New England Colonies. Puritans
Key words include:
- Roger Williams
- John Winthrop
- Thomas Hooker
- The Great Migration
- Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
- Representative government
This PowerPoint presentation examines:
- John Winthrop (Massachusetts Bay Colony)
- Thomas Hooker (Connecticut colony)
- Roger Williams (Rhode Island colony).
- The reasons for the establishment and varying governments of each New England colony.
- How the United States government is similar to or different from the three New England governments.
Overarching Question (Thinking Focus Question):
How are the governments of Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut and Rhode Island different from one another?
**CAN BE ALTERED!** This is lesson 4 of Colonizing North America Unit. It comes with an engaging and visually appealing 40-slide PowerPoint presentation with easy to understand content illustrated with charts and pictures. This PowerPoint lesson is accompanied by a three-page graphic organizer - answer key included!
Here are other lessons in this unit you may be interested in:
Lesson 1: Finding a Northwest Passage
Lesson 2: Jamestown Colony
Lesson 3: Plymouth Colony
Lesson 4: New England Colonies
Lesson 5: Anne Hutchison & Chief Metacom
Lesson 6: Middle Colonies
Lesson 7: Southern Colonies (part 1)
Lesson 8: Southern Colonies (part 2)
Lesson 9: Navigation Acts
UNIT: Colonizing North America
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