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The 13 Originals 8th History

The 13 Originals 8th History - The13 T he13 Originals...

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The 13  The 13  Originals Originals Exploring the who, when, where, and  why behind the 13 original colonies of  early America.
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Instructional  Objectives TLW: Identify the 13 original English colonies, when they were  founded, who established them, and why. TLW: Complete map activity related to establishment of 13 colonies. S.P.I. 8.5.6: Classify characteristics of major historic events:  colonization. S.P.I. 8.5.7: Recognize the historical impacts of European settlements  in North America.
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What’s it to  you? • What would it be like to start a new  town? • What kind of obstacles would you face? • Would you have enough support  (money and friends) to do it? • Is there something you have ever tried  to start in your life that might be like  this? • These may have been some of the  questions the early settlers asked  themselves when they started. What do you think?
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Let’s get  Started!!!!!!!!!!!! !
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Colony # 1: Virginia Founded in 1607 (Jamestown) Captain John Smith is given credit for starting this colony. Many people at this time wanted to leave their homeland in order to have more freedoms and to not be under the strict rule of the kings of England.
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