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History of the United
States & NYS I
Mr. R.S. Pyszczek
City Honors School
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 1: Trouble on the Frontier
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 140-144
Objectives:
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Identify the effect of the French and Indian War on the 13
Colonies
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Identify the local connection to the French Indian War.
Essential Question:
How did the British gain French Territory in North America?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 1: Trouble on the Frontier
Define these key terms:
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Militia
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Cede
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Alliance
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 1: Trouble on the Frontier
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Reading Political Cartoons page 141.
Map Master page 142.
Check your Progress on page 144:
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1 (a) Summarize
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1 (b) Detect Points of view
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 2: The Colonist Resist Tighter Control
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 145-149
Objectives:
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Identify what were the terms of the Proclamation of 1763
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Identify why the British imposed new taxes on the American
Colonist
Essential Question:
How did the French and Indian War draw colonist closer
together but increase the tension with Britain ?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 2: The Colonist Resist Tighter Control
Define these key terms:
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Boycott
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Petition
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Writs of Assistance
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 2: The Colonist Resist Tighter Control
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Notes: Page 146
Effects of the French and Indian War; Answer A & B
Check your Progress on page 144:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Apply Information
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2 (a) Describe
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2 (b) Detect points of View
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 2: The Colonist Resist Tighter Control
Homework/Assessment:
SHEG: Stamp Act Documents
SHEG: Loyalist Documents
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 3: From Protest to Rebellion
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 150-153
Objectives:
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Identify how the Boston Colonists showed their opposition
to the Tea Act.
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Identify what the 1st Continental Congress Accomplished
Essential Question:
How did the British tax policies move the colonists closer to
rebellion?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 3: From Protest to Rebellion
Define these key terms:
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Monopoly
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Repeal
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Minuteman
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 3: From Protest to Rebellion
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Check your Progress on page 153:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Identify Alternatives
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2 (a) Summarize
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2 (b) Apply Information
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 4: The War Begins
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 156-161
Objectives:
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Identify the divided loyalties of the colonists
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Identify what the 2nd Continental Congress
Accomplished
Essential Question:
How did the American Revolution begin?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 4: The War Begins
Define these key terms:
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Blockade
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Mercenary
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 5; Section 4: The War Begins
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Check your Progress on page 161:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Apply Information
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2 (a) Recall
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2 (b) Apply Information
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 1: A Nation Declares Independence
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 170-173
Objectives:
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Identify the impact of “Common Sense” on the silent
majority in the Colonies
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Identify how the Declaration changed the nature of the
American Revolution
Essential Question:
Why did many colonists favor declaring independence?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 1: A Nation Declares Independence
Define these key terms:
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Preamble
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Grievance
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Resolution
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 1: A Nation Declares Independence
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Check your Progress on page 173:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Draw Conclusions
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2 (a) Identify
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2 (b) Apply Information
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 1: A Nation Declares Independence
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
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Too Late to Apologize Video w/ Lyrics
Stanford History Group
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2 Historians’ Interpretations
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Declaration Preamble
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Declaration of Independence Grievences
Our Documents 100 Milestone Documents
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The Declaration of Independence Transcript
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 2: A Critical Time
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 179-184
Objectives:
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Identify the help from “Overseas” that the Colonies
received.
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Identify the battle that is viewed by many as the
“Turning Point” the American Revolution.
Essential Question:
How were the early years of the war a critical time?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 2: A Critical Time
Define these key terms:
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Mercenary
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Cavalry
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Alliance
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Nathan Hale
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Marquis de Lafayette
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Friedrich von Steuben
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 2: A Critical Time
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Check your Progress on page 173:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Draw Inferences
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2 (a) List
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2 (b) Make Predictions
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 3: The War Widens
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 186-190
Objectives:
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Explain why some enslaved African Americans chose to
fight for the British
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Identify what role women played in the American
Revolution.
Essential Question:
How did the effects of the war widen?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 3: The War Widens
Define these key terms:
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Enlist
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Civilian
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Continental
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Privateer
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 6; Section 3: The War Widens
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Check your Progress on page 173:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Identify Benefits
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2 (a) Describe
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2 (b) Draw Conclusions
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
Governing a New Nation
Chapter 7; Section : Governing a New Nation
Guided Reading and Discussion of Pages 204-209
Objectives:
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Explain why many state governments limited the power of
state governments.
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Identify how the Articles of Confederation ensure the power
of the State.
Essential Question:
What were the major success and failures of the government
under the Articles of Confederation?
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 7; Section : Governing a New Nation
Define these key terms:
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Constitution
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Executive
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Economic Depression
Unit 2: Forming a New Nation
The American Revolution
Chapter 7; Section : Governing a New Nation
Homework/Assessment: In notebooks
Check your Progress on page 173:
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1 (a) Recall
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1 (b) Explain Problems
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2 (a) Recall
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2 (b) Analyze Cause and Effect

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