Causes and Effects of the American RevolutionCauses and Effects of the American Revolution
After the French and Indian War, Britain needed money. As a result, the British government placed taxes on the American colonists. The British thought that the colonists should help pay for the war since it had been fought partly to defend
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Ap united States History Winneconne High School 2014-2015 Instructor: Mr. Coonen AbstractAp united States History Winneconne High School 2014-2015 Instructor: Mr. Coonen Abstract
Ap united States History is a year-long course designed to provide students the opportunity to experience a college-level course and to prepare students for the ap exam
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Overall main ideaOverall main idea
The Revolutionary War breaks out – Ch. 7-8 of The American Pageant, “The Road to Revolution” – “America Secedes from the Empire,” pp. 133-143
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Unit 5 Toward Independence: Setting the Stage Revolution in the ColoniesUnit 5 Toward Independence: Setting the Stage Revolution in the Colonies
In this unit, you will learn why some colonists wanted to replace British rule with an independent government. You will also learn about the long, difficult struggle to gain that independence
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Multiple choice. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the questionMultiple choice. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question
The Iroquois Confederacy willingly ceded to the British all lands east of the Mississippi River
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Celebrate freedom weekCelebrate freedom week
Second Continental Congress, not the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The drafting committee consisted of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman
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The Proclamation of 1763The Proclamation of 1763
The disunity that existed in the colonies before the Seven Years' War can be attributed to
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7th Grade American Revolution Inquiry Was the American Revolution Avoidable?7th Grade American Revolution Inquiry Was the American Revolution Avoidable?
W. D. Cooper, engraving of the Sons of Liberty protest, Boston Tea Party, 1789. Public domain
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American Revolution-Causes ChartAmerican Revolution-Causes Chart
Immediate Causes: Britain’s Actions/Colonies Reactions
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The American Revolution (ap & P) – Ch 9 Terms to KnowThe American Revolution (ap & P) – Ch 9 Terms to Know
Quartering Ace – this act forced colonists to provide food and shelter for British soldiers stationed in the colonies
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10 multiple-choice questions, 10 True/False. This section is worth 20 Points10 multiple-choice questions, 10 True/False. This section is worth 20 Points
The student is also expected to answer 2 of the 5 essay prompts (questions). This section is worth 80 points total or 40 points per essay. Be sure that you are utilizing the color-coded writingworksho ppt for correct formatting!!!
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1. One change in colonial policy by the British government that helped precipitate the American Revolution involved1. One change in colonial policy by the British government that helped precipitate the American Revolution involved
When it came to the Revolution, it could be said that the American colonists were
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The American RevolutionThe American Revolution
EQ: What were the most important turning points of the American Revolution against England?
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All America Looks Up to Virginia;” Virginia and the Declaration of IndependenceAll America Looks Up to Virginia;” Virginia and the Declaration of Independence
Virginia in the crucial years leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. We hope his paper will serve as an educational resource for teachers and all those interested in knowing more about this extremely important part of Virginia and
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United States History to 1865 Reporting Category: Revolution and the New Nation Number of Items: 7 Standards of LearningUnited States History to 1865 Reporting Category: Revolution and the New Nation Number of Items: 7 Standards of Learning
Colonist and the British of the Acts. This lesson will employ the skills of Reading, Writing, Listening, Collaboration, Interpretation, and Analysis through outline and Evaluation
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