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Social Studies - Week of August 30

Monday 08-30-21:
 
4.05 - Explain the different forms of protests colonists used to promote change in British policies, including: the Boston Tea Party, tarring and feathering, letter writing, and boycotts.
 

Nearpod presentation

Ducksters.com Article w/ questions:

The Boston Tea Party

Tuesday 08-31-21:

4.06 - Determine the historical and present-day significance of the Declaration of Independence, including the roles of Thomas Jefferson and John Hancock. (T.C.A. § 49-6-1028)

 

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Video:

Too late to apologize 

Wednesday 09-01-21:

4.07 - Contrast how the principles set forth in the Declaration of Independence clashed with treatment of different groups including: women, slaves, and American Indians.

Thursday 09-02-21:

Day 1 of 2
 
4.08 - Determine the importance of the following groups to the American Revolution:
• Loyalists (Tories)
• Minutemen
• Patriots
• Redcoats
• Sons of Liberty

 

Nearpod presentation

Friday 09-03-21

 Day 2 of 2

4.08 - Determine the importance of the following groups to the American Revolution:
• Loyalists (Tories)
• Minutemen
• Patriots
• Redcoats
• Sons of Liberty

Nearpod presentation

Social Studies - Week of August 23

Monday, August 23:
 
4.01 - Identify and analyze the impact of conflicts between colonists and American Indian nations brought on by the intrusions of colonization.
4.02 - Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.
4.03 - Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort Loudoun's role in it.

Review for Quiz

Review for Quiz

Tuesday, August 24:

Quiz

4.01 - Identify and analyze the impact of conflicts between colonists and American Indian nations brought on by the intrusions of colonization.
4.02 - Describe the contributions of Benjamin Franklin during this era, including the development of the Albany Plan of Union and the “Join or Die” political cartoon.
4.03 - Analyze the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War, and recognize Fort Loudoun's role in it.
 
Wednesday, August 25:
 
The Road to the Revolution Day 1 of 2
 
4.04 - Evaluate how political, religious, and economic ideas and interests brought about the American Revolution, including:
• Resistance to imperial policy (Proclamation of 1763)
• The Stamp Act, 1765
• The Townshend Acts, 1767
• Tea Act, 1773
• “Taxation without Representation”
• Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774
• The role of Patrick Henry

The Road to the Revolution

Nearpod Presentation

Students will make a foldable regarding taxes and acts passed by King George

  • The Stamp Act
  • The Townshend Acts, 1767
  • The Tea Act, 1773
  • Intolerable/Coercive Acts, 1774
Thursday, August 26:
 
The Road to the Revolution Day 2 of 2
 

Readworks Article, Colonization and Revolutionary War: Introduction to the Revolutionary War

Text with question set.

Friday, August 27:

4.05 - Explain the different forms of protests colonists used to promote change in British policies, including: the Boston Tea Party, tarring and feathering, letter writing, and boycotts.
 
Nearpod Presentation