1607-1754 Resource Bundle

1607-1754 Resource Bundle
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Three resources dealing with the time period of 1607-1754. When downloading and opening the resources it is important to note that formatting may look different until you click enable editing, after clicking the format will go back to normal (like in the preview and thumbnail).

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William Penn's Peaceable Kingdom Document Analysis and Thesis Activity

Using excerpts from William Penn, and other primary source documents, students will construct a thesis to compare and contrast the ideals of William Penn’s Pennsylvania colony with those of the Chesapeake and Massachusetts Bays. This activity contains 8 documents to aid students in constructing a thesis. This activity can be modified to include more guiding questions per document if needed. This is geared towards US History, and APUSH.


1607-1754 Guided Reading Assignment.

30 questions covering 1603 to the founding of Georgia by James Oglethrope. Designed as a homework assignment before an exam the text can be used as a study guide and notes for an assessment. This worksheet was designed with US History in mind.


Compare and Contrast William Penn and John Winthrop DBQ

Using the documents provided students will compare the similarities and differences between John Winthrop and the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and William Penn and the Quakers of Pennsylvania. Contains 4 documents, and a Venn diagram. This is geared towards US History and APUSH.

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