Guthriegabs About Exploration Age of Discovery 16th Century Colonies
A 6 week small group course. European colonies in the Americas 1500s-1700s: 13 British Colonies (New England), New France, New Spain. Compare causes and effects of colonization. Discuss the impact on Indigenous Nations.
Kim Guthriegabs M. Ed
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over 6 weeks
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Many people have heard of the story of the 13 British colonies in North America, but what happened to the Native nations and land in the rest of the Americas? In this 6 week course, compare how Europeans during the 1500-the 1600s interacted with the Native nations of the Americas in what became known as New Spain, New England, and New France. Learn the pushes and pulls for different groups of people to move from one home to build a new one. Students do not need prior knowledge of...
Explain how the geography of the eastern coastal region impacted the settlement patterns of early colonists Analyze and explain using evidence (geographical features, climate, and natural resources) which colonial group made the wisest location selection? Analyze and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each group involved in the Triangular Trade route Compare and contrast the ethnic, political, and religious groups that settled in the Americas. Explain how the lives of Native American nations were disrupted by European colonization. Analyze the information to answer the question, “Was colonial America a land of opportunity for everyone?
I am a highly qualified teacher in history for grades elementary through grade 9. I have taught both history and science in a public school classroom for over 15 years. I was the lead history teacher for my school. I have presented at both local and state social studies teacher conferences. I love to travel and always travel with the purpose of exploring the history of an area. In order for people to understand current events, we must make the effort to look at the difficult stories of the past. I believe it is only in looking to our past can we understand today. This class allows for discussion and reflection of the actions that people took over 400 years ago. The class will teach the causes and effects of colonization. The goal is not to demonize or glorify any group or groups, but to have an understanding of events.
Kahoot! review quizzes. Student writing responses and notes based on parent requests
Notebook, blank paper, pencils, and colored pencils.
Students will complete quizzes for each lesson. Students will respond in writing and discussion to teacher-led questions. Parents can request a letter grade for their child during the course.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This class focuses on the economic, political, and social reasons for colonization. We will discuss the treatment of the Native American people by European Colonists. There is no way to discuss the effects of European colonization without talking about the overall decline and removal of many Native American tribes from their homelands. We will not go into details about specific tribes during class. Students are encouraged to learn more about individual tribes that lived in their chosen geographic area of research. Religions will be discussed as they were a motivation for colonization. Religions will be discussed in a historical context; specifically, religious freedoms in the colonies compared to in Europe. The African Slave Trade will be discussed as it became an economic factor during colonization. We will look at ways that people fought against the Slave Trade, and why it occurred. Learners will be sent weekly links to optional Kahoot! quizzes. The links are private and are unique to the weekly lesson for each section. Learners do not provide any personal information.
Mayflower Compact CMU: Colonial North America: Primary Sources--Colonial America National Geographic National Museum of the American Indian
Kim Guthriegabs M. Ed
Kim Guthrie M.Ed.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
366 total reviews
499 completed classes
I believe that students need to see the personal side of the world. When students begin to see a unique story in a history or science lesson, they become engaged and learn. I speak French and love to travel to countries where I can immerse...