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Unit 1: Colonization & Revolution Mr.

Wallace
TEST: Friday, September 5th
Reasons for
Colonization
New
England
Mid-
Atlantic
Southern
Week 1: Colonizing America Pg. 58-81
Agenda

What were the reasons for English colonization of America?
Daily Objectives Homework
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
8/20
1. Identify student
expectations and
classroom procedures.
2. Differentiate between
primary and
secondary sources.
3. Explain bias and
perspective.
1. Review the class
syllabus with your
parents/guardians and
return it signed.
2. Complete the textbook
scavenger hunt.
3. Using your textbook or
the class website,
create a graphic
organizer similar to
the one below
describing the reasons
for English
colonization in North
America.
Thursday
8/21
1. Explain the factors that
helped Jamestown to
flourish.
2. Identify the motives
that led Puritans to
New England
3. Explain the reasons for
social and religious
diversity in the Mid-
Atlantic Colonies
Friday
8/22
QUIZ
1. Summarize the reasons
for English
colonization of
America.
2. Make an 80% or better
on our weekly quiz.
HOMEWORK DUE

Vocabulary:
Puritans (pg. 60)
Joint-stock Companies (pg. 61)
Burgesses (pg. 63)
John Winthrop (pg. 67)
William Penn (pg. 74)
Quakers (pg. 75)
Unit 1: Colonization & Revolution Mr. Wallace
TEST: Friday, September 5th
Week 2: Colonial Ways of Life Pg. 82-111
Agenda

How did the colonies develop economically, socially, and
politically?
Daily Objectives Homework
Monday
8/25
1. Trace the development
of a plantation
economy in the South.
2. Explain the way of life
in the Southern
colonies.
3. Describe the slave
trade and the role of
slavery in the
plantation economy.
1. Using your textbook or
the class website
answer questions 23-
26 & 32 on pg. 110-
111.
Tuesday
8/26
1. Trace the development
of varied and thriving
economy in the North.
2. Explain the influence of
the Enlightenment and
the Great Awakening.
Wednesday
8/27
1. Explain the economic
relationship between
England and its
American colonies.
2. Describe how tensions
arose between
England and the
colonies.
3. Summarize how
salutary neglect of the
colonies planted the
seeds of self-
government.
Thursday
8/28
1. Create a travel
brochure promoting
life in a particular
colonial region.
Friday
8/29
QUIZ
1. Practice testing skills
to prepare for the EOC
2. Make an 80% or better
on our weekly quiz.
HOMEWORK DUE

Vocabulary:
Cash Crop (pg. 85)
Plantations (pg. 85)
Indentured Servants (pg. 86)
Gentry (pg. 86)
Middle Passage (pg. 89)
Slave Code (pg. 90)
Town Meetings (pg. 94)
Triangular Trade (pg. 95)
Capitalists (pg. 97)
Mercantilism (pg. 98)
Natural Rights (pg. 102)
Unit 1: Colonization & Revolution Mr. Wallace
TEST: Friday, September 5th
Week 3: The American Revolution Pg. 114-155
Agenda

To what extent has the Declaration of Independence and the American
Revolution impacted the ideals of our nation?
Daily Objectives Homework
Monday
9/1
No School
1. Using your textbook or
the class website
answer questions 15-
20 on pg. 154.
Tuesday
9/2
1. Summarize the French
and Indian War.
2. Explain the wars
effects on the
relationship between
Britain and its colonies.
3. Summarize colonial
resistance to British
taxation
Wednesday
9/3
1. Analyze the
philosophical and
political ideas of the
Declaration of
Independence.
2. Evaluate the
importance of the
turning point at
Saratoga.
3. Summarize the British
surrender at
Yorktown.
Thursday
9/4
1. Evaluate the impact
and importance of the
Declaration of
Independence on our
society today by
writing a newspaper
editorial.
Friday
9/5
TEST
1. Evaluate the impact
and importance of the
Declaration of
Independence on our
society today by
writing a newspaper
editorial.
2. Make an 80% or better
on our Unit Test.
HOMEWORK DUE
Vocabulary:
French & Indian War (pg. 116)
Treaty of Paris (pg. 118)
Royal Proclamation of 1763 (pg. 119)
Inflation (pg. 120)
Boston Massacre (pg. 123)
Loyalist (pg. 129)
Patriot (pg. 129)
Lexington & Concord (pg. 130)
Declaration of Independence (pg. 133)
Saratoga (pg. 141)
Yorktown (pg. 144)
Republic (pg. 147)