how the 13 settlements and Great Britain started to become separated. L.O. – SWBAT investigate how the provinces and Great Britain became separated by talking about responses to the homework task, tuning in to their schoolmates answers and composing extra points of interest to their answers

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Read the area titled, "The Enlightenment" on pg. 82-83. What was the development called the Enlightenment about? How was data about the Enlightenment spread from Europe to the states? What impacts did the Enlightenment have on political thought in the settlements? The Enlightenment – 9/11

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American History Objectives 9/14 C.O. – SWBAT examine the impacts of the French and Indian War on the relationship amongst Britain and its settlements L.O. – SWBAT examine the impacts of the French and Indian War by perusing the content, talking about the issues with cohorts and composing answers on the worksheet

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The French and Indian War 9/14 Read the area titled "England Defeats an Old Enemy" on pg. 86-88. What Native American tribe helped the French? What Native American tribe supported the British? What was the Proclamation of 1763 and why was it passed?

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American History Objectives 9/17 C.O. – SWBAT thoroughly analyze the convictions of nationalists and supporters amid the Revolutionary War L.O. – SWBAT thoroughly analyze the convictions of nationalists and supporters by perusing the content, talking about pioneer issues with colleagues, composing answers, and protecting their position

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Patriots versus Supporters Read the segment titled, "Americans Choose Sides" on pg. 106-108. Who were the followers and why did they feel along these lines? Who were the nationalists and why did they feel along these lines? What sorts of individuals joined each gathering and why?

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Take a Stand Discuss the contentions of both nationalists and followers with your accomplice Take a stand and choose if your gathering will bolster the loyalists or the followers List 3 particular reasons on the back of your paper why you upheld the side that you did

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Explain your Rationale Explain which side you concurred with utilizing the accompanying sentence outline when called upon. "I concur with the (nationalists/supporters) in light of the fact that … .

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American History Objectives 9/18 C.O. - SWBAT examine the occasions that prompted to the American Revolution L.O. – SWBAT dissect the occasions that prompted to the American Revolution by talking about responses to the homework task, tuning in to their schoolmates answers and composing extra points of interest to their answers

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The Stirrings of Rebellion – 9/18 Which of the things that you addressed inquiries regarding in your parcel do you accept assumed the greatest part in prompting to the American Revolution? Give three reasons why you trust that the occasion that you picked assumed the biggest part.

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American History Objectives 9/21 C.O. – SWBAT recognize the subtle elements of the imperative skirmishes of the American Revolution L.O. – SWBAT distinguish the imperative skirmishes of the American Revolution by perusing the content, talking about the fights with schoolmates, & rounding out the fight diagram

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Financing the War – 9/21 Read the segment titled "Financing the War" on pg. 116-117. What did Congress do when it came up short on silver and gold? How did profiteering hurt the American war exertion? Who helped Congress obtain enough cash to pay the troops?

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American History Objectives - 9/22 C.O. – SWBAT distinguish the vital individuals, and occasions that affected the American Revolution L.O. – SWBAT distinguish imperative individuals and occasions of the American Revolution by viewing the video, and composing answers on their worksheet

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Civilians at War – 9/22 Read the area titled, "Regular people at War" on pg. 117. What parts did numerous ladies need to play amid the war? What did numerous African Americans do amid the war? What part did Native Americans play amid the war?

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American History Objectives – 9/23 C.O. – SWBAT break down the effect of the imperative fights on the result of the Revolutionary War L.O. – SWBAT investigate Revolutionary War fights by talking about responses to the homework task, tuning in to their colleagues answers and composing extra subtle elements to their answers

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European Allies – 9/23 Read the segment titled, "European Allies Shift the Balance" on pg. 118-119. What affect did Friedrich von Steuben have on the American troopers? What affect did Marquis de Lafayette have on the American war exertion?

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American History Objectives – 9/24 C.O. – SWBAT dissect the troublesome winter confronted by American troopers at Valley Forge L.O. – SWBAT break down the winter at Valley Forge by perusing the story, examining the inquiries with schoolmates, & composing answers to the inquiries

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Four Types of Reading Questions Right There – reply to the question can be discovered effectively in maybe a couple sentences Think and Search – answer is in the story however a few sentences, sections, or pages must be assembled to discover the appropriate response. Creator and Me – answer includes what I know, what I accept, or what I have encountered and what occurred in the content. All alone – answer does not utilize the content. The appropriate response is just about my contemplations or encounters and a subject or thought from the book

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American History Objectives – 9/25 C.O. – SWBAT audit key terms, occasions, ideas and individuals to get ready for the Unit 1 Test L.O. – SWBAT survey for the Unit 1 Test by playing the Pyramid amusement, talking about points with schoolmates, & composing data about imperative themes in their notes

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