COMPLETE THE STUDY GUIDE (which is due the day of the test) using the "Review!!" page by clicking on this link, my old blog posts on this page, and outside sources if necessary.
FINISH Wednesday/Thursday 10/8- 10/9
Over the last few days in class, we've learned about the Enlightenment, and a few historical documents, that had a huge impact on American Government.
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Task 2: English Policies
Read the attached article to the right (Hey King! Get off our backs!) and answer the questions below:
Task 3: Timeline
While we go through the PowerPoint slides from "Road to Revolution Recap," make a timeline of major events leading to the Revolution. Complete the following for each event on the timeline:
Task 4: Too Late to Apologize
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Think about the questions below while you watch:
Task 5: Breaking down the Declaration
Then, match them up with the correct definitions in the right column.
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A. Rights people are born with
B. Can be seen just by looking at it
C. Permission of those under the government's rule
D. Rights that cannot be taken away
E. Trying to find joy and contentment
F. Powers that are fair
Part 1: Preamble
An introduction explaining why the Declaration is being written.
Part 2: Natural Rights
The colonists explain the rights of people and the role of government power.
Part 3: Grievances
A list of the colonists' complaints.
Part 4: Resolution of Independence
The colonists declare their independence from Britain.