Unit 1: From New World to New Empires - the 16th Century to 1763

 

 

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What is self-testing and how can it help you?

 

 

Bringing It All Together

  1. Comparing the Events of the 3 Sections
    With handwritten answers for observing patterns:
    Completed Tables Comparing Events in the 3 Sections (With PDFs, you can print these files. Ask if you need help.)
    - Which 2 sections of the colonies are most alike when you compare whether religion determined the events that occurred?
    - Which 2 sections are most alike in offering a chance for those who were not wealthy and did not have a specialized skill (such as being a silversmith or a cabinet maker) to be able to support themselves?

  2. Comparing the Demographics, Economy, Social Order, Government, Knowledge, Education, and Religion of the 3 Sections
    With handwritten answers for observing patterns:
    Completed Tables Comparing Major Traits in the 3 Sections (With PDFs, you can print these files. Ask if you need help.)
    - Which 2 sections are most alike when you compare each major trait (each row)?
    - What 2 sections will be the North in the American Civil War?

 

3.       Without answers for self-testing: Why Do the Wars for Empire Matter?
With answers for observing patterns: Completed Tables on Why the Wars for Empire Matter
What are you looking for?

         Notice how the colonists feel about these wars: what do their name for the wars tell you.

         Notice how the wars end: how will the colonists feel about the results.

         Finally, notice the frequency of the wars: what is distracting the English government at home and what will the English government in the colonies (a government that will need support from the colonial assemblies)

 

Number 3 above is also in the resources for Reading Quiz C. It serves two purposes.

 

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