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  1. Friday, Nov. 14 1. Update your table of contents Date Title Entry # 11/9 Boston Tea party reading summary/questions 51 11/10 The Road to Lexington and Concord worksheet 52 11/14 Declaring Independence worksheet 53 11/14 Chapter 6 and 7 Vocabulary/People 54 11/15 Common Sense notes 55 3. Turn to entry 54 (Chapter 6 and 7 Vocabulary)

  2. Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence • Categorizing

  3. Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence • Categorizing

  4. Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence • Categorizing

  5. Battle of Bunker Hill http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaAIk6ydRwg

  6. Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence • Categorizing

  7. Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence • Categorizing

  8. Chapter 6/Section 4: Declaring Independence • Categorizing

  9. Common Sense http://www.gamequarium.org/cgi-bin/search/linfo.cgi?id=12303

  10. Entry 55 Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence Common Sense

  11. Entry 56 Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence Common Sense When: *Common Sense was written in Jan. 1776

  12. Entry 56 Why: * Parliament didn’t have the right to make laws for the colonies. *Kings are corrupt *Economically, we could survive w/out England Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence Common Sense When: *Common Sense was written in Jan. 1776

  13. Entry 56 Why: *Parliament didn’t have the right to make laws for the colonies. *Kings are corrupt *Economically, we could survive w/out England Who: *Thomas Paine was an immigrant from England. *He was asked to write an essay urging independence Common Sense When: *Common Sense was written in Jan. 1776 Significance: This pamphlet sold many colonists on the idea of independence.