English Colonization/Conquest in North America Interactive Note Presentation
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- Your middle school social studies students will love these Marzano aligned interactive note presentations utilizing GoogleSlides about the Spanish, French and English Colonization/Conquest of the New World and its effect on Indigenous Peoples that do not have any cutting or pasting! These editable rPrice $6.50Original Price $7.50Save $1.00
Your middle school social studies students will love this Marzano aligned interactive note presentation utilizing GoogleSlides about English Colonization/Conquest of the New World and its effect on Indigenous Peoples that does not have any cutting or pasting! This editable resource provides your students with opportunities to work cooperatively while learning new content and working on the skill of identifying and recording critical content. There's even an activity at the end so they have a chance to apply what they have learned and deepen their connections on an organized note taking sheet.
Your students will learn about:
- Where in North America the English went and why they went there
- What the English found when they got to North America
- Jamestown, VA - The first successful English North American colony, and how they turned tobacco into a cash crop
- Plymouth, MA - The Separatists (Pilgrims) efforts in the New World, and their actions set interactions with Indigenous Peoples of the region
- Other early colonies, and why the English created them
- They will also have an opportunity to apply what they have learned by comparing the English model of colonization with the French model
If you're not sure if my take on interactive notes (where students interact with the content, not cut up pieces of paper), click the link below for a free sample of a presentation about types of maps to see if it's for you:
If you want to learn more about how to use this resource, check out this blogpost!