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The Era of Colonization and Settlement 1600s-1760s covers the early colonists (Dutch, Spanish, French & English), colonial conflict and contact between Native people and colonists, Bacon's Rebellion, the rise of individualism, religious freedom, social & cultural life, the colonial economy, and the rise of slavery.
Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.
113 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Walch Education
Publication Date: 1997
|Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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Shelley Wiegmann4 Stars Out Of 5September 17, 2009Shelley WiegmannThis book is not the greatest. I am frustrated with it. The book needs to not be so mundane. I had hoped it would have been more to grade level but it's not.
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