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Unit #2: Pontiac's Rebellion and the Proclamation Line Of 1763
Learning Target: I can FORMULATE an opinion of the Proclamation Line of 1763 from the point of view of either a loyalist or a patriot.

Please complete the steps below to prepare for this assignment:

 Follow the directions below.  You will be creating a tab for this assignment after you have added this lesson's learning target to your LiveBinder.

1.  Open the "Learning Targets" tab in your LiveBinder.  Copy the learning target above into your LiveBinder.  

2.  Create a new tab in your LiveBinder titled "Pontiac's Rebellion and the Proclamation Line Of 1763". 

3.  Now click on "content" > "text" > "text-media" option. 


Red Activity:

Assignments to Complete:

Part I: Into the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part I: Into the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone"

2.  After the French and Indian War, many American began to move west of the Appalachian Mountains.   Americans like Daniel Boone led settlers into territory that was once French, but now was under
     English control.  Even though the map had changed however, the land was still inhabited by many Native Americans.  Native Americans did not like the way English and American settlers treated them.  The
     French had traded with them and even married into Indian families.  The England and Americans on the other hand wanted nothing to do with the Native Americans.  This set the stage for more conflict
     between the Americnas, English, and Native Americans.  This conflict was known as Pontiac's Rebellion.  Watch the short video about Daniel Boone and the first settlers into the Cumberland Gap.  

3.  Now in your LiveBinder text box, make a list of at least 5 adjectives you might use to describe Daniel Boone.  

4.  Would you like to learn even more about Daniel Boone?
 

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Part II: Pontiac's Rebellion

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part II: Pontiac's Rebellion"

2.  Watch the short entertaining video about Pontiac's Rebellion.  Make a list of at least 10 facts you learned about Pontiac's Rebellion after watching the video in your LiveBinder text box. 

3.  Next, watch the following video about the start of Pontiac's Rebellion.  In you LiveBinder textbox, list at least 2 reasons why Pontiac believed that Native Americans must resist the American settlers.

4.  Next, spend a few moments examining the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic.  The infographic illustrates all of the information you need to learn even more about Pontiac's Rebellion.  

5.  Read each of the quotes by British General Jeffery Amherst.  Compose a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) answering the following question:

     Do you think it was acceptable for the English to use small pox as a weapon against the Indians?  Your paragraph should information from the infographic as well as you well thought out opinion. 

6.  Watch the video about how Pontiac's Rebellion is finally ended.  In your LiveBinder textbox, make a list of at least 5 facts you learned about the end of Pontiac's Rebellion. 
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Part III: Proclamation Line of 1763

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part III: Proclamation Line of 1763"

2.  Conduct and Internet search to find a map of the Proclamation Line of 1763.  Save the image to your computer and then upload it to your LiveBinder text box. 

3.  Watch each of the videos about the Proclamation of 1763 below: 

           

4.  You should also review the information about the Proclamation of 1763 on this website.    This website is also very useful to learn more about the Proclamation of 1763.

5.  Make a list of at least 5 facts you learned about the Proclamation of 1763 after watching the two videos. 

6.  Next, spend a few moments examining the Proclamation of 1763 Info-Graphic.  The infographic illustrates all of the information you need to learn even more about the Proclamation of 1763.

7.  Make a list of at least 10 facts you learned by examining the Proclamation of 1763 Info-Graphic in your LiveBinder text box.

8.  Compose a well written paragraph (7-9 sentences) answering the following question:

     Why do you think American patriots like Daniel Boone felt it was alright to disobey the Proclamation of 1763.  Be sure to use details and facts you learned from the info graphic to support your answer. 

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White Activity:

Assignments to Complete:

Part I: Into the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part I: Into the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone"

2.  After the French and Indian War, many American began to move west of the Appalachian Mountains.   Americans like Daniel Boone led settlers into territory that was once French, but now was under
     English control.  Even though the map had changed however, the land was still inhabited by many Native Americans.  Native Americans did not like the way English and American settlers treated them.  The
     French had traded with them and even married into Indian families.  The England and Americans on the other hand wanted nothing to do with the Native Americans.  This set the stage for more conflict
     between the Americans, English, and Native Americans.  This conflict was known as Pontiac's Rebellion. 

3.  Do ONE of the following options:

     A.  Copy and paste the questions below into your LiveBinder textbox.  Answer 15 of the 20 questions below while watching the "Men Who Built America: Frontiersman" in class.

          1.  In what territory is Daniel Boone on the run?  Which hostile Indian tribe is chasing him?

          2.  Why were settlers like Daniel Boone willing to risk the dangers of moving west of the Appalachian Mountains?

          3.  Why would an American want to buy land west of the Appalachian Mountains?

          4.  Why does Daniel Boone decide to personally lead settlers west and break British law?

          5.  What is the Cumberland Gap? 

          6.  What is going on in the east while Daniel Boone builds his settlement in the west?

          7.  What happened to Daniel Boone's son?

          8.  What was Boonesbough? 

          9.  Why do new American settlements alarm the Shawnee? 

          10.  What happens to Daniel Boone's daughter?  What does Daniel Boone do about it?

          11.  What happens in July of 1776?  How do the British react to these events?

          12.  After the American Revolution begins, how were the British using the Indian Tribes in the west?

          13.  Why was salt important on the frontier?

          14.  What was the "gauntlet?"   

          15.  Who waited for Daniel Boone at Boonesbough even after many people had returned to North Carolina?

          16.  Who was Black Fish?  What did the English want to do with Boonesbough? 

          17. What terms did Black Fish offer Boone to surrender Boonesbough?

          18. What did Black Fish eventually do to Boonesbough to try and destroy the settlement?  What saved the settlement?

          19.  Why was Daniel Boone eventually kicked out of Boonesbough?

          20.  Where did Black Fish live?  What happened to Black Fish?


     B.  Watch the short video about Daniel Boone and the first settlers into the Cumberland Gap.   Explore the information in this website to learn even more about Daniel Boone?
          In your LiveBinder textbox, make a list of 15 facts you learned about Daniel Boone.


4.  Now take some time to answer any unfinished questions above. 

5.  Write a paragraph comparing what you learned about Daniel Boone with another famous American trail blazer Neil Armstrong.  You may wish to do some brief research about Neil Armstrong to help you.  Who
     do you think was the bigger trailblazer and why?

     Meet Neil Armstrong  |  History Channel - Neil Armstrong 

6.  Carefully submit you work using the google form below.  BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR ANSWERS BEFORE SUBMITTING.

    
     Turn in your Pontiac & Proc 1763  here!
 
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Part II: Pontiac's Rebellion

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part II: Pontiac's Rebellion"

2.  Watch the short entertaining video about Pontiac's Rebellion.  Make a list of at least 8 facts you learned about Pontiac's Rebellion after watching the video in your LiveBinder text box. 

3.  Next, spend a few moments examining the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic.  The infographic illustrates all of the information you need to learn even more about Pontiac's Rebellion.  

4.  Using the information in the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic, make a list of at least 5 British forts attacked by Chief Pontiac's Indian armies during Pontiac's Rebellion. 

5.  Now, watch the video about how Pontiac's Rebellion is finally ended.  You should also reexamine the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic.   In your LiveBinder text box, write a paragraph (5-7 sentences)
     answering the following question:

      How was chief Pontiac's Army eventually defeated by the British?  Use some of the facts you listed to support your answer. 
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Part III: Proclamation Line of 1763

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part III: Proclamation Line of 1763"

2.  Watch each of the videos about the Proclamation of 1763 below: 

           

3. You should also review the information about the Proclamation of 1763 on this website.    This website is also very useful to learn more about the Proclamation of 1763.

4.  Make a list of at least 3 facts you learned about the Proclamation of 1763 after watching the two videos. 

5.  Next, spend a few moments examining the Proclamation of 1763 Info-Graphic.  The infographic illustrates all of the information you need to learn even more about the Proclamation of 1763.

6.  Make a list of at least 5 facts you learned by examining the Proclamation of 1763 Info-Graphic in your LiveBinder text box.

7.  Now, use the PowerPoint template to create a Venn Diagram comparing the "Loyalist" and "Patriot" points of view of the Proclamation Line of 1763. 

8.  Save your completed venn diagram to your computer.  When completed, upload your venn diagram to your LiveBinder media box.  

    

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Blue Activity:
 Assignments to Complete:

Part I: Into the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part I: Into the Cumberland Gap with Daniel Boone"

2.  After the French and Indian War, many American began to move west of the Appalachian Mountains.   Americans like Daniel Boone led settlers into territory that was once French, but now was under
     English control.  Even though the map had changed however, the land was still inhabited by many Native Americans.  Native Americans did not like the way English and American settlers treated them.  The
     French had traded with them and even married into Indian families.  The England and Americans on the other hand wanted nothing to do with the Native Americans.  This set the stage for more conflict
     between the Americnas, English, and Native Americans.  This conflict was known as Pontiac's Rebellion.  Watch the short video about Daniel Boone and the first settlers into the Cumberland Gap.  

3.  Now in your LiveBinder text box, write at least 1 adjective you might use to describe Daniel Boone. 

4.  Conduct an Internet search to find an image of Daniel Boone.  Save the image to your computer.  Upload the Image to your LiveBinder textbox. 

5.  Would you like to learn even more about Daniel Boone?
 

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Part II: Pontiac's Rebellion

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part II: Pontiac's Rebellion"

2.  Watch the short entertaining video about Pontiac's Rebellion.  Make a list of at least 5 facts you learned about Pontiac's Rebellion after watching the video in your LiveBinder text box. 

3.  Next, spend a few moments examining the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic.  The infographic illustrates all of the information you need to learn even more about Pontiac's Rebellion.  

4.  Using the information in the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic, make a list of at least 3 facts you learned about Pontiac's Rebellion by examining the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic

5.  In your LiveBinder text box, answer the following question in the form of at least one complete sentence: Who was fighting during Pontiac's Rebellion?

6.  Now, look at the image of the Indian warrior in the Pontiac's Rebellion Info-Graphic.   In your LiveBinder text box, write at least 3 sentences answering the following question:

      Why do you think the Indians wore face paint into battle during Pontiac's Rebellion?
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Part III: Proclamation Line of 1763

1.  Type the following title into your LiveBinder text box: "Part III: Proclamation Line of 1763"

2.  Watch each of the videos about the Proclamation of 1763 below: 

           

3.  You should also review the information about the Proclamation of 1763 on this website.    This website is also very useful to learn more about the Proclamation of 1763.

4.  Now use the information you learned about in the videos to compose your own definition of the term "Proclamation Line of 1763." 

5.  Next, conduct an Internet search to find the official definition of the "Proclamation Line of 1763."  Write the official definition in your LiveBinder text box. 

6.  Now, spend a few moments examining the Proclamation of 1763 Info-Graphic.  The infographic illustrates all of the information you need to learn even more about the Proclamation of 1763.

7.  Make a list of at least 3 facts you learned by examining the Proclamation of 1763 Info-Graphic in your LiveBinder text box.

8.  Discuss the facts you discovered with your group.  Make a list of at least 2 reasons why Americans like Daniel Boone wanted to move west after the French and Indian War. 
  

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