Specialization and Interdependence in the Colonies
Specialization and Interdependence in the Colonies by Mrs. Brown & Ms. Strassner Lets Review Natural Resources Something that is found in nature and is valuable to humans (minerals, water, forests, animals etc.) Human Resources People who hold jobs. Human Resources are people like fishermen, craftspeople, or store owners Capital Resources Human made goods such as lumber, tools, ships, or even the buildings where people work New Vocabulary Specialization When people focus on producing one type of good or service based on their resources SOURCE: http://www.google.com/imgres?start=136&num=10&hl=en&tbo=d&rlz=1C1RNKB_enUS490US490&biw=1366&bih=677&tbm=isch&tbnid=v63sM538fMOzoM:&imgrefurl=http://dramadramaduck.dreamwidth.org/tag/the%2Bonce-ler&docid=-VEpaDlA9oge8M&imgurl=http://i.imgur.com/rFgkP.png&w=500&h=261&ei=gZ66UKKXIsbL2QWT74DgBg&zoom=1&iact=hc&vpx=12&vpy=412&dur=418&hovh=144&hovw=251&tx=121&ty=157&sig=113204285154376629129&page=5&tbnh=131&tbnw=210&ndsp=36&ved=1t:429,r:36,s:100,i:112 New Vocabulary Inter = Between Interdependence
Dependence = To rely on someone or When two or more people depend on each something other for goods and services What make do the cand rs y make depend o n Reese s Cup to s? How does Specialization effect Interdependence Team A Specializes in making Loopty Loops Team A needs Widgets, but are unable to make them because they dont have the resources, so they get their Widgets from Team B Team B Team B needs Loopty
Loops, but they dont have the right resources either. So, Team B gets their Loopty Loops from Team A. Specializes in making Widgets How did climate, geographic features, and other available resources distinguish the three regions from each other? What are the benefits of specialization and trade? d i d How e s u e l p o pe l
a r u t a n the s e c r u o s e r r i e h t of o t n regio a n r ea On your blank map of the colonies, label the 13 colonies. iesMiddl
n o l o C e Co uthern loni es d n a gl n tts E e s u h w iesssac pshire a Ne oM n m l Co New Ha sland eI Rhod cticut e Conn New
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d ical features an ph ra g eo g e th n Based o man atural and hu n t ha w , te s a im cl ngland Colonie E w e N e th d di resources have?
SNATURAL RESOURCE timber fish deep harbors HUMAN RESOURCES n skilled craftsme shopkeeper s ipbuilder sh CAsPITAL RESOURCES l too s buildin gs - New England Colonies
Clima te : Moder ate Summ Cold W ers inters Geography: Appalachian Mountains Boston Harbor Hilly Terrain Rocky Soil Jagged Coastline Social Life: Villages and churches were centers of life Made-up of religious reformers and separatists Civic Life: (politics) Town Meetings New England Specialized in: Fishing Shipbuiliding Naval Supplies Metal Tools & Equipment
Specialization Specialization & & Interdependence Interdependence New England Colonies The New England colonies depended on the Mid-Atlantic Colonies for livestock and grains. The New England colonies depended on the Southern colonies for crops like tobacco, rice, cotton, and indigo, as well as forest products such as lumber, tar, & pitch. New England Colonies n Bosto r Harbo ie Mov Discovery Education Making of the Thirteen Colonies: New England
Colonies - The Economy of the New England Colonies Use your atlas Based on the geog raphical features and climate, what na tural and huma n resources did th e Mid-Atlantic Col onies have? Natural Resourc es Rich Farmland s Rivers Human Resourc es Skilled & Unsk illed Workers Fishermen Capital Resourc es Tools Buildings Mid-Atlantic
Colonies Mid-Atlantic Colonies Geography: Appalachian Mountains Coastal Lowlands Harbors Bays Wide and Deep Rivers Climat e: Mild W inters Moder ate Cli mate e: f i L l Socia s Citie d n ges a Diverse a
l l i V and s d e i r Va Lifestyle ions elig R ) e s r litics e o v p i ( D s Life: Civic rket Tow Ma n Specialization Specialization
& & Interdependence Interdependence The Mid-Atlantic colonies depended on the New England colonies for metal tools and equipment. Mid-Atlantic Colonies Mid-Atlantic Colonies Specialized in: Livestock Grains Fish The Mid-Atlantic colonies depended on the Southern colonies for tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, and forest products like lumber, tar, & pitch. Discovery Education Making the Thirteen Colonies Mid-Atlantic Colonies -The Middle Colonies From Colonies to Constitution: The American Colonies -The Middle Colonies Farm in Pennsylvania n si
e tim City l nia ork o l Co ew Y N Inde pen Phi dence lade lphi Hall, a Southern Colonies Use your atlas d ical features an ph ra g eo g e th n Based o man atural and hu
n t ha w , te a im cl ern Colonies th u o S e th d di resources have? SNATURAL RESOURCE fertile nds farmla rivers harbor s N RESOURCES HUMA -
ers fanrm n e slaved Africa Americans CAPITAL RESOURCES l too s buildin gs Southern Colonies Climate: ate m i l C d i m u H s Mild Winter rs
Hot Summe Social Life: Plantations, Slavery, Mansions, Indentured Servants, Church of England Fewer Cities Fewer Schools Civic Life: (politics) Counties Geography: Appalachian Mountains Atlantic Coastal Plain Good Harbors Rivers Specialization Specialization & & Interdependence Interdependence The Southern colonies depended on the New England colonies for manufactured goods including metal tools and equipment. The Southern colonies depended on the Mid-Atlantic colonies for grains and other
agricultural products that were not plentiful in the South Southern Colonies Specialized in: Tobacco Rice Cotton Indigo Forest Products Lumber, Tar, and Pitch Southern Colonies Savannah, Georgia Southern Colonies Charleston, South Carolina Lets Review As a pod, discuss the 3 questions that we explored. Be prepared to share your answers! ographic
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