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5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,Big Ideas Card. Big Ideas of Lesson 1 Unit 4, The soil was rocky in the New England colonies and not very good for. farming For this reason people depended on other economic activities like. shipbuilding and fishing, Much of life in New England centered around towns These towns were. organized in similar ways, Town meetings were an important part of New England government. New England traders carried trade goods to and from many ports. Education was important in New England, Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 2 of 14.
www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,Word Cards. geography five themes of,the study of the Earth,and the way people five big ideas that. interact with the Earth help people understand geography. Example Location is one of the five themes,Example When you study geography you of geography. learn about different places,region New England Colonies.
an area that has one The region of four colonies located in. or more features in the northern part of the land claimed by. common England, Example The Southwest and the Pacific Example The New England Colonies. Northwest are two examples of American included Massachusetts Rhode Island. Indian regions Connecticut and New Hampshire,SS050401 SS050401. perspective geographer,how a person a person who,looks at a studies the. problem or Earth and how humans interact with it,Example Geographers are interested in. Example Point of view and perspective mean natural features and how humans adapt to. about the same thing natural features,SS050401 SS050401.
Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 3 of 14. www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,political economist. a person who studies,a person who how goods are,studies government and politics. distributed and consumed,Example Economists are interested in. Example Political scientists are interested in,different economic activities such as farming.
different kinds of governments,and manufacturing,anthropologist. a person who,studies people and how they live,Example Anthropologists are interested in. the beliefs and traditions of different cultures, Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 4 of 14. www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,Theme Questions.
Location Where is it,Place What is it like,What are its natural characteristics. What are its human characteristics,Human Environment How do people interact with the. Interaction environment,How have people used the environment. How have people adapted to the,environment,How have people modified or changed the. environment,Movement How is the place connected to other.
How and why have people goods and,ideas moved in and out of the place. Regions How might common geographic,characteristics help us understand this. How can the place be divided into regions,To what regions does the place belong. Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 5 of 14. www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,Relating the Themes of Geography to History.
Something we learned Which theme,People migrated from England to. settle in places like Jamestown and,Different Native Americans groups. lived in different geographic areas,such as the Eastern Woodlands the. Plains and the dry Southwest,The English colonies were founded. along the Atlantic coast of North,English settlers made use of the.
natural resources they found such as,water trees and fertile soil. The English colonies had a wide,variety of landforms including. mountains fertile valleys and coastal,Settlers cleared forests in order to. build homes and plant crops,Raw materials were sent from the. English colonies to England Finished,goods like glassware were sent to the.
colonies from England, Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 6 of 14. www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1, Relating the Themes of Geography to History Answer Key. Something we learned Which theme,People migrated from England to. settle in places like Jamestown and Movement,Different Native Americans groups.
lived in different geographic areas Regions,such as the Eastern Woodlands the. Plains and the dry Southwest,The English colonies were founded. along the Atlantic coast of North Location,English settlers made use of the. natural resources they found such as Human Environment Interaction. water trees and fertile soil,The English colonies had a wide. variety of landforms including Place,mountains fertile valleys and coastal.
Settlers cleared forests in order to Human Environmental Interaction. build homes and plant crops,Raw materials were sent from the. English colonies to England Finished Movement,goods like glassware were sent to the. colonies from England, Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 7 of 14. www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401. Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,The New England Colonies Chart 1 Possible Answers.
What do we already know,Plymouth was the first settlement. The Pilgrims and Puritans came looking for religious freedom. People left Massachusetts and formed new colonies, Conflict grew between settlers and Native Americans. People settled along the coast,People moved into river valleys. The land was rocky,There were a lot of trees,The ocean was important. Government,The Plymouth settlers had the Mayflower Compact.
The Puritans had strict laws, In many communities the ministers had a lot of power and were the main leaders. People farmed and fished,Settlers traded with the Native Americans. A lot of goods came from England,Religion was important. Native American culture was different from English culture. Life was centered around towns, Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 9 of 14. www micitizenshipcurriculum org December 8 2011, 5th Grade Integrated Early American History SS050401.
Unit 4 Life in Colonial America Lesson 1,Reading for Information Reference Sheet. Look for ideas about Key Words to look for,landforms climate. bodies of water water,plant life vegetation region. climate environment,natural resources natural characteristics. how people adapted to used or resources,modified the land clothes houses.
Civics Government,ruler king queen,political decisions. economic activities like farming,goods and services. using resources,traditions,daily life,daily life,architecture. Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Page 10 of 14. Graphic Organizer important New England Colonies HistoryFishing Geography Civics Economics Culture Settlements were started for religious reasons Early settlements were Plymouth and Mass Bay whaling and trading Rocky soil was not very good for farming Goods like ships were manufactured Trees and coastline were Education and religion were

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