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  • Topic:Unit 2: Exploration and Colonization
  • Subject(s):Social Studies
  • Days:23
  • Grade(s):7
Key Learning: Major factors effected the settlement of the French and English colonies in North America. The factors of geography, cultures, economics, and politics helped these settlements develop into unique colonies.
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How did geography, cultures, economics, and politics influence the development of the French and English colonies in North America?
   
Concept: Geography Influenced Colonial Settlement Patterns
Concept: Different Economic, Social and Political Roots
Concept: Colonial Regions Differences and Similarities
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What role did geograpy play in settlement patterns? (A)
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What were the economic, social and political roots of colonial settlements? (A)
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What are the similarities and differences between the New England, Middle and Southern colonies? (A)
Concept: The effects of colonization in North America?
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What were the political and social effects of colonization in North America? (ET)
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  • transportation -
  • subsistence farming -
  • export -
  • import -
  • plantation -
  • agriculture -
  • Northwest Passage -
  • mercantilism -
  • cash crop -
  • imperialism -
  • import -
  • colony -
  • representative government -
  • export -
  • joint stock/corporate colony -
  • joint stock -
  • proprietor -
  • proprietor colony -
  • democracy -
  • corporate -
  • royal colony -
  • parent country -
  • raw materials -