Browse our complete collection of social studies worksheets. Correctly compare and contrast the New England, Middle and Southern Colonies with at least 3 ideas. The 16 countries of which she is Queen are known as Commonwealth realms, and their combined population, including dependencies is over 129 million. The information you gather and provide will be used to teach and persuade others about colonial times in America and ultimately, which colony to settle in. Work together as a group to complete the timeline. They will then answer questions about each of the regions to help them differentiate between the three.
The information you provide will be used to teach others about colonial times. You will also create a Venn Diagram and to illustrate the similarities and differences between the New England, Middle and Southern colonies. Conclusion You will have a better understanding of how the 13 original colonies were founder after completing this WebQuest. Includes maps of important battles, question worksheets, and articles. During: The students will be given a map of all 13 Colonies and work in groups to label each colony correctly.
Most sports including rugby and cricket are organised on an all-Ireland basis, with a single Irish team. Introduction: Your expertise is needed immediately! After: Students will present in their groups what they found to be similar and different within the colony regions to the class. Through researching the colonization of America, you will discover the similarities and differences of the Southern, Middle and New England Colonies. I think the same would apply in Australia. The land also contained many valuable minerals to be mined. Correctly construct a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the 3 regions of the Colonies 3.
. The forests in this region provided timber. You will uncover this information through research. Ten years later the Puritans came to New England for religious reasons as well. Today in class, we compared and contrasted the Northern and Southern Colonies of England. They will do this while in groups.
The southern colonies were established early on after the settlement of Jamestown in 1607. We need historians to report back to Europe and other parts of the world about the 13 original colonies. Conclusion You will have a better understanding of how the 13 original colonies were founded after completing this WebQuest. As a class, we examined the agricultural, economic, societal, immigration rate, and slavery and women in the Northern and Southern colonies. Historical Background Who, how, and why the colonies were settled made a big difference in the lifestyles amongst the three different regions. The actual arrangement is much simpler, more like a series of concentric circles. The southern split from the original northern and both associations claimed to represent the entire island in the 1950 World Cup there were players who played for both national teams.
They will be given cut outs of ideas that can be placed in the different section of circles that pertain to each region. The middle colonies were settled by several European nations in the middle of the 17th century. Students will play the role of a Colonist from one of the three regions examined in class. Lesson Objective Students will compare and contrast life in New England, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Southern colonies, with an emphasis on how people interacted with their environment. Through researching the colonization of America, you will discover the similarities and differences of the Southern, Middle and New England Colonies. The climate and geography dictated the lives of the New England settlers.
The only real question is how someone becomes President. Procedures for teacher and students including all adaptations and modifications Before: The teacher will begin by displaying a map of all 13 Colonies. As a culminating assessment, students will write a letter from a colonist in one region to a colonist in another region stating the similarities and differences between the two places. Football is the exception, where there are seperate teams representing the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Each team member needs to share their information with the other members.
They will write a letter to a colonist from another region drawing contrasts and comparisons between the two regions. At this point, the teacher will display the photographs on the Promethean board one at a time so that students will be able to view the pictures better. In additional, we looked at similar factors between both regions. The main reason is simply that, in practice, very little would change and it would cost a lot of public money so there is always something more important to do. The winters were cold, but the summers contained moderate temperatures, creating a great environment for growing many crops.