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Table of Contents,Notes to the Teacher Pages 3 4,ELA Common Core Standards Page 5. h p www nps gov jame index htm,English Colonies Roanoke and Jamestown Pages 6 7. English Colonies Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay Pages 8 9. French and Spanish Colonies Pages 10 11,Dutch and German Colonies Pages 12 13. Swedish and Russian Colonies Pages 14 15,Blank Template 1 Page 16. Blank Template 2 Page 17, Word Searches Countries Colonists Came From Why They Went to the New World Pages 18 21. Word Searches People Colonies and What They re Known For Pages 22 25. References Pages 26 28,Credits Page 29, Cover image The Treaty of Penn with the Indians by Benjamin West 1771 1772. 2014 The ESL Nexus,Notes to the Teacher, Keeping track of the similarities and differences among all the European colonies of the 17th and 18th century can. be challenging The charts in this product will help students consolidate the information in an easy to. comprehend visually uncluttered way Each of the 5 blank charts has 10 questions on it and space for responses. about two colonies After each blank chart there is the same chart completely filled in with answers to the. questions The colonies included on the charts in this resource are The English colonies of Roanoke Jamestown. Plymouth h p www nps gov jame index htm, the Pilgrims Massachusetts Bay the Puritans and French Spanish Dutch German Swedish and. Russian colonies Although the focus of material in this packet is on Early European colonies specifically those of. the 17th century Russia is included in this packet as well because it played a significant role in the settlement by. Europeans of one area of the United States of America There are also 2 blank template charts that can be. photocopied for anyone who prefers not to include all of the colonies presented here or if students need more. space to write their answers to the questions, The charts can be used in a variety of ways As students are reading about each colony in their textbook tablet. online or from handouts they can use the blank charts to take notes After they finish reading about a colony. they can be instructed to fill in a chart with as much information as they can remember or they can find by. rereading the text They can listen as their teacher reads information about each colony and then write down. what they hear and remember Reading aloud the information in the filled in charts can be done as a dictation. task or for note taking practice Also the filled in charts can be used as an assessment tool or review for a test. students can be instructed to cut the questions and answers into strips and then they have to match up the. questions and answers correctly This can be done individually or in pairs or small groups which would be of. particular benefit to ELLs The charts can be used as study guides too And teachers can even use the charts as a. formative assessment after teaching about Early European colonies by cutting up the response sections and. rearranging their order photocopying the new chart and then instructing students to draw lines to connect the. questions to the correct responses Alternatively the responses on the new chart could be lettered and students. told to write the letter of their answer on a line in front of the correct question. Students can write their answers to the questions in complete sentences or just with key words and phrases In. either case learning can be extended by having students transform their sentences or notes into compositions. 2014 The ESL Nexus,Notes to the Teacher, The filled in charts can also be used as the basis for writing compare and contrast compositions about two or more. colonies They can even be used for persuasive writing practice by having students choose one colony and writing. about why that was the best colony to live in, There are 2 different word search puzzles in this resource and each has 2 levels of difficulty depending on how the. words areh p www nps gov jame index htm, written in the word search grid The words in the first puzzle include the names of the countries from. which colonists emigrated to the New World and the reasons why they went The words in the second puzzle are. the names of some people and colonies as well as what some of the colonies were known for The easier puzzle. labeled A in the bottom left corner is presented first followed by the harder puzzle which is labeled B in the. bottom left corner Answer keys to all the word searches are included. A note about terminology Germany was not a country at this time but one chart refers to German colonies. because the people from that region who came to America and settled in other colonies preserved their. culture and traditions Many of the resources consulted used the word Indian to refer to the people who. lived in America before the arrival of the Europeans The word Native was used by resources discussing. the Russian colonies to describe all the indigenous peoples Aleuts plus Alaskan and Californian Indians. they encountered Since these words were used by scholarly sources they have been used in this product as. well No disrespect is intended or implied as a result. If you like this product please return to my TpT store and give it a rating and comment You ll earn credits. towards future TpT purchases in any store by doing so If you have any questions or concerns please email me at. theeslnexus gmail com I will do my best to help you resolve any issue. You might also be interested in these products, End of Year Persuasive Writing Activity about American History Late 1400s 1800 available at. https www teacherspayteachers com Product End of Year Persuasive Writing Activity about American History Late 1400s 1800 1835670. ESL Word Walls Essential Content Area Vocabulary for Grades 5 8 available at. https www teacherspayteachers com Product Word Walls for ELLs Essential Content Area Vocabulary for Grades 5 8 1539999. Thank you and happy teaching 2014 The ESL Nexus,ELA Common Core Standards. Draw on information from multiple print or digital sources demonstrating the ability to locate an answer to a question. quickly or to solve a problem efficiently,h p www nps gov jame index htm. Integrate information from several texts on the same topic in order to write or speak about the subject knowledgeably. Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources summarize. or paraphrase information in notes and finished work and provide a list of sources. Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources assess the credibility of each source and quote or. paraphrase the data and conclusions of others while avoiding plagiarism and providing basic bibliographic information. for sources,W 7 8 and W 8 8, Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources using search terms effectively assess the. credibility and accuracy of each source and quote or paraphrase the data and conclusions of others while avoiding. plagiarism and following a standard format for citation. Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources using advanced searches effectively. assess the usefulness of each source in answering the research question integrate information into the text selectively. to maintain the flow of ideas avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation. Common Core Standards Copyright 2010 National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief. State School Officers All rights reserved Any claims of correlation or alignment to the CCSS Standards are solely those of The. ESL Nexus and have not been evaluated or endorsed by the NGA The ESL Nexus is the sole creator of this product and does. not claim endorsement or association with the creators of the CCSS standards. 2014 The ESL Nexus,EARLY ENGLISH COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Questions Roanoke Jamestown,1 When was the colony founded. 2 Why was the colony established,3 What state was the colony in. 4 How did the colonists make their,5 How did the colonists get along with. the Native Americans,6 What type of government did the. colony have,7 What was the religion of most of the. 8 What problems did the colony have,9 What happened to the colony. 10 Why was the colony important,6 2014 The ESL Nexus. EARLY ENGLISH COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES,Questions Roanoke Jamestown. 1 When was the colony founded There were two times in 1585 and 1587 It was founded in 1607. 2 Why was the colony established Sir Walter Raleigh wanted to capture The Virginia Company which started the. Spanish ships in the area and get rich colony hoped to make money from it. 3 What state was the colony in It was in North Carolina It was in Virginia. 4 How did the colonists make their The 1585 colonists were explorers who They grew tobacco and they were farmers. living stole from the Indians but also had to At first though the men just wanted to get. farm The 1587 colonists were farmers rich by finding gold. 5 How did the colonists get along with There was a lot of fighting because the There were problems but it got better. the Native Americans English did not treat the Indians well when some Indians helped the colonists but. although a few tribes were friendly then the problems happened again. 6 What type of government did the There was a governor John White who Until 1619 it was controlled by the Virginia. colony have was responsible to Sir Walter Raleigh Company in England Then the House of. Roanoke s founder he was responsible to Burgesses was formed and from then on. Queen Elizabeth of England they made the colony s laws. 7 What was the colonists religion They were Protestant Christians They were Protestant Christians. 8 What problems did the colony have They did not have enough food or The land was not good for farming and. supplies and did not get along with the many people died the first winter that time. Native Americans living nearby was known as the starving time. 9 What happened to the colony It is a mystery The colonists disappeared More and more English came but there. and no one knows why were problems off and on over the years. 10 Why was the colony important It was the first attempt by the English to It was the first permanent English. settle in the New World and it was the settlement in the New World the first to. place where the first English baby was have representative government and the. born in the New World first English colony where African slaves. 7 2014 The ESL Nexus,EARLY ENGLISH COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Questions Plymouth The Pilgrims Massachusetts Bay The Puritans. 1 When was the colony founded,2 Why was the colony established. 3 What state was the colony in,4 How did the colonists make their. 5 How did the colonists get along with,the Native Americans. 6 What type of government did the,colony have,7 What was the religion of most of the. 8 What problems did the colony have,9 What happened to the colony. 10 Why was the colony important,8 2014 The ESL Nexus. EARLY ENGLISH COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES, Questions Plymouth The Pilgrims Massachusetts Bay The Puritans. 1 When was the colony founded It was founded in 1620 The Boston colony was founded in 1630. 2 Why was the colony established Many colonists wanted religious freedom The Puritans wanted to be able to. others wanted to get rich worship in their own way. 3 What state was the colony in It was in Massachusetts It was in Massachusetts. 4 How did the colonists make their They were farmers they fished and they They were farmers and there were. living traded with nearby Native Americans merchants fishermen and trappers too. 5 How did the colonists get along with The colonists got along well with them The colonists tried to convert the Indians. the Native Americans for several years but the good relations and they wanted their lands for. ended with wars in 1637 and 1675 themselves wars were in 1637 and 1675. 6 What type of government did the The colony governed itself based on the A governor and assistants were elected by. colony have Mayflower Compact and chose its own a group of male church members. leaders church leaders also had great religious leaders also had influence. 7 What was the religion of most of the They were Protestant Christians known as They were Protestant Christians called. colonists Separatists because they wanted to Puritans because they wanted to make. separate from the main church the church pure again. 8 What problems did the colony have They didn t have enough food for the People who disagreed with Puritan ideas. winter and many colonists died were forced to leave the colony. 9 What happened to the colony After the first winter they became It was successful and in 1691 it joined with. successful and the colony prospered the Pilgrims colony near Plymouth to. form the colony of Massachusetts, 10 Why was the colony important The Mayflower Compact is the first Boston was founded by the Puritans they. written agreement by common people on established the first public schools in. how to govern themselves America they governed themselves. 9 2014 The ESL Nexus,EARLY EUROPEAN COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Questions French Colonies Spanish Colonies,1 When were the colonies founded. 2 Why were the colonies established,3 What states were the colonies in. 4 How did the colonists make their,5 How did the colonists get along with. the Native Americans,6 What type of government did the. colonies have,7 What was the religion of most of the. 8 What problems did the colonies have,9 What happened to the colonies. 10 Why were the colonies important,10 2014 The ESL Nexus. EARLY EUROPEAN COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES,Questions French Colonies Spanish Colonies. 1 When were the colonies founded One was founded in 1564 in Florida but They founded several colonies between. mostly they built forts and trading posts 1565 in Florida and 1659 in Texas. not colonies until the 18th century, 2 Why were the colonies established They were looking for the Northwest The Spanish wanted to convert the. Passage and wanted to get rich Indians and also they wanted to get rich. 3 What states were the colonies in A colony in Florida lasted only a few They were in what is now Florida New. years many forts and trading posts were Mexico Arizona and Texas. built up and down the Mississippi River, 4 How did the colonists make their Except for the Florida colony they were They started missions and forced the. living mostly soldiers traders and fur trappers Indians to work the lands eventually they. had slaves from Africa too, 5 How did the colonists get along with They were friendly with the Indians and The Spanish treated them very badly they. the Native Americans made alliances with them against the were practically slaves. 6 What type of government did the French colonies were ruled by a governor The Spanish government appointed. colonies have appointed by the king of France but this viceroys rulers the Catholic Church. didn t start until the late 1600s in the US also played an important role in politics. 7 What was the religion of most of the The Florida colonists were Protestants They were Catholic Christians. colonists and the others were Catholic Christians, 8 What problems did the colonies have The Florida colony was conquered by the There were several Indian uprisings over. Spanish the years Diseases killed many Indians, 9 What happened to the colonies The forts and trading posts turned into More and more Spanish settlers came and. colonies when settlers came to live there they spread throughout the region. 10 Why were the colonies important They established France s claim to parts The impact of the Spanish culture in. of North America French culture and terms of religion and language on the. language is still present in Louisiana people in this region remains to this day. 11 2014 The ESL Nexus,EARLY EUROPEAN COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Questions Dutch Colonies German Colonies,1 When were the colonies founded. 2 Why were the colonies established,3 What states were the colonies in. 4 How did the colonists make their,5 How did the colonists get along with. the Native Americans,6 What type of government did the. colonies have,7 What was the religion of most of the. 8 What problems did the colonies have,9 What happened to the colonies. 10 Why were the colonies important,12 2014 The ESL Nexus. EARLY EUROPEAN COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES,Questions Dutch Colonies German Colonies. 1 When were the colonies founded They began to colonize the Mid Atlantic The first German settlement was. region in 1621 Germantown near Philadelphia in 1683. 2 Why were the colonies established They were looking for the Northwest William Penn invited Germans to come. Passage and to establish trading posts Pennsylvania for religious freedom. 3 What states were the colonies in They were in New York New Jersey Some people went to Virginia and North. Pennsylvania Delaware and Connecticut Carolina but most went to Pennsylvania. 4 How did the colonists make their The rich were landowners and poorer They were indentured servants farmers. living farmers worked for them there were also and small tradesmen. 5 How did the colonists get along with There was a lot of fighting between the It varied depending on the colonies they. the Native Americans colonists and the Native Americans lived in but in Pennsylvania it was good. 6 What type of government did the A governor was appointed by the Dutch Pennsylvania was a commonwealth and. colonies have East India Company and had full control William Penn was the governor. 7 What was the religion of most of the The official church was the Dutch At the start the colonists were Anabaptist. colonists Reformed Church that is Christian but Christians and then other Protestant. settlers practiced many other religions groups also arrived in Pennsylvania. 8 What problems did the colonies have Many people didn t own their own land The same problems that other Europeans. people didn t like the laws passed by the had in the colonies they settled in since. local government problems with Indians they weren t ruled from Germany. 9 What happened to the colonies New Amsterdam surrendered to the There weren t separate German colonies. English in 1664 and became New York Germans continued to come to America. 10 Why were the colonies important New Amsterdam was a trading center Germans introduced the ideas of kitchen. people from many European countries gardens kindergarten and physical. settled there Dutch foods waffles and education in schools and the Conestoga. words cookie were adopted in English wagon to colonists in America. 13 2014 The ESL Nexus,EARLY EUROPEAN COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Questions Swedish Colonies Russian Colonies,1 When were the colonies founded. 2 Why were the colonies established,3 What states were the colonies in. 4 How did the colonists make their,5 How did the colonists get along with. the Native Americans,6 What type of government did the. colonies have,7 What was the religion of most of the. 8 What problems did the colonies have,9 What happened to the colonies. 10 Why were the colonies important,14 2014 The ESL Nexus. EARLY EUROPEAN COLONIES IN THE UNITED STATES,Questions Swedish Colonies Russian Colonies. 1 When were the colonies founded In March 1638 settlers founded Fort The first in Alaska was in 1784 on Kodiak. Christina in what is now Delaware Island the first in California was in 1812. 2 Why were the colonies established The New Sweden Company wanted to The Russians were looking to increase. trade furs and tobacco opportunities in fur trading. 3 What states were the colonies in They were in Delaware New Jersey The Russian settlements were in Alaska. Pennsylvania and Maryland and California CA, 4 How did the colonists make their They were traders farmers and soldiers In Alaska they were fur traders and. living soldiers in California they were also,farmers skilled tradesmen and ranchers. 5 How did the colonists get along with They had peaceful relations with the local They traded with the Indians and treated. the Native Americans Indians The Swedes paid for their land them fairly in CA in Alaska colonists. and food and treated them fairly forced the Aleuts to work for them. 6 What type of government did the They were ruled by a governor who was They were ruled by a manager appointed. colonies have appointed by the New Sweden Company by the Russian American Company and. or later by the government of Sweden after 1818 by the Russian Navy. 7 What was the religion of most of the They were Lutheran Protestants that is They were Eastern Orthodox Christians. colonists Christians, 8 What problems did the colonies have The settlers did not like the way Farming was difficult otter and seal. Governor Printz ruled in 1655 the Dutch populations declined and there were. captured the Swedish forts problems with Native peoples in Alaska. 9 What happened to the colonies In 1681 New Sweden became part of the They sold the Fort Ross colony in. land granted to William Penn California in 1841 to John Sutter and sold. Alaska in 1867 to the U S Government, 10 Why were the colonies important Log cabins were introduced to America by Many Aleuts and Indians converted to. Swedish settlers Russian Orthodoxy Russian place names. still exist in Alaska and California,15 2014 The ESL Nexus.
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