Unit 3 Colonization
Unit 3 The English ColoniesEnglish Colonies Research ProjectThe first video focuses on getting into the notetaking document, taking notes, and accessing the digital resources. It’s here: https://youtu.be/TgpeukahDicThe second video focuses on setting up the project in Noodletools. How to cite each type of source will differ, based on the source type. On the library website, I listed some information to help students complete the fields for the various types of resources. Here’s the video: https://youtu.be/1tdO_Zhm2n8Chapter 3 - History Alive!Chapter 4 American NationJamestown and PlymouthVideo 1. Click link belowSalem Witch Trials 1692<iframe width=640 height=360 src='https://BrightonCSD.sharepoint.com/portals/hub/_layouts/15/VideoEmbedHost.aspx?chId=475630c3%2D6c59%2D43c8%2D9177%2Def7cc489f250&vId=4681d062%2Dbc4b%2D4187%2Da6d5%2Dfccf7e51460e&width=640&height=360&autoPlay=false&showInfo=true' allowfullscreen></iframe>Video 2New NetherlandsUnit 3 Review VideoQuizlet Review:
- Watch the review video on my website
- Go through all of your notes.
- Colonial Regions Graphic Organizer
- New England Colonies Notes
- Middle Colonies Notes
- Southern Colonies Notes
- Trade in the Colonies Notes
- Read through your mini-books and Life in the 13 English Colonies brochure.
- Complete your study tickets and review them.
- English Colonies Print Ad Direction (docx file - 134 KB) English Colonies Project Rubric (docx file - 161 KB) Unit 3 Booklet (pdf file - 8.05 MB) NoodleTools (pdf file - 1.06 MB) Unit 3 Completed Notes (pdf file - 21.04 MB) Unit 3 study tickets (xlsx file - 346 KB) American Nation Textbook Chapter 4 (pdf file - 9.88 MB)
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