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Name Chass Date CHAPTER Geography Activity Modern Chapter 1 Enlightenment and Revolution in England and America THE SETTLING OF THE ENGLISH COLONIES Between 1641 and 1760 the population of the English colonies on the North “American mainland rose from 30,000 to approximately 1.6 million, expanding into new territory as it grew. The map below shows the spread of English colonial settlement dur- ing this period. Examine the map, and answer the questions that follow Colonial Settlement <—_New England Acer sy « LEGEND: Engin Sentement: ° Southern Southern | sean ines ea Holt World Histor: The Human Journey 33) Geography Aciuities Name Class Date (Chapter 20, Geography Activity, continued 1. What three English colonial regions are shown on the map? 2, What were the names and founding dates of the earliest English, French, and Spanish settlements shown on this map? What geographic characteristics did these settlements have in common? ‘3. Where were the main areas of English settlement by 1660? by 17602 4, What mountainous areas are shown on the map? What settlements are shown west of the Appalachians? Critical Thinking: Movement After examining the map carefully, describe the patterns of setlement in the English colonies. On what part of the continent did the English settle originally? What role did rivers play in human migration and town development? How did the Appalachian ‘Mountains affect English settlement? oprright by Hat ‘Holt World Histo Human Journey Name Pee .\ . a : CHAPTER 20 Guided Reading Strategies 20.1 Modern Chapter 11 Civil War and Revolution Chass Date READING THE SECTION As you read the section, fill in the causes or effects listed below. 1, Cause: _. Effect: The House of Commons protests, and Charles I dismisses Parliament. 2. Cause: Charles [ tries to force Scottish churches to follow Anglican practices. Effect: _ 3. Cause: The House of Commons takes away Charles P's right to dissolve Parliament. Effect: __ 4. Cause: Effect: Civil war breaks out in England. 5, Cause: The Roundheads win, and England is declared a commonwealth, Effect: 6. Cause: Unrest and disorder continue after Cromwell takes charge of England. Effect: —____ 7. Cause: Cromwell maintains control over England with a powerful army. Effect: 8. Cause: Cromwell leaves a weak successor. Effect: POST-READING QUICK CHECK After you have finished reading the section, in the space provided, lst the liberties outlined in the Petition of Right. Copyright by Holt, Rindar snd Winston. A rights reper Holt World History: The Human Journey 3 Guided Reading Strategies z Name Chass Date -=y >) . q . CHAPTER 20 Guided Reading Strategies 20.2 Modern Chapter 11 Constitutional Monarchy in England READING THE SECTION As you read the section, answer each of the following questions in the space provided. 1. What were Charles I's methods of working with Parliament? 2. Who were the ‘Tories? 3. Who were the Whigs? 4, Why did the English want William and Mary as rulers in place of James II's heirs? 5, What did Thomas Hobbes believe? 6. What did John Locke believe? 7. Who gained mote power from the English Bill of Rights? —_________ 8 What was the Toleration Act? 9. Which party holds cabinet posts in the English government? —____________ What is a prime minister? POST-READING QUICK CHECK After you have finished seading the section, in the space provided, explain limited constitutional monarchy. Copyright hy Ht, Richart nd rere Fick Word Ristony The Human jouey CBD) Reading Sates Name Class ee Dia eset (CHAPTER 0 Guided Reading Strategies 20.4 Modern Chapter 11 The Enlightenment READING THE SECTION As you read the section, complete the graphic organizers by supplying beliefs by and about the following. ENLIGHTENMENT BELIEFS Natural Law Montesquieu On Government Rousseau On Government Belief: Philosophies On Government Belief: POST-READING QUICK CHECK After you have finished reading the section, explain what Voltaire meant by, "I {may] disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it?” Copyright © by Hols Ringhart ed Winston, Alright serve SgeeeeCeCeeeEeCECaeaeEE Holt World History: The Human Journey ez Guided Reading Strategies ane Eee eee aE Class Date _ Modern Chapter 11 Enlightenment and Revolution in England and America Reasons for the Revolution ‘Complete the graphic organizer. The American Revolution was the result of several forces or events. Describe these forces or events in the spaces provided. of tegton inoleabie and Concord ‘The American Revolution ‘Acts of 1774 What is a revolution? Holt World History: The Human Journey