PlayPosit Recording - Aug 26, 2018 6:25 pm

PlayPosit Recording - Aug 26, 2018 6:25 pm 


380 Views | Preview 

30 Video Interactions 

  1. 00:00:21 

    Why did Parliament pass the Stamp Act


    • they were extremely greedy and just wanted more money 

    • they signed a treaty with the Native Americans hoping that this would help them fight against the colonists 

    • The king wanted more money so that he could be ready for war 

    • Parliament thought that the colonies should have to pay for the army that was protecting them from Native Americans 


  2. 00:00:21 

    Which of the following best explains why there was tension between the British soldiers and the American colonists prior to the Boston Massacre 


    • Both groups believed they owned the rights to the Ohio River Valley, but only British colonists were allowed to establish colonies there

    • The British were unlawfully imprisoning American colonists for practicing religions other than the Church of England 

    • The American colonists opposed the unfair treatment of Native American groups by the British 

    • The American colonists were frustrated over British policies of taxing without representation and the forced quartering of troops 


  3. 00:01:15 

    Be sure to make sure that you are spelling the words correctly and that they have correct capitalization 



  4. 00:01:20 

    It is the third week of school and we've already learned a lot in  class. We started learning about both positive and negative reasons why people   to America. People were motivated to leave England and move to the Americas for  freedom and  opportunity. In other words, they were hoping to be free to practice their religion and that they would make a lot more money and find land than what was available in England. Remember,  were already living on the land. 


    • history  
    • migrated 
    • Religious 
    • economic 
    • Native  

  5. 00:01:52 

    Remember- the subject is the topic (who or what) of a sentence. The predicate is a verb that tells us something about the sentence. Check out these examples. 

    Examples of Predicates of Sentences

    Here are some examples of predicates. In each example, the predicate of the sentence is underlined and the verb in the predicate is in bold.

    • Elvis lives.
    • Adam lives in Bangor.
    • The telegram contained exciting news.
    • The girls in our office are experienced instructors.
    • They are experienced instructors, who acquired their experience in France.


  6. 00:01:52 

    Sentence 1 subject:  

    Sentence 1 predicate:  

    Sentence 2 subject:  

    Sentence 2 predicate:  

    Sentence 3 subject:  

    Sentence 3 predicate:  


    • Push factors  
    • are reasons for moving to a new place 
    • The Middle Passage  
    • was the trade of slaves from Africa to the Americas  
    • pull factor 
    • is a job opportunity  

  7. 00:02:11 

    Remember, make sure you have spelled everything correctly before you submit 



  8. 00:02:13 

    1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  10.  



    • Mercantilism  
    • American History  
    • Sourcing  
    • Geography 
    • Taxes  
    • Quartering Act  
    • Colonial Regions 
    • Stamp Act  
    • Intolerable Acts 
    • Tyranny 

  9. 00:03:06 

    What does it mean to have common sense? What is an example of having common sense? 



  10. 00:04:09 

    What is the "big debate" still happening in the colonies? 



  11. 00:05:30 

    What is Thomas Paine's overall thesis or argument? What does he believe colonists need? 



  12. 00:05:56 

    What does Paine argue is the best form of government? Why? 



  13. 00:06:54 

    What is the impact of Common Sense? 



  14. 00:08:07 

    What was Common Sense? What was the impact of Common Sense? 



  15. 00:08:21 

    What to do you think that the 1st paragraph is means? Summarize it in 1-2 sentences.



  16. 00:08:50 

    What to do you think that the 2nd paragraph is means? Summarize it in 1-2 sentences.



  17. 00:09:33 

    Summarize the 3rd paragraph 



  18. 00:09:36 

    Summarize the 4th paragraph 




  19. 00:10:17 

    What destroys the equality of men? 



  20. 00:10:17 

    What is oppression the result of? 



  21. 00:11:00 

    What distinctions does he make in the second paragraph? (Hint, there are 3) 



  22. 00:11:01 

    What throws mankind into confusion? 



  23. 00:11:01 

    Make a prediction: do Kings cause happiness or Misery? Why? 



  24. 00:12:10 

    Paine states that there was a time when there were no Kings. What was the result of these Kingless societies? 



  25. 00:12:10 

    What throws mankind into confusion? 



  26. 00:12:47 

    What is his goal for common sense, this pamphlet?



  27. 00:13:00 

    What effect did Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense have on colonial leaders? 


    • It caused them to reject Enlightenment Ideas

    • It inspired them to challenge British Authority 

    • It explained to them the good sense of monarchy

    • It persuaded them to modify British laws 


  28. 00:13:00 

    Thomas Paine's common Sense is an important work because it ... 


    • Helped Americans reconcile their differences with England 

    • Persuaded Americans that no reconciliation with Britain was possible 

    • Supported the concept of the English constitution 

    • Argued that Parliament, not the King, was the enemy 


  29. 00:13:00 

    Who were the Sons of Liberty? 


    • Colonists who wanted to block ALL colonial trade with Britain 

    • Colonists who wanted a monopoly on the British tea trade 

    • Colonists who wanted seats in the British Parliament 

    • Colonial anti-British protestors 


  30. 00:13:15 

    Based on all of the sources and your knowledge of social studies, what was the goal of Common Sense? Use evidence and examples from the text (at least 2) in order to justify your answer. 



Click here to preview, use, or make a copy of this interactive video lesson plan (bulb).