Read 5.4, 5.6: Describe in your own words the purpose of the Townshend and Tea Acts. Critical Thinking: Explain how one lead to the other.
Read 5.5; 5.6: Critical Thinking: Explain how acts of protest get their point across and how they go horribly wrong. Use the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party as part of your evidence.
Activity: Add the following items to your flowchart: Boston Tea Party, Townshend Acts, Tea Acts, & Boston Massacre. Place these in their proper sequence.
8th period (Wednesday half-day):
Student Talk: What are the purposes of an introduction, main body and conclusion in an essay?
• Listen to the read-through of the story. What is the story’s main point? What parts of the story do you most remember?
• Read each section. For each section, write a one sentence summary of the main idea. List the examples that support each main idea. (What strategies will you use to help your reading comprehension?)
Practice test for the new Smarter Assessments.