Wednesday, November 10

Wednesday, November 10

Thursday, Nov. 8 1.Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor 2. Update Table of Contents DateTitle Entry # 11/5Olive Branch Petition v. Common Sense 50 11/7Ch. 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence 51 11/8Common Sense notes52 3.Get out your worksheet from yesterday (Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence)

Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence A. Categorizing Political Actions Outcomes 1. Second Continental Congress meets (May 1775) Chose George Washington as military

commander Authorized printing of paper money Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence A. Categorizing Political Actions Outcomes 1. Second Continental Congress meets (May 1775)

2. Congress drafts the Olive Branch Petition (July 1775) Military Actions Outcomes 3. Americans attack Fort Ticonderoga Americans captured the fort and its (May 1775) cannons and large guns Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence

A. Categorizing Political Actions 1. Second Continental Congress meets (May 1775) 2. Congress drafts the Olive Branch Petition (July 1775) Outcomes King George rejected the petition (blockaded entire colonies, sent

German mercenaries called Hessians) Battle of Bunker Hill http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaAIk6ydRwg Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence A. Categorizing Political Actions Outcomes

1. Second Continental Congress meets (May 1775) 2. Congress drafts the Olive Branch Petition (July 1775) Military Actions Outcomes 3. Americans attack Fort Ticonderoga (May 1775) 4. Continental Army fights in the

British won but suffered huge Battle of Bunker Hill (June 1775) causalities. Moral victory for the Americans Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence A. Categorizing Political Actions Outcomes

1. Second Continental Congress meets (May 1775) 2. Congress drafts the Olive Branch Petition (July 1775) Military Actions Outcomes 3. Americans attack Fort Ticonderoga (May 1775) 4. Continental Army fights in the

Battle of Bunker Hill (June 1775) 5. Continental Army invades Quebec Continental Army was defeated (Nov. 1775) Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence A. Categorizing Political Actions 1. Second Continental Congress meets (May 1775) 2. Congress drafts the Olive Branch Petition

(July 1775) Military Actions 3. Americans attack Fort Ticonderoga (May 1775) 4. Continental Army fights in the Battle of Bunker Hill (June 1775) 5. Continental Army invades Quebec (Nov. 1775) 6. Continental Army surrounds British forces in Boston (Jan. 1776)

Outcomes Outcomes Continental Armys show of strength causes British soldiers and Loyalists to leave Boston Entry 52 Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England.

*He was asked to write an essay urging independence Common Sense Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence

Common Sense When: *Common Sense was written in Jan. 1776 Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence

Why: * Parliament didnt have the right to make laws for the colonies. *Kings are corrupt *Economically, we could survive w/out England Common Sense When: *Common Sense was written in Jan. 1776

Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence Why: * Parliament didnt have the right to make laws for the colonies. *Kings are corrupt

*Economically, we could survive w/out England Common Sense When: *Common Sense was written in Jan. 1776 Significance: This pamphlet sold many colonists on the idea of

independence. I used to be your King http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhFKB036gy M&feature=results_video&playnext=1&list=PL6 FD39D73463207A0

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