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  1. page Frederick edited ... by Leo Lionni Questions The Nature of Community & Work Do you think Frederick is worki…
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    The Nature of Community & Work
    Do you think Frederick is working?
    Does work have to be hard? Why or why not?
    Is thinking work?
    What makes a community?
    Try to think of some communities you are a part of. How do you know they are communities?
    Your school is a community and everybody contributes something to it. The mice have a community, too, and everyone is contributing something. What and how do the mice contribute?
    Does everybody have to do his or her part in a community?
    What does Frederick contribute?
    Frederick is a part of the mouse community. Does Frederick deserve to get some of the food even though he didn’t gather any of it?
    Do you think it’s fair that he gets some of the food? Why or why not?
    The Value of Work
    Do you think Frederick’s work was worth as much as the other mice’s work? Why or why not?
    If something is not important or not as important does that mean it’s not work?
    Can they both be equally important, but in different ways? What are the differences?
    What would have happened to the mice if Frederick hadn’t written poetry?

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Sunday, October 29

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Wednesday, October 11

  1. page French and Indian War & Proclamation of 1763 edited ... Great Britain won three new countries. Name of Event Here-What happened?What happened? The …
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    Great Britain won three new countries.
    Name of Event Here-What happened?What happened?
    The French and Indian War was part ofBoth the Seven Years' War (a long-lasting conflict between Great Britain and France)
    A border between
    French and the British territory was not well defined and they foughtlaid claim to claim the landOhio River valley. (Cause)
    The French triedstarted to make a peace treaty with Great Britain
    Great Britain refused
    build forts to agreeprotect their claim to the peace treaty and wanted all of Canada and some companies that belongedland.
    The British started
    to Francebuild their own fort, which was immediately seized by the French. The French then named the fort Fort Duquesne.
    The kingGovernor of Spain made an agreementVirginia sent a militia led by George Washington to declare war if Britain hadn't ended the warreclaim Fort Duquesne. Washington set up his own fort near Fort Duquesne which was attacked by May 1st, 1762the French. Washington was forced to surrender.
    The French decided they wantedcontinued to capture many British forts, and had early success in the war.
    The turning point came when William Pitt became Prime Minister. Pitt was a great military planner, and sent many more troops
    to still fight in the war but failedwar.
    The defeat of the French in North America came to an end when the British conquered Quebec
    and Montreal.
    The war finally came to an end with the Treaty of Paris in 1763.
    Native Americans started to carry out raids on the colonies because of the way Britain was treating them. This led to the Proclamation of 1763, that said colonists couldn’t cross the Appalachian Mountains.
    The war left
    Great Britain seizedwith large amounts of debt, so they started taxing the Caribbean Islands, Cuba, andcolonies to help pay for the Philippines.
    French
    war. Anger towards the new taxes and Spanish diplomats wanted peace and made the Treaty of Paris/the Proclamation of 1763 led to the start of the American Revolution. (Effect)
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    Name of Event Here-Why did it happen? (causes)Why did it happen? (causes)
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    Ohio River valleyValley instead of discussing it with each other
    The French
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    on the landOhio River valley to attack each other
    They started to stage small attacks on each other’s forts
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    small attacks escalated into a full-on warwere the cause of the French and Indian war.
    Name of Event Here-Why is this considered an important event?Why is this considered an important event?
    France and Spain gave the Caribbean, Cuba, and the Philippines to Great Britain.
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    events were effectedaffected by this
    The American Revolution
    The Intolerable actsActs
    Stamp Act
    Townshend Act
    Name of Event Here-I Wonder Questions (and answers)I Wonder Questions (and answers) - Make sure each partner has at least 2 of their own questions and answers.
    Jaren:
    What timeperiod did the frenchFrench and indianIndian war take place in.in?
    The French and Indian War, fought between Britain and France in North America between 1756 and 1763
    Why is the war also referred to as the seven years war.
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    When a french rejected the demand of Virginian Mayor, George Washington to withdraw from the Ohio Region.
    The English forces were not successful so in 1756 when William Pitt was appointed as British Secretary of State, the tide of war completely changed in the favor of the British forces as the British government sent more forces and ammunition for its colonial forces in North America
    The English forces were not successful but in 1756 when William Pitt was appointed as British Secretary of State, the tide of war completely changed in the favor of the British forces as the British government sent more forces and ammunition for its colonial forces in North America
    The Treaty of Paris of 1763 ended the French-Indian War
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