Contribution of Key Groups to the English Colonies

Contribution of Key Groups to the English Colonies

Author: Josh Arnold

Students can identify key groups (women, children, Native Americans, and African Americans) and their contributions in the colonies of America. 

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Advanced Organizer for Key Groups

Overview of the key groups and how they contributed to society and culture in the colonies.

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Source: Josh Arnold

Key Terms

Key terms from each video in this tutorial

Source: Josh Arnold, Quizlet

Video Questions


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Source: Josh Arnold

Crash Course "The Native and the English"

Summary of Jamestown and Powhatan interactions and Plymouth and Wampanoag interactions

Source: Crash Course series

The Wampanoag

Source: Josh Arnold

Crash Course "The Quakers, the Dutch, and the Ladies"

Crash Course video discussing the different groups in the colonies.

Source: Crash Course series

Discovery Education Video-Middle Passage

Source: Assignment Discovery