Chapter 4 Tips for Using InQuizitive and the Other Resources in This Chapter

Tips: What Helps Learning? from the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

 

Helping You Meet the Challenges with the Content Covered in Chapter 4

The facts in Chapter 4 cover the shift from colonial wars as part of the larger imperial wars that end in 1763 with the defeat of the French.

The facts in Chapter 4 show the slow shift from pride in the empire to increasing desires for self-government.

 

The facts in Chapter 4 cover the shift from colonial wars as part of the larger imperial wars that end in 1763 with the defeat of the French.

         A resource on the imperial wars in Figuring It Out (Learning is More Than Memorizing) may help you see the change.

 

The facts in Chapter 4 show the slow shift from pride in the empire to increasing desires for self-government.

         A resource called Management 101 in Figuring It Out (Learning is More Than Memorizing) may help you see the change.
Tip: The word Management means the ability to get people to work together.
The number 101 is similar to calling something History 1301. It is the basics a person should know.
In several ways, the English were just prepared to get the colonists to work with them and were not prepared to realize that their actions would
- increase hostility, not decrease it
- and build an infrastructure for revolution, not suppress it.

 

 

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