Use any of the links listed below (or websites that you find on your own, just let me know about them so I can add them in the future!!) to answer the 6 "interview" questions. Make sure you answer as your chosen monarch from the Prezi list.
Read the handout you were given in class today. Either create 1 question or write a 1 sentence summary for each of the following topics you read about in the article: Economic Motives, Religious Motives, Social and Political Motives, The Colony of Virginia, Early Difficulties at Jamestown, Leading Events of Early Virginia, The Plymouth Colony, The Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Please put the questions or the summary either on a piece of notebook paper or in your journal.
Check Google Classroom for it!!!
Use the attached PowerPoint to complete the Fill in the Blank worksheet I gave you in class today. I've attached a copy of that in case you forgot to bring it home!! For the Slave Trade document (not the PowerPoint!!) please print/use pages 5 and 6 as the 1st 4 pages are from a previous homework.
See Google Classroom for the instructions in order to continue coloring the Triangle Trade Routes on your map.
Also, I've put the study guide for Friday's test in there, as well!!
Periods 1 and 7 - Finish all videos and all worksheets!!
Period 3 and 8 - Finish any 2!!!!
Because Google Classroom is being finicky, see the attached.
Check the attached PowerPoint against your journal. Make changes to your journal as needed in preparation for a journal check!
You set up notes today in class. If you lost them, I've attached a copy for you. You will need to go to www.sascurriculumpathways.com
Once there log in, then type in 883 for the QuickLaunch code. You will have to enter a name, please just use your first name and your last initial.
Watch the 4 short videos, and take notes while you watch. This should take at most 15-20 minutes.
Complete both sides of the Mercantilism worksheet you were given in class today.
There are two readings in Google Classroom with questions on each worksheet. The two worksheets are titled "The Spanish in the Caribbean" and "Bartoleme de las Casas".