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Colonial Life Assessment
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by Landon Roberts
| 21 Questions
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1
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for English Bill of Rights.
2
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for rebelled .
3
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for Magna Carta.
4
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for Restored
5
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for Leisure.
6
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for Rights.
7
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for The Great Awakening.
8
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for Parliament.
9
1 pt
Write the number of the correct definition for Contract.
10
1 pt
Use 6 of the vocabulary words in a story. All words must make sense in the story relating to their correct definition and use. BOLD and CAPITALIZE your words
11
1 pt
During the 1700s, most colonists lived ...
on a family farm
in the big city
in the wilderness
On the moon
12
1 pt
What percentage of people lived on small family farms?
13
1 pt
What was an effect of Magna Carta in England?
It limited the power of the king
It established a democratic government
It allowed Parliament to impose taxes
It established a Bill of Rights for the citizens
14
1 pt
What was the location of most large colonial cities?
In the forest
Next to a water front
In Indian territory
In the mountains.
15
1 pt
What was a main goal of education for students in the New England colonies?
to be able to read the Bible
to become political leaders
to be prepared to attend college
to become wealthy landowners
16
1 pt
The Middle Passage refers to
the ocean crossing of the slaves
the route taken to reach New York
a step in climbing the social ladder
a system of trade between the colonies
17
1 pt
In the 1700s, which colonies required public education?
The Southern Colonies
The middle Colonies
The New England Colonies
The siddle colonies
18
1 pt
Which of these shows the chronological order of the founding of these concepts?
Parliament, English Bill of Rights, Magna Carta, Great Awakening
Magna Carta, Great Awakening, English Bill of Rights, Parliament
English Bill of Rights, Parliament, Magna Carta
Magna Carta, Parliament, English Bill of Rights, Great Awakening
19
1 pt
Which of the following is true about colonial marriage and families?
Most colonists married in their 20s.
Colonial families were usually large.
Family members took care of each other.
all of the above
20
1 pt
Give an example of one type of leisure activity colonists might have been involved in.
21
1 pt
Follow the directions to complete the item below. Suppose you recently moved to the colonies from England. You want to write a letter to your family in England describing your life in the colonies. In your letter, do the following: • Focus on daily activities, including work, leisure, and family. (Decide whether you live in the city or on a farm.) • Include your views on recent news in the colonies regarding public education and slavery. • Ask questions of your family regarding the English Bill of Rights and the work of Parliament. Also make sure to convey your ideas clearly, using standard English.
Rubric (you must earn a two or three to be considered a correct answer) Scoring Rubric 3 Student completes all three parts of the task. Ideas are clearly stated, supported by details, and demonstrate command of standard English conventions. 2 Student responds to most or all parts of the task. Ideas may lack details or not be clearly stated. 1 Student responds to at least one part of the task. Ideas may contain factual or grammatical errors and may lack details. 0 Response does not match the task or is incorrect.

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