I can compare and contrast the diverse societies that existed in North America prior to European contact.
I can compare and contrast the motives of European immigrants and indentured servants.
I can analyze how the Colombian Exchange influenced aspects of indigenous peoples.
I can explain the development of the Atlantic slave trade and describe the impacts on enslaved peoples.
I can analyze the economic impact of colonization on indigenous Nations, enslaved Africans.
I can analyze the roots and spread of the slave trade in the Americas.
I can analyze the growth of colonies and can describe the colonial societies.
I can analyze the events that resulted in tensions leading to war with Great Britain.
I can explain how the American Revolution influenced other revolutions.
I can create a timeline of the events and turning points in the American Revolution.
I can analyze the arguments about the organization and powers of the federal government after the American Revolution.
I can analyze the debate on the structures and powers of the federal government between 1783-1800.
I can analyze the debates over the Articles of Confederation, Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Lab time to complete Pre-Colonization and Revolutionary America Children’s Book
Prezi Lecture Notes
NPR Slave Trade Satire
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