_____Read thethree summaries (HF) provided describing life in the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies. Using the information in the readings, complete the colonial review chart and glue it into your spiral. (HF)
_____Using theRoad to Revolution sheets cut out the events provided and paste them in order. (HF)
_____Log into BrainPop (Username SBspecialpassword brainpop,) watch the American Revolutionary War video. In your spiral, put the ARW events in order. (HF)
_____ Retake the Causes & Revolution Quiz
Review:(Complete All) Articles of Confederaton & Creating the Constitution
_____ Set up an organizer in your spiral modeled after the one linked here. Fill in the organizer with the information in the Powerpointto review the Articles of Confederation and Northwest Ordinance.
_____ Go Quizlet http://tinyurl.com/csaaofc and use the flashcards to review the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. When you feel that you are ready, play the "scatter game" and try to match the statements. Replay until you can match in under one minute. Show your teacher your time.
_____ Watch the Constitutional ConventionVideo and take the quiz until you get 5/5. Show me your end score before your move on.
_____ Watch the Ratificationvideo and take the quiz until you get 5/5. Show me your end score before you move on.
_____ Retake the Articles & Creating the Constitution Quiz.
Review:(Complete All)The Constiution & Bill of Rights.
_____ Log into BrainPop (Username SBspecial, password brainpop, watch the Constitution BrainPop video. When you are finished, take the quiz and email the results to your teacher.
_____ Review the Bill of Rights and choose the six freedoms you think are the most valuable. Create a six square cartoon that illustrates why you chose those six rights. Each square must be titled with the amendment and include an image. Can be done digitally or by hand.
_____ Retake the Constitution & Bill of Rights Quiz.
Do: (Choose One Option) Exploration/Settlement
_____ Write a script, song, or rap that explains the three major reasons for European exploration. Once complete, you may perform on video if you want & time allows.
_____ Create a Colonial Bingo game. Have at least three different bingo cards, complete with clues describing each of your squares. See a sample herefor inspiration.
_____Create an Animoto video that outlines the major principles that came from the Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, English Bill of Rights, and the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut.
_____ Write a story as a Jamestown colonist or a Plymouth pilgrim. (Minimum 1 page. Must include multiple characters and be historically accurate.}
_____Create your own American Revolutionary War timeline, complete with battles, major figures, and political events. (Minimum 10 events, each must have an image, can be done digitally or by hand.)
_____Take the colonial grievancies listed in the Declaration of Independence and write a series of texts to King George telling him why your are "breaking up with him". (Minimum 10)
Do: (Choose One Option) Articles of Confederation & Creating the Constitution
_____ Using any Web 2.0 program or paper and map pencils, create a cartoon that details Shay's Rebellion.
_____ Create a game show with questions that could be used to teach someone the basics of the Articles of Confederation including the weaknesses and successes. Act it out on video if time permits.
_____ Write a what-if story detailing the new history of the United States if the Constitutional Convention had failed. (Minimum 1 page. Must include multiple characters and have dialogue. Can include pictures if desired.)
Do: (Choose One Option) The Constitiution & the Bill of Rights.
______ Create a song, rap, poem, or skit that shows your understanding of at least five of the terms below. You may perform on video if time permits.
Compromise Electoral College
Ratify Popluar Sovereignty
Bill Checks & Balances
Federalism Individual Rights
Amendment Limited Government
Veto Separation of Power
_____ Use a copy of the Constitution and complete the Articles of Confederation & Constitution Chart.
_____ Review the Bill of Rights and choose the six freedoms you think are most valuable. Create a Pixton cartoon that illustrates why you chose those six rights.
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