**Test** on Thursday 9/28. Study Guide and Homework Packet cover sheet found here on Colonial America Unit tab.
- Warm Up: What did being an American mean to the Revolutionary colonists?
- Notes: Reviewed Road to Revolution events and Revolution Battles
- also went over the aftermath of the war and problems of Articles of Confederation
- Homework: Read sections 6.2 and 6.3 in TCI. Takes notes! Summarize problems faced by United States under Articles of Confederation. Due Tuesday 9/26
- In class activity: Revolutionary Battles Jigsaw
- You will need to fill this out on your own if you missed class. I will stamp for homework packet on Monday.
- Warm up: What was Thomas Paine's main idea in Common Sense?
- In Class Activity: Complete individually on a normal piece of paper if absent. Ask Mrs. Santos if you want to see example or look on wall outside classroom.
- Read The Declaration of Independence and review the key ideas of both the Declaration and Common Sense
- Next, decide on the 5 most important points from each piece.
- Compare the 5 points from each text looking for similarities.
- Decide on the 5 most important “revolutionary ideas” and make a creative visual using a quote for each one that highlights the idea.
- Warm Up: What was Thomas Paine’s reasoning for why the colonists should break from Great Britain?
- Today we finished watching Reluctant Revolutionaries and took a few notes on the final steps leading the colonists to independence.
- In Class Assignment: Thesis Practice
- Write a thesis that answers the following prompt: What was the primary reason behind the colonists' decision to go to war?
- Homework: Due Tomorrow - Final draft of Immigration Story uploaded to turnitin (codes at bottom of this page
- No warm up - Peer edit rough draft of immigration story
- Watched Reluctant Revolutionaries - compared to notes on Road to Revolution
- Homework: Critically Read From Common Sense. Print and bring to class on Wednesday
- Warm Up: What do you think Mrs. Santos will do if you line up at the door and try to leave class early?
- Today we worked on our immigration stories.
- Homework: Tomorrow you should have a rough draft of your immigration story ready for peer review.
- Warm up: Based on your reading, what do you think was the biggest factor leading the colonists towards Revolution?
- In class/Homework: Road to Revolution study
- Warm Up: Based on what you've learned so far, do you agree with the idea that America was founded on the idea of freedom and tolerance? Why or why not?
- Notes: Colonial Government and the French and Indian War
- Homework: Read chapter 5 sections 1-2 in your book and take notes on the events leading up to the Revolution
- Work on your interviews for the Immigration Story assignment
- No Warm Up
- Library Day: Puritan Intolerance Research - Due Thur 9/14
- Warm Up: Using your notes, briefly describe the 3 colonial regions and their economies
- Notes: Colonial society and Puritans
- In class assignment: compare and contrast Mayflower Compact/City on a Hill
- Warm Up: What motivates people to immigrate? Why do people move?
- Notes: Early colonial Settlements
- Homework: Sign up for online textbook. Complete Who am I? Survey
- No Warm-up
- LA notes with Morales
- Homework: Critically Read and Annotate Mayflower Compact located under readings on class tab. Print and bring to class Monday
- Warm-up: When does American history begin? What does it mean to be an American?
- Notes: Pre-colonial Native Americans and where they went
- Who am I? Survey
- Join Actively Learn and Turnitin (codes below)
- Class intro
- Who am I? Survey
- Turnitin class ID: 16148928 Enrollment key: juniors