ROAD TO AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1750-1775 Warm-up for 12/10 and 12/11 Write down your homework and the following question: What can we expect to learn in this Unit
based on the following video clip? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8 OI7itQJpfE Today we will. Identify new vocabulary terms for
our unit on the American Revolution through quizlet.com Investigate the events that led to the American Revolution Examine key players in the American Revolution Know, Wonder, Learn Before we spilt up our class today,
please complete the Know and Wonder column of your KWL chart for the American Revolution. Cloze notes As we go through our class PowerPoint, you will need to fill-in the blanks on your paper, with the words that are underlined on our
PowerPoint. Important People in the 1700s George
Washington Benedict Arnold King George II Benjamin Franklin Thomas Jefferson John Adams James Madison Betsy Ross
Thomas Paine Alexander Hamilton Patrick Henry George Washington
In the 1700s: Fought in French and Indian War for Britain 1775- took command of the Continental Army Will become 1st president
Benedict Arnold 1775- was put in charge of Connecticut Guards, helped seize Ft. Ticonderoga 1780- committed
treason against the Continental Army and became a turn-cloak, siding King George III (the 3rd ) King of England at the time of the Revolution
Loses the American Revolution Benjamin Franklin (Uncle Ben) Spoke out about
treatment of women, and slaves Created : Poor Richards Almanac about weather, farming, and quirky words of wisdom Drew political cartoons
speaking against England Is on the $100 bill. Wanted to make the Turkey the national bird. Thomas Jefferson Will be our 3rd President Wrote the
Declaration of Independence On the nickel John Adams Will be our 2nd president Member of the Continental
Congress in 1774 Helped write the Declaration of Independence James Madison Our 4th president Will be a member of the Continental
Congress. Regarded as the Father of the Constitution Wrote the Federalist Papers with Alexander Hamilton Betsy Ross Created the 1st American Flag
Thomas Paine Wrote Common Sense a proindependence pamphlet (reading) helped with many ideas in the Declaration of Independence.
Alexander Hamilton Fought in the American Revolution Wrote the Federalist Papers Assisted in writing the U.S.
Constitution The 1st Secretary of Treasury. Patrick Henry Member of the Continental Congress Fought to have the
Bill of Rights added to the Constitution before it was ratified. Known for Give me Liberty or Give me Death speech With the Important People of this time frame under
out belts, let us turn our attention to the events that shall lead to the American Revolution. Warm-up: 12/12 and 12/13 Go to quizlet.com Create account if you do not have one.
Username: first initial, last initial, lunch number Password: rockets1 In search box type: ctothelms Join his Social Studies class You have 5 minutes. GO!
For the next 20 minutes Group 1 @ Word Wall Will complete the quizlet.com for out new vocabulary terms. You will want to complete the learn portion.
Group 2 @ Book shelves Will complete a foldable activity on the Causes of the American Revolution. You will need scissors, a blank piece of paper, pen/pencil, and tape or glue.
Switch groups Time is up please return to your seat for whole class instruction. You have 30seconds. Warm-up: 12/16 and 12/17 1. Log on to quizlet.com: take
American Revolution Part 1 of 3 test. You must tell Ms. Farley your score. 2. Turn in all missing work to the orange bin. 3. Write down your homework. Today we will Finish our Foldable activity on
the major acts made by the British Examine the major events leading up to the American Revolution For the next 20 minutes Group 2 @ Word Wall Will complete the
quizlet.com for out new vocabulary terms. You will want to complete the learn portion. Group 1 @ Book shelves Will complete a
foldable activity on the Causes of the American Revolution. You will need scissors, a blank piece of paper, pen/pencil, and tape or glue. 1754-1761: French and Indian War (aka 7yrs War)
Who: French v. British troops. Indians fought on both sides. Where: Ohio Valley Area, Canada region Why: Britain wanted to expand their territory into French lands. Importance: Led to a series of Acts (taxes) passed by the British King on the colonies. British won all land East
of the Mississippi River. Proclamation of 1763 Americans (colonists) were not allowed to move west of the Appalachian Mts. The area west of the mountains was
considered Indian Territory. The King sent troops to border the control. Proclamation created The Sugar Act of 1764 Tax on sugar, molasses, coffee, and indigo
Created a writ of assistance which allowed custom officers to legally enter a smugglers property to search goods w/o evidence in an attempt to put an end to smuggling illegal goods into the colonies. Quartering Act of 1765
The Stamp Act of 1765 Tax of all paper goods, like; playing cards, wills, marriage licenses, pamphlets, and newspapers. Also taxed stamps separately after the
paper goods were purchase. Effects of Stamp Act Boycotts (an organized campaign to refuse to buy certain products) began popping up everywhere. 1st in NY, Boston, and Philly. In October 1765, petition was written
demand to an end to the Sugar and Stamp Act. Parliament repealed this petition and passed the Declaratory Act instead saying Parliament had total control over the colonies. Boston Massacre On March 5th, 1770, Parliament had repealed the Townshend taxes-except the one on tea.
On this same day in the colonies, an angry crowd of workers and sailors surrounded a small group of soldiers. They shouted , threw snowballs, and rocks, wounding six of the soldiers. Threatened soldiers fired into the crowd; killing five and wounding six. First to fall was Crispus Attucks, and African American sailor. Crispus Attucks
Boston Massacre Boston Massacre Aftermath Governor Thomas Hutchinson tried to calm the colonists by having the 9 soldiers involved arrested and tried for murder. John Adams, a well known Mass. lawyer, defended them. He believed
that in a free country every person accused of a crime had a right to a lawyer and fair trail. Only 2 soldiers were convicted. Townshend Acts of 1767 Tax only imported goods instead of goods travelling in
between colonies. Taxed goods like lead, glass, paper, and tea Stopped New Yorks local government Tea Act 1773 Lowered the price of tea by allowing the tea to be shipped directly to the
colonies from India. Boston Tea Party Sons of Liberty organized the stop of tea being unloaded from the ships in port cities. They threatened ship captains who were bringing in the tea and colonial tea merchants who said theyd buy it. On December 16,1773, a large group of
men disguised as Native Americans boarded the tea ships and threw 342 cases of tea into the Boston Harbor. The raiders destroyed 90,000 pounds of tea worth thousands of dollars. Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts 4 laws:
1. Close the port of Boston 2. And 3. increased the powers of the royal governor, abolished the upper house of the Massachusetts Legislature, and cut the powers of town meetings. 3. Strengthened the Quartering Act of 1765
Effects of Intolerable Acts Americans in all colonies reacted by trying to help the people in Boston; sending food, and other supplies. First Continental Congress met and took place in Philly in Sept, and Oct 1774. The Congress demanded the repeal of the Intolerable Acts and declared that they
colonies had a right to tax and govern themselves. Called for training of militias. Renewed boycott against British goods. 3. All of the taxes that Britain places on the colonists leads to revolts, boycotts, and violence.
What we see.Revolts, Boycotts, and acts of Violence 1. Boycotts by Son of Liberty 2. Burning of effigies 3. Boycotts by Daughters of Liberty 4. Boston Massacre: March 5.1770 5. Boston Tea Party: Dec. 17, 1773 6. Patrick Henrys Give Me Liberty or
Give Me Death Speech: March 23, 1775 This all leads up to THE SHOT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD!!! Timeline- Homework Students will create a timeline
of the major events that have lead up to the American Revolution. Must have 7 major events. Warm-up 12/18 and 12/19 Today we will Analyze political cartoons and
paintings of the American Revolution Era. Identify key vocabulary terms on quizlet.com: American Revolution Part 2 of 3 Scrutinize political ideals of those in the colonies during the American Revolution Era Groups: In the next
25minutes Groups near Word Wall Quizlet.com American Revolution Part 2 of 3 Be sure to take test and tell Ms. Farley Test may be taken as many times as
possible Groups near Ms. Farleys desk Analyzing picture/reading With Mr. Toth
SWITCH!!!! You have 30 seconds. Groups going to Word Wall need laptop only, clear desk off. Groups going to Toth, take pen/pencil only Groups: In the next 25minutes
Groups near Word Wall Quizlet.com American Revolution Part 2 of 3 Be sure to take test and tell Ms. Farley Test may be taken as many times as possible
Groups near Ms. Farleys desk Analyzing picture/reading With Mr. Toth Return to seat for Whole
class instruction You have 30 seconds. Whole Class instructions How to identify a loyalist vs. a patriot. How does each person feel about the events that are beginning to unfold. With your class group
Identify each person in the reading as a patriot or loyalist. You MUST explain your reasoning. Loyalists Patriots Homework: Complete a RAFT writing: Imagine
you are a colonist in the 1770s. Would you be a loyalist or a patriot? Explain your reasoning with 5 examples from our class notes. December 20th: Warm-up Today we will See what it was like to live during the
American Revolution Era through the game Mission US. In this game, students will be able to live in this era and see the American Revolution unfold. Mission U.S.
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