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Period 3: 1754 1800

APUSH Key Concept 3.1


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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

The New Curriculum

Key Concept 3.1 British attempts to


assert tighter control over its North
American colonies and the colonial
resolve to pursue self-government led to
a colonial independence movement and
the Revolutionary War.

Big ideas:
How did the 7 Years War alter the

relationship between the British and


colonists?
What arguments did colonists use to
resist Britains actions after the war?

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from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.

Key Concept 3.1, I

EQ: How did the


relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the

period of salutatory
neglect?

The competition among the British, French, and


American Indians for economic and political
advantage in North America culminated in the
Seven Years War (the French and Indian War), in
which Britain defeated France and allied American
Indians. - Page 36 of the Curriculum Framework
Write Down Key Concept 3.1, I

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Read the selection above and write down the KEY components of
3.1,I

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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Brit-
colonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Take notes on the videos as we watch


Title Crash Course 5 (7 years war)

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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

The Albany Congress

In 1754, 7 of the 13 colonies met for an


inter-colonial congress held in Albany,
New York, known simply as The Albany
Congress.
Handout and Document Analysis

Explain how the Albany Plan of Union


could support the following comment: to
colonists, it did not seem to give enough
independence; to the British officials, it
seemed to give too much
Colonists
Cite specific evidence

British Officials

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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its

North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, I


A) What led to British-French conflict, and
what were the impacts?
Causes:
Expansion of British colonists into the interior of North
America (Ohio Valley)
Iroquois allied with the British

Impact
The French were removed from North America
lost a trading partner
Impact
British colonists expanded on to native land
Pontiacs Rebellion -> Proclamation Line of 1763

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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
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a SEEC paragraph:

Peace Treaty at Paris in 1763


The aftermath

The British got Canada and the land all the


way to the Mississippi River.

The French retained several small but


valuable sugar islands in the West Indies and
two never-to-be-fortified islets in the Gulf of
St. Lawrence for fishing stations.

France gave Louisiana to Spain to


compensate for Spains losses in the war.
(they would get it back)

Great Britain took its place as the leading


naval power in the world

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from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, I

B) Impacts of the war?


Britain gained MASSIVE amounts

of land in North America


France is essentially removed
Britain became in debt from the

war - sought to raise revenue


and gain more control over
colonies
Salutary Neglect Ends Britain
ends its hands-off approach
Britain begins to collect taxes
Sugar Act (1764), Stamp Act
(1765), etc.
Tensions from the 7 Years War
helped lead to the American
Revolution

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from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, I

Newspaper article by James Gillray shows King George III


and Queen Charlotte enjoying a cup of tea with sugar. The
several women in the background also drinking tea portray
a sad facial expression because they could not afford the
high price of sugar.

Sparked some criticism, but not nearly as much as

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analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, I

C) Post-7 Years
War, Britain sought
to limit expansion
Britain forbade

expansion west of
the Appalachian
Mountains ->
Proclamation Line
Natives resisted

encroachment of
colonists
Pontiacs Rebellion
(1763)

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analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FK8tV3fjKE

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analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Primary Source Analysis

Read the primary source: Pontiac, an Ottawa chief,


voicing the proclamations of the Master of Life,
1763

Get the GIST of the article.

What is the general message and purpose of this


document?

Based on your analysis of this document, what


supportable inferences can you make?
Appropriate conclusions?

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analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Primary Source Analysis

Read the primary source: The Royal Proclamation


October 7, 1763

Get the GIST of the article.

What is the general message and purpose of this


document?

Based on your analysis of this document, what


supportable inferences can you make?
Appropriate conclusions?

How receptive do you think colonists were to this


Royal Proclamation?

SWBAT identify &


analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.

Key Concept 3.1, II

EQ: How did the


relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?

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a SEEC paragraph:

The desire of many colonists to assert ideals of selfgovernment in the face of renewed British imperial
efforts led to a colonial independence movement
and war with Britain. - Page 37 of the Curriculum
Framework
Write Down Key Concept 3.1, II

Read the selection above and write down the KEY components of 3.1,II

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analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, II

A) What united colonists


AGAINST the British?
British taxes WITHOUT colonial

representation or consent
Parliament created taxes without
colonial representation, stated
they were virtually represented
Colonists were ok with colonial
taxes; they could vote for
representation
Colonists successfully

boycotted taxes (Stamp,


Townshend) and they
developed more resolve in their
cause

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analyze content
from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, II


The Bostonian Paying
the Excise-Man, 1774
British propaganda
print referring to the
tarring and feathering
of Boston
Commissioner of
Customs John Malcolm
four weeks after the
Boston Tea Party. The
men also poured hot
tea down Malcolms
throat, as can be seen.
Note the noose
hanging on the Liberty
Tree, and the Stamp
Act posted upsidedown

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from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
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a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, II

B) How did colonists justify


their resistance?
Rights of British subjects:
Rejection of virtual
representation idea that
Parliament acted in best interest
of all British subjects
Rights of individuals:
Taxation, writs of assistance,
admirality courts
Enlightenment ideas:

Consent of the governed, Life,


liberty, and property

Local Traditions of self-rule:


Colonists had the ability to elect
colonial representatives

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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
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100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, II

Benjamin Franklin designed and distributed a cartoon


urging the repeal of the Stamp Act. The image warned
against the danger of Britain losing her American colonies
showing a woman with her limbs (American states) cut
off.

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from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, II

C) Individuals involved in
the independence
movement:
Colonial leaders:
Paul Revere and John Hancock
wealthy merchants that
protested taxation
Ben Franklin argued America
contributed significantly to the
7 Years War through colonial
taxes and men; co-writer of the
Declaration of Independence,
and gained the support of
France during the war
Grassroots movements:

laborers, artisans, and


women
Mercy Otis Warren writer that
urged independence

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concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
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Key Concept 3.1, II

D) Patriot Mobilization:
Large numbers of men

AND women contributed


to the war effort
Provided financial and
material support

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Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.
EQ: How did the
relationship
between the Britcolonies & Britain
change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
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100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Key Concept 3.1, II

E) British advantages
and American
advantages:
British:

loyalist opposition (20%


and higher in some areas)
Bigger military and more
$
American:
Familiarity with the land,
military leadership of
George Washington, deep
commitment to their
cause, and foreign aid
most notably the French,
after Saratoga

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from APUSH Key
concept 3.1:
Key Concept 3.1
British attempts
to assert tighter
control over its
North American
colonies and the
colonial resolve to
pursue self-gov
led to a colonial
independence
movement and
the Revolutionary
War.

Test Tips

EQ: How did the


relationship

between the Britcolonies & Britain


change after the
period of salutatory
neglect?
Given an exit card,
100% of SW - Write
a SEEC paragraph:

Multiple-Choice and Short Answer


Questions:
7 Years War and its impacts on Native

Americans
Impact of the 7 Years War (End of salutary
neglect)

Essay Questions:
Political, social, and economic causes of the

Revolutionary War
How can the French And Indian War be seen as
a turning point in American History?

Remember,
each part
(a, b, c)
must be AT
LEAST 2-3
sentences.

Short Answer Question

After 1763, Britain began to consolidate


its control of the British colonies
A) Briefly explain reason for this
consolidation
B) Briefly explain one British action taken
between 1763 and 1776.
C) Briefly explain one reaction by the
colonists to the action described in part b)

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