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People in the New Georgia Colony

SS8H2 b.
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Angela Brazell

on 5 September 2014

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Transcript of People in the New Georgia Colony

Standard
Group Assignments
Where to find your information
1) Big Book 121-124 and Little Book 66-67
2) Big Book 125 and Little Book 64-65
3) Big Book 124 and Little Book 56-57
4) Big Book 124-125
5) Big Book 125-126
6) Big Book 127-128
1) Salzburgers
2) Highland Scots
3) Malcontents
4) War of Jenkins's Ear
5) Battle of Bloody Marsh
6) The end of the Dream
SS8H2 The student will analyze the colonial period of Georgia's history.
b. Evaluate the Trustee period of Georgia's colonial history, emphasizing the role of the Salzburgers, Highland Scots, malcontents, and the Spanish threat from Florida.
People in the New
Georgia Colony

Essential Question
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Who were some of the important
individuals and groups during
the Trustee period?
Come to Georgia Video
Find 1 reason settlers would want to come to Georgia
Conclusion
Video Log
Daily Life in Georgia
Video Log
Salzburgers
"The Stone of Help"
Video Log
Highland Scots
Video Log
Malcontents
Record 2 Facts
Record 2 Facts
Record 3 Facts
Video Log
Mary Musgrove
Record 2 Facts
Music to Work to
Antonio Salieri's Concerti for Piano
Bell Ringers
1) Why was Mary Musgrove important to Oglethorpe?

2) What rules did the Trustees have to follow?

3) What rules did the colonists have to follow?

4) Identify 3 things/people which were not allowed in Georgia and explain why.
Record at least 2 facts.
Agenda
Opening: "Come to Georgia" Video

Work Session: ~ Georgia Traveler
~ Video Logs

Closing: "Daily Life in Georgia" Video
Georgia Traveler Rules
1) Read alone
2) Answer your questions as a group

(everyone's answers must be the same)
3) Select a traveler
4) Travelers give information first
5) Only one group member gives the traveler
their information
http://www.gpb.org/georgiastories/stories/mary_musgrove
http://www.gpb.org/georgiastories/story/stone_of_help
http://www.gpb.org/georgiastories/story/scottish_highlanders
http://www.gpb.org/georgiastories/stories/daily_life_in_georgia
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