Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)

Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
Georgia Studies: Colonial Georgia (SS8H2cde)
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This Bundle is from the new Georgia Standards of Excellence standards and elements.

This file is a resource pack about the impact of European exploration and settlement on American Indians in Georgia (SS8H2cde). This lesson includes a presentation with important facts and images related to Jews, Salzburgers, Highland Scotts, Malencontents, Trustee Period, Colonial Period, Charter of 1732, wine, silk, mulberry, land ownership, slavery, alcohol, government, John Reynolds, Henry Ellis, James Wright, Stamp Tax.

There are slotted notes, Study Guide, Quiz, worksheets, Summarizers, and Writing Prompts with benchmark Examples

File Contents:
~Slotted Notes and Answer Key - slide 2 - 45
~Standard and Element - slide 3
~Diverse Groups in Georgia Table - slide 4
~Malcontents Wordle – slides 15
~Trustee Period Groups Writing Prompt – slides 18
~Trustee Period Passport - slide 19
~Immigrant Out the Door - slide 20
~Standard and Element - slide 21
~Trustee Colony Vs. Colonial Colony Comparison -slide 22
~Trustee Colony Out the Door - slide 36
~Standard and Element - slide 37
~Trustee Period Vs Colonial Period Writing Prompt - slide 46
~SS8Hcde Study Guide - slide 47
~SS8Hcde Quiz - slide 48

Standard and Elements Covered
SS8H2 Analyze the colonial period of Georgia’s history.

c. Evaluate the role of diverse groups (Jews, Salzburgers, Highland Scots, and Malcontents) in settling Georgia during the Trustee Period.

d. Explain the transition of Georgia into a royal colony with regard to land ownership, slavery, alcohol, and government.

e. Give examples of the kinds of goods and services produced and traded in colonial Georgia.

If you are interested in this and others it is much cheaper to buy the Bundle Below

Georgia Studies Bundle One SS8H1, SS8H2, SS8H3

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Georgia Studies: The American Revolution
Georgia Studies: Road to Revolution
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Georgia Studies: Creating a Settlement in Georgia
Georgia Studies: European Exploration and American Indians

Georgia Studies Bundle Three SS8H8, SS8H9, SS8H10, SS8H11, SS8H12

Georgia Studies: Great Depression
Georgia Studies: Roosevelt's New Deal
Georgia Studies: World War II
Georgia Studies: Georgia's Growth 1945 - 1970
Georgia Studies: Civil Rights Movement
Georgia Studies: Modern Georgia

Soon to Come:
Georgia Studies Bundle Four
Georgia Studies Unit Test Bundle
Georgia Studies End of Year Exam
Georgia Studies Interactive Journal
Total Pages
89 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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