Students will analyze how history is a series of connected events shaped by multiple cause and effect relationships, tying past to present.
I can trace the history of the Southern Colonies, and I can analyze the impact of slavery on the region.he Southern Colonies, and I can analyze the impact of slavery on the region.
Critical Vocabulary: Restoration Colonies, James Oglethorpe, Yeomen, Transatlantic Slave Trade, Slave Traders,“Loose Packing,” “Tight Packing,” Middle Passage, Chattel Slavery, Slave Codes
- Background Question: Create a Trading Card for King Philip.
- Individual Learning: Read about Life in South Carolina and Georgia.
- Collaborative Learning: Create a poster on which you highlight 5 people, events, or concepts essential to the understanding of slavery in the United States. For each item you include, add the following details:
Possible people, events, and concepts include: Middle Passage, Stono Rebellion, Slave Codes, Denmark Vesey, Nat Turner, The Amistad, Underground Railroad.
4. Reflection Question: What was Mercantilism? How did it impact growth in the American colonies?
Homework: The Southern and Middle Colonies Reading
Tentative Test Date: September 15