Teach your students the effects of the Treaty of Utrecht with this engaging mini-unit plan.
When the French and the British ended the war in Europe with the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, things changed a lot in North America. In this unit, students learn about the land changes that resulted from the treaty. They also learn about the struggles both sides faced to control North America. Lastly, the students learn how to write an essay to explain the effects of the Treaty of Utrecht.
See below to see what is included and what they learn.
1. Lesson Guide to walk you through the lessons
2. Reading Package that explains the information in a student friendly manner
3. Graphic Organizer to help students take notes and organize their information
4. PowerPoint Presentation that allow students to analyze maps
5. Comprehension Questions to test their understanding of the reading
7. Answers to the quiz and comprehension questions are included so you don't have to search for them
8. Graphic Organizer to help students walk through their final task (writing an essay)
9. Example of an essay is included as a mentor text for students to follow
10. A rubric to assess student essays
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Keywords: Colonial Canada, History, Canadian History, Jean Talon, Francois de Laval, and Comte de Frontenac, Royal Government, New France, note taking, reading for information, important information, main idea, Treaty of Utrecht, Fall of New France, Struggle to Control North America, Ohio Valley, St. Lawrence River