13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke

13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
13 Colonies/Middle, New England, Southern Colonies, Lost Colony of Roanoke
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The following powerpoint reviews the following new standards that are released for the new Tennessee 4th Grade Common Core standards-
Students describe the cooperation and conflict that existed among American Indians and between the Indian nations and the new settlers. Students understand the political, religious, social, and economic institutions that evolved in the colonial era.
4.7 Summarize the failure of the lost colony of Roanoke and theorize what happened. (G, H)
4.8 Describe the early competition between European nations for control of North America and locate the colonization efforts of the English, Dutch, French, and Spanish on a map. (E, G, H, P) 4.9 Compare and contrast the differing views of American Indians and colonists on ownership or use of land and the conflicts between them, including the Pequot and King Philip’s Wars in New England. (G, P)
4.10 Explain the cooperation that existed between the colonists and American Indians during the 1600s and 1700s, including fur trade, military alliances, treaties, and cultural interchanges. (G, P)
4.11 Describe the conflicts between Indian nations, including the competing claims for control of land and actions of the Iroquois and Huron. (G, P)
4.12 Analyze the factors that led to the defeat of the American Indians, including the resistance of Indian nations to encroachment and the effects on native culture. (C, H, P)
4.15 Cite and explain examples from informational texts about how economic opportunities and political, religious, and social institutions evolved in the colonial era. (C, E, G, H, P)
4.16 Making use of primary documents, analyze the early democratic ideas and practices that emerged during the colonial period, including the significance of representative assemblies and town meetings and contrast these with the presence of enslavement in all colonies. (P)
4.17 Describe the major religious tenets of the earliest colonies, including: (C)
•Puritanism in Massachusetts
•Quakerism in Pennsylvania

4.18 Explain various reasons why people came to the colonies, including profit, religious freedom, slavery, and indentured servitude. (C, E, H)
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