A Society Knit as One: The Puritans, Algonkians, and Roger Williams (NH117Print)

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A Society Knit as One: The Puritans, Algonkians, and Roger Williams
A reproducible, document-based teaching unit

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NH117 is the printed format

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Lessons explore the Puritans’ attempt to create a utopian community in New England. The first lesson considers the religious values, goals, and political beliefs which animated the Puritan experiment. The second lesson examines daily life and the way children were raised. The third lesson studies the region’s original inhabitants, the Narragansetts, and their interactions with the Puritans. The final lesson introduces students to the Massachusetts Bay Colony’s local government, which offered important antecedents for representative government.

Grades 5-8

Lessons:

Lesson 1: The “City on the Hill”
Lesson 2: The Fifth Commandment: “Honor thy Father and thy Mother”
Lesson 3: A Heart Sensible of Kindness
Lesson 4: The Wisest Invention


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