A "City on a Hill?" Exploring Colonial New England with Primary Sources

A "City on a Hill?" Exploring Colonial New England with Primary Sources
A "City on a Hill?" Exploring Colonial New England with Primary Sources
A "City on a Hill?" Exploring Colonial New England with Primary Sources
A "City on a Hill?" Exploring Colonial New England with Primary Sources
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Support your students' learning of colonial New England with this engaging primary source inquiry activity. Use this worksheet to complement a study of colonial New England, such as a lecture or textbook reading, to help students assess the success of the colonists achieving John Winthrop's dream of the colony becoming a "City on a Hill." Makes for a great exit ticket or basis for formative discussion.

Includes excerpted primary sources covering the Mayflower Compact, Salem Witch Trials, public education, and the Pequot War. Supporting questions help students think about summarizing, connecting to an inquiry, and corroborating with previous knowledge.
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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